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Respect in the Workplace

  • 21 Sep 2017
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • The Employers Association 3020 W Arrowood Rd., Charlotte, NC 28273
  • 18


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Geoffrey Scheer

Volunteers from ATD Charlotte will perform scenes along with Access Communications' Managing Director Geoffrey Scheer depicting situations of discrimination and harassment. The audience will then be invited to suggest ways the various situations can best be handled, and alternative behaviors will be demonstrated and evaluated. Each scenario will be followed by guided audience discussion to underscore the lessons learned and provide ideas for alternative methods of training.

About  Geoffrey Scheer:

Geoffrey Scheer began his training career with Access Communications in 2004, playing the role of "George" in sessions conducted across the country for leading Fortune 500 companies. Prior to becoming Access' Managing Director, Geoffrey enjoyed a successful career in the performing arts as an actor, director, playwright and producer. He was the founder of the theater company Write Club NYC and Company Manager for the award-winning musical comedy troupe The Water Coolers. As a playwright, Geoffrey's works have been published by Samuel French, reviewed in the New York Times and performed in theaters and colleges across the country.

5:00 - Networking

5:45 - Dinner

6:45 - Speaker

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