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On March 12 and 13, 2018, the New Museum organized four workshops on sexual harassment for cultural workers. Read some of the takeaways.
In light of recent, widespread allegations of sexual misconduct in every sector, the New Museum is organizing a series of four workshops in order to provide tools, support, and guidance for both leaders and workers in the arts to combat sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. Arts workers of all genders are encouraged to attend. Each session will start with a twenty-minute introduction followed by an interactive workshop. Sessions are limited to 100 participants. Each session is $5 to attend. The workshops are organized by Lisa Phillips, Toby Devan Lewis Director, with Johanna Burton, Keith Haring Director and Curator of Education and Public Engagement; Margot Norton, Curator; and Karen Wong, Deputy Director.
Drawing the Line
How can arts leaders set clear lines of professional conduct and uphold ethical standards of behavior in the workplace? What is crossing a line? Join management consultant Julie Kantor, who will speak about setting boundaries and fostering a culture of mutual respect.
Julie Kantor, PhD, psychologist, coach, and facilitator, serves as a trusted advisor to Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations. She facilitates leadership and organizational growth, including building diverse and productive teams. Her speciality areas include executive presence, women’s leadership and sensitivity training. She consulted on two class action discrimination cases with the Sheet Metal Union and the New York City Fire Department, helping them to create a more inclusive and respectful work environment. Kantor works with a wide range of industries including media and entertainment, architecture, consumer products, professional services, and non-profits.