Fifth Annual Colloquium on Abrasive Conduct in Higher Education (CACHE)
A toxic professional work environment impacts employee performance and morale – and consequently, your institution’s success. For the last four years, faculty, HR professionals, ombudspeople, labor representatives, administrators, legal counsel and researchers from over 30 higher education institutions have convened to discuss and explore best practices in addressing the problem of workplace bullying in the academic environment. This year, join us in The Championship City (Cleveland, OH) for the latest recommendations and best practices – and take some time to visit landmarks such as the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame!
Interactive discussion on how to create change at the leadership level
Sharing sample practices
Insights from acclaimed author Mary Gentile who will join us to talk about her book, “Giving Voice to Values” – empowering leaders with the skills to voice and act on their values
Recommendations regarding steps your institution could take to curtail abrasive behavior
Who should attend? Anyone who is committed to addressing the challenge of abrasive conduct in a thoughtful manner, including (but not limited to): faculty, HR professionals, ombudspeople, labor representatives, administrators, legal counsel and researchers.
Registration Information: Early Bird Registration: $550 Early Bird Deadline April 5, 2017
Regular Registration: $595
Kelly S. Jones Senior Vice President Higher Education Practice Leader SIBSON CONSULTING 1300 E. Ninth Street, Suite 1900 | Cleveland, OH 44114 Tel 216.687.4434 | Fax 216.687.4490 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org