Join us

For a panel discussion
on Respect

Achieving respect at work: what we've learned since #MeToo

From the boardroom to the big screen, there’s been seismic shift in the conversation around what is and isn’t acceptable at work – with last year’s #MeToo movement challenging us all to think differently about respect in the workplace.

Across the country, state legislation is being passed that will make anti-harassment training a mandatory requirement. But these solutions will have, at best, a marginal effect and could even do more harm. The knee-jerk reaction to events in Hollywood have, paradoxically, already led to unintended negative consequences for the groups of people the interventions were designed to help.

Join Mind Gym and our expert guest panelists, as we lean on research and real-life case studies to share practical advice on what to try in your own organizations, and more importantly, what to avoid when it comes to building more respectful workplaces.

Space is limited, so please fill out the form to confirm your attendance.

Key event information:

Date: Tuesday, January 29th

Time: 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Location: The Wright Restaurant (located within the Guggenheim Museum)
1071 5th Avenue, New York, NY, 10128

Please use restaurant entrance on the corner of 5th Avenue and 88th Street.

Learn more about our panelists below:

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Ph.D, Professor, Columbia University
Mary-Clare Race, Ph.D, President, Mind Gym Americas
Erica Dhawan, CEO, Cotential

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