Corporate Training

The Access Communications Approach

Booking with Access Communications means going beyond mere compliance. Our training programs leave a lasting impression on our audiences and foster cultures of respect in the workplace.


Forgoing the stale videos and tired PowerPoint presentations, Access brings professional actors right to your business. These actors dramatize real-life situations of discrimination, harassment and other business issues, while an experienced facilitator guides the audience toward compassionate understanding and effective resolutions of each scenario.


Sessions are typically 90 minutes in length and can be conducted multiple times a day (for maximum effect, it's recommended that the number of attendees per session be around 35).  Presentations will be customized to fit your organization and its particular needs.


The programs are presented with drama, humor and good taste and keep the audience of employees engaged and focused on the learning topics throughout the session. Reactions during the programs, and post-program evaluations by audience and HR staff, are consistently enthusiastic.


Scenarios that we've presented include:


Who's On the Team?

Dangers of thinking in stereotypes

Under the Bus

Workplace fears and the culture of blame shifting

The Meeting

The sometimes invisible woman

Under Pressure

Bullying and intimidation by supervisors

Too Old?

Age discrimination and perceptions of older workers

When is a Compliment Not a Compliment?

Direct verbal harassment and hostile work environment

In the Elevator

Indirect verbal harassment

Turning the Tables

Inappropriate behavior is not gender specific

Asking For a Date

Quid pro quo

Email

Dangers of technology

Roommate

Sexual orientation and privacy

Not Invited

Excluding those who are different

Wheelchair Bound

Working with people with disabilities

Who Flies?

Work/life balance issues

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