The 360 Program


Our full-service offering provides in-person anti-harassment workshops for staff and managers tailored to the specific workplace, using interactive, skills-based techniques that focus on building a shared workplace culture of respect. This compliance workshop features bystander intervention and civility training, both of which are recommended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Select Task Force on Harassment in the Workplace.

Workshops for staff focus on building a culture of respect, understanding what to do and what not to do based on organizational policies, and speaking up about uncivil behavior.

If you are a New York State employer, this program can be tailored to comply with New York State’s new mandatory harassment training law.


  1. Intake Interview

    Before every workshop, we conduct an initial assessment to address the particular issues of your organization. This discussion typically takes place with a head of Human Resources or Chief Operating Officer. In this meeting, we will:

    • Administer an anonymous survey to identify staff concerns on workplace harassment, deliver report to management

    • Review extant anti-harassment policies and procedures

    • Propose recommendations for your existing processes

    • Review historical and known issues within the organization

    • Assess current training methods and material

  2. Policies and Procedures

    With the information gathered during our intake interview, we will create policies and procedures that are custom to your workplace. These policies and procedures are key components of the training program, as they convey the organization’s commitment to preventing and addressing harassment. We consult with senior management on organizational practices that will support and reinforce a safe and inclusive workplace culture through systems of accountability. Additionally, we will advise on internal anti-harassment communications strategies to reinforce the goal of preventing harassment as a business priority.

  3. Workshop Features
    Our workshops for staff and for managers include role plays, case studies, discussions and other interactive features for an effective learning experience. We’ll cover the following:

    Workplace Civility and Respect (What to do)

    • Participants engage in process to discuss and share concepts of civility and respect in the workplace

    • Designed to engage all participants as stakeholders in workplace culture of respect

    Inappropriate Behavior (What not to do)

    • FAQs about unlawful harassment (bases of harassment, basis for employer liability)

    • What constitutes unwelcome and offensive conduct based on protected categories

    • Role plays/case studies tailored to specific workplace environment on both subtle and severe instances of harassment

    Shared Culture of Respect

    • Speaking up: upstanding after learning about/seeing problem behavior

    • Bystander intervention strategies that work

    • Effective communication on unwelcome conduct

    • Role plays and commitment to engage

    Organizational Policies and Procedures

    • Review anti-harassment policy, including anti-retaliation provision, responsibility to report, proportionate discipline policy

    • Discuss reporting procedures for organization

    Management-specific workshops include, in addition to all of the items featured above:

    • The manager/supervisor’s responsibilities upon learning of possibly unlawful acts

    • How to receive a complaint and handle the complaint process

    • Managing requests for confidentiality

    • In-depth review of organizational procedures, particularly obligations of managers to report

    • Early intervention to address inappropriate behavior

    Number of sessions will be determined by size of your organization. Our preference is to have no more than 30 staff members in a single workshop so as to ensure we can work directly with each attendee. Workshops run approximately 4 hours.  

    Larger organizations often seek assistance in support of affinity groups. We are happy to custom tailor our program in support of this or help you create resource groups within your organization.

  4. Follow Ups

    After the workshop, Mariana Strategies will provide a comprehensive review and report on the key themes of a respectful workplace that matter to your staff and management (gathered through workshops).  We will check in periodically to debrief on any harassment issues or complaints that have coming in since completion of the program, and advise as needed on course of action.

Schedule a consultation to discuss your needs.