Dr. Gregory Jantz

Addressing Inappropriate Sexual Behavior in the Workplace



While inappropriate sexualized workplaces have existed for centuries, victims now have a sympathetic platform where their grievances are not only being heard, but perpetrators are being held accountable. People, mostly men, in the highest echelons of society are taking stunning falls, and falling hard – Hollywood elite, business managers, newscasters, Congressmen, Senators, clergy members, professional athletes, and more. The disruption to businesses, institutions of trust, and indeed our societal fiber, is dramatic.

Dr. Jantz provides a powerful presentation for businesses and organizations to help them recognize inappropriate behavior, and institute measures and safeguards to greatly diminish and, ideally, remove the behavior from the workforce. For business owners and organizational leaders in the current environment, not incorporating sexual harassment training can expose them to liability.  Dr. Jantz helps them understand how a workplace environment may be unwittingly encouraging inappropriate behavior, and also how their behavior can be toxic to a work environment at best, and legally liable in the extreme.

  • Corporations
  • Organizations
  • Churches and Faith Groups
  • Non-Profits
  • Counselors and Therapists
  • Identify sexual manipulators and climbers
  • Spot danger signals in friendships about to turn sexual
  • Protect family members from relatives or acquaintances who are sexual predators
  • Know how to avoid sexual traps when advising church members
  • Avoid sexual pitfalls in professional and pastoral counseling

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Would you recognize a sexually charged relationship soon enough to avoid falling into an affair? Would you be able to help a friend, loved one, or someone you’re counseling avoid such a relationship? DR. GREGORY JANTZ