INTERNATIONAL

Conference keynotes, NGO trainings, and international schools and universities.

COS provides training for international organizations, schools, universities, corporations, military bases, and governmental groups.  We have worked with educational institutions around the world to provide our compelling content with multi-lingual presenters informed with the cultural and legal practices of the location.

Sample Programs

Inclusivity on Gender, Race, and All Identities

Learning Outcomes:

  • Clarifying “gray areas” of sexual harassment
  • Power dynamics in the school setting or workplace
  • Appropriate boundaries with colleagues, clients, and students
  • Bias and discrimination vs. inclusivity
  • Checking personal attitudes and underlying biases

Fundamentals on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Misconduct

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand what constitutes sexual harassment vs. jokes
  • Learn the definitions of sexual misconduct, consent, and sexual assault
  • Foster a community of respect around gender
  • Know how to respond to reports of sexual misconduct
  • Gain skills for proactively addressing pornography addiction and sexting

Stress and Anxiety Management

Learning Outcomes:

  • Stress triggers and instant mitigation skills
  • Human “stress response” and antidote
  • Two minute solutions to stymie stress and anxiety
  • Daily practices for stress reduction
  • Perfectionism as a source of stress

Learning Outcomes:

  • Clarifying “gray areas” of sexual harassment
  • Power dynamics in the school setting or workplace
  • Appropriate boundaries with colleagues, clients, and students
  • Bias and discrimination vs. inclusivity
  • Checking personal attitudes and underlying biases

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand what constitutes sexual harassment vs. jokes
  • Learn the definitions of sexual misconduct, consent, and sexual assault
  • Foster a community of respect around gender
  • Know how to respond to reports of sexual misconduct
  • Gain skills for proactively addressing pornography addiction and sexting

Learning Outcomes:

  • Stress triggers and instant mitigation skills
  • Human “stress response” and antidote
  • Two minute solutions to stymie stress and anxiety
  • Daily practices for stress reduction
  • Perfectionism as a source of stress

“Please allow me to express again how pleased we were to have you on our campus. Your presentations have sparked conversation and have challenged us all to strategically think about how we approach these issues at Clemson. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and most of all . . . your story.”

Director/Title IX Coordinator

Clemson University, SC

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