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Tulsa Chapter Presents #Me Too (May 17, 2018)
DoubleTree by Hilton-Downtown Tulsa
616 W 7th St.
Tulsa, OK 74127
United States
Thursday, May 17, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CST
Category: Tulsa Chapter Events

#MeToo - Fear, Trust and the Path to Reconciliation

This program is designed to openly discuss the unintended impact, both positive and negative, that this movement has had on relationships in the workplace. Using real-life examples and best practices of proactive interactions in a gender-diverse environment, the presenters will provide insights with emphasis on trust, transparency and communication skills necessary to navigate difficult situations.  

Sample of Presentation Points:

  • #MeToo has captured attention, but some of the reactions have been of fear.  How does someone express concerns in a constructive, proactive manner?
  • #MeToo highlights that, despite gender inclusion being more accepted in society, we’re still dealing with differing levels of opportunity. What are the long-term implications for the workplace?
  • Is sexual harassment training enough?  Are there better ways of providing healthy environments that honor both women AND men?
  • Tools will be provided for individuals to hone their self-awareness and the opportunity to identify blind spots that may be unconsciously hindering relationships at work. 

Program is recommended for .5 credit in Human Resources and .5 credit in Ethics at the basic level for CPA's responsible for ensuring ethical behavior, either formally or informally, in the workplace.  Note that this program is a non-technical learning activity that contributes to the general, professional competence of a CPA.  It is the responsibility of the individual CPA to make the determination as to relevance to his/her individual practice.  

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About our presenters:

Kristi Spaethe

Rob Benson

Kristi Spaethe has over 10 years’ experience in the Human Resources field in a variety of roles and capacities. Kristi’s current role is president of The People Perspective, LLC, an HR Consulting firm helping organizations realize their Best Practices in Human Resources. Her past experience includes
companies such as QuikTrip, Solvay, NORDAM and SBS Industries.

Currently, Kristi serves as the
President of the Tulsa Area Human Resources Association and has
served in other board roles with the association since 2014.

Kristi earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a Human Resources Development option and also holds the PHR and SHRM-CP certifications.



  In his 20 years as a consultant,       Robert has delivered customized   interventions focusing on safety,   leadership and organizational   alignment. Clients have included   Helmerich & Payne IDC, Magellan   Midstream, Matrix Service Company,   Laredo Petroleum, Georgia‐Pacific, among   others.

  Robert holds the Senior Professional in   Human Resources (SPHR) certification   from the Human Resource Certification   Institute.  He has earned the
International  Association
of Facilitators Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF) and is a   former charter member of the Society for   Advancement of Consulting. He is a Certified Master Trainer of the Trouble Shooting Logic methodologies, a certified   MBTI Practitioner and an Inscape Certified DiSC Trainer.

Contact: OK Ethics Member Care Coordinator, [email protected] com, (405) 558-1996