Leadership Education Institute

Educate Your Team Today. Avoid the Headaches Later.

HRW’s Leadership Education Institute (LEI) helps employers approach the many issues faced in the workplace in a proactive and educated manner.  The LEI consists of a wide range of courses designed to help employers stay in compliance with labor and employment laws and teach employers how to avoid or resolve workplace disputes before they become problematic.  Courses offered through the LEI cover many important topics, ranging from improving supervisory skills, to wage and hour compliance, to recognizing and avoiding sexual harassment, to creating union awareness, to preventing workplace violence.

The courses are taught by experienced and knowledgeable attorneys who work with clients across various industry sectors.  Each course provides practical teaching points tailored to the client’s specific needs. These sessions are highly interactive, and attendees learn through role-play techniques, hands-on practice, and roundtable discussion.  Attendees receive useful reference materials to take back to their offices for use in the future.

Through the LEI HRW has educated leaders in corporations, leading non-profits, manufacturers, technology companies, utility companies, health care organizations, colleges and universities and family-owned businesses.

For a full list of the courses offered through the Leadership Education Institute, check out the brochure here.  The LEI accommodates groups of any size and is not limited to the courses listed, as new courses are added based on client need and emerging trends.

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