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Virtual Cardio Dance Fitness – Live Classes

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Start your weekend with a fun, upbeat cardio dance class that will give you energy and good vibes. No dance experience is needed for this 45-minute class, which will feature a combination of easy-to-follow dance moves to pop music and body-weight toning exercises. The only equipment needed is a pair of athletic shoes, a yoga mat or towel, and water. While this class is designed to be done anywhere, we…

Overview of Harvard’s EAP Program

Zoom Virtual Webinar

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP), KGA, is a free, confidential service that provides counseling and work-life assistance to employees and adult household members. Learn how the EAP can save you stress, time and money by providing support for practical and personal issues. No problem is too big or too small, and no one will know you called. The program will cover: Overview of EAP services for: stress management, legal and…

Creating a Climate of Gender Equity and Inclusion

Zoom Virtual Webinar

This interactive workshop invites participants to reflect on their own experiences as bystanders, understand factors that contribute to gender equity in the workplace, discover opportunities to improve community climate, and develop personalized strategies to prevent sexual harassment and other sexual misconduct in the spaces where they live, learn, and work. Audience: Harvard University staff, faculty, postdocs and affiliates.

EAP Overview for Managers

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As a manager, you probably already know that Harvard’s Employee Assistance Program, KGA, is a free, confidential service that provides counseling, professional consultations and targeted research and referrals to Harvard faculty, staff and their adult household members. But did you know that KGA can be a valuable resource for you as a manager? In addition to consulting with HR, speaking with a licensed, experienced KGA counselor provides an objective viewpoint…

The Intersection of Power, Privilege, and Oppression

Zoom Virtual Webinar

The Intersection of Power, Privilege, and Oppression offers a critical look at how these concepts have influenced Harvard since its inception and how they affect the experiences of Black folx and other marginalized groups. Participants will learn historical significance and explore their personal proximity to power, privilege, and oppression through various facets of their identity. This workshop addresses workplace scenarios and provides action steps toward creating a more culturally sensitive…