Immersive Sexual Harassment Training – The Experience

Immersive Sexual Harassment Training – The Experience

Imagine logging on for your employer’s mandatory sexual harassment training. You feel a familiar sense of dread—you’ve done it before, you know this already, and there are countless other tasks vying for your attention.

But instead of what you saw last time, you find yourself entering a captivating virtual world.  Your mission? To tackle and prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.

The challenge engrosses you, transforming what once was a mundane task into an exciting puzzle to solve. 

Before you know it, the mandated hour or two flies by. You might even continue playing, revisiting scenarios, and engaging in discussions with others who have completed the training.

Now, envision yourself as the visionary behind this transformative approach. You’ve spared thousands from experiencing harassment and prevented many more from becoming unintentional harassers. You’ve saved organizations time and money otherwise spent on resolving complaints and litigation. Your innovative training method is celebrated for its groundbreaking impact on harassment prevention.

This revolutionary game is the brainchild of an attorney with decades of experience representing victims, companies, and those accused of harassment—both innocent and guilty. Leaving the traditional practice behind, she founded Fair Measures, a Silicon Valley-based training company. With a track record of presenting thousands of corporate training programs across the US, publishing with Prentice Hall, and creating award-winning video content, she now aims to leverage the latest in video game technology and AI to deliver effective harassment prevention training at scale.

Join us in bringing this vision to life, and be part of the breakthrough that redefines sexual harassment prevention training.

Contact Makana Risser Chai, [email protected]

By R. Makana Risser Chai

Makana Risser Chai is a trainer, HR consultant and former Silicon Valley attorney who specializes in teaching courses on creating respectful workplaces by preventing harassment, bullying, disrespect, and unconscious bias.