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Supervisor Training Sessions

These sessions offer a wide range of employment topics for all supervisors and aspiring supervisors of any private or public organization. This series will provide critical skills and insights to creating a workplace where employees are invested in the Company and its mission, where employees enjoy coming to work, and also will help reducing legal liability and turnover. The lessons will build upon one another, starting with foundational skills for organizational culture and ending with more advanced topics such as diversity, equity and inclusion, implicit bias, and preventing and responding to workplace conduct.

This training series will be led by dynamic and engaging speakers who will provide hands on, engaging, and practical insights and solutions to these difficult topics that cannot often be found in traditional annual training programs.

Session 1 | Thursday, June 1, 2023

Culture and Co-Creation in the Workplace with Shawn Moore

This session will help attendees develop and understand the importance of a Company’s mission statement and how culture impacts the alignment of people and organization. Attendees will learn how to spread a strong culture throughout their organization by creating shared values, communicating values effectively, developing workplace team spirit, and much more.

Session 2 | Thursday, August 24, 2023

Navigating Cultural Diversity with Shawn Moore

During this session, attendees will learn how to bring thoughtful ideas and perspectives to the conversation of inclusivity within an organization by understanding implicit social cognition, world views, enculturation, and communication processes. Attendees will leave with a framework for promoting genuine diversity that achieves equity and inclusion across all levels of an organization.

Session 3 | Thursday, October 12, 2023

Preventing, Responding to, and Addressing Workplace Misconduct: Promoting a Culture of Respect with Fran Sepler

Attendees will learn how to create a respectful and psychologically safe environment for employees, the continuum of workplace conduct from incivility to unlawful behavior and its importance, as well as implicit bias and how to mitigate and respond in terms of hiring, promotion and evaluation.

Who Should Attend?

Current or aspiring supervisors of any organization, public or private

Session Type:

In-person training. Lunch included - please notify us of dietary restrictions.


Choose to attend the sessions a la carte or all three for a reduced rate.

Credits - HRCI Approved 6 Credit Hours per session

The use of this official seal confirms that this Activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval. 

Cancellation Policy:

  • Full refund available, 60+ days prior to the event.
  • 50% refund available 59-30 days prior to the event.
  • No refunds will be made 29 days prior to the event.
  • Exceptions apply to 3-course bundle


Date & Time

Thursday, Jun 1, 2023 - Thursday, Oct 12, 2023
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
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The Pavilion at Lake Elmo
8511 Hudson Blvd
Lake Elmo, MN 55042


Choose to attend the sessions a la carte or all three for a reduced rate. If your organization would like to send more than five employees to attend all three sessions, there is a discount of $25 per attendee.

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Lida Bannink

Lida is a shareholder and head of our Labor & Employment and Workplace Investigation practice groups. Lida places an emphasis on counseling public and private organizations in managing the complex web of laws and regulations to support entities human resource needs.

Shawn Moore

Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Dr. Shawn Moore is part the Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion for Eckberg Lammers. He has 20 years of professional experience in the field of Cultural Competency, Conflict Resolution, and Community Engagement. He holds a Doctorate in Ministry and Reconciliation from United Theological Seminary, Master’s Degree in Global and Contextual Studies from Bethel University, and a Bachelors of Ministries from Northwestern University. Throughout his work experience Shawn has been tasked with the responsibility to teach and conduct cross-cultural, conflict resolution, and community engagement workshops and training. Including, being the community liaison in the Mounds View School District, a community and cultural coordinator for North St. Paul School District, coordinating the Scholars Program at Century College, and Director of Community Engagement and Service Learning at Bethel University, and Metro State University. Shawn is a central contact for public and private organizations seeking training and consulting in areas of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI), Culture Talks, Communication and much more.

Fran Sepler

President, Sepler & Associates
For thirty years, Fran Sepler has assisted public and private organizations throughout the country to create comprehensive initiatives to understand, prevent, identify, investigate, and remediate misconduct in the workplace. This has included hands on leadership development and implementation of large-scale culture change initiatives focused on creating psychologically safe, respectful workplaces. Ms. Sepler is known for her pioneering work in qualitative examination of workplaces, as an assessor or as a factfinder. She has developed techniques and protocol used by organizations throughout the United States to investigate workplace misconduct, to establish policies and protocol to facilitate case identification, and to assess workplace culture. Ms. Sepler has designed training programs focusing on respect for organizations nationwide and was selected to design the groundbreaking training programs “Respectful Workplace,” and “Leading for Respect” by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC.) These programs incorporate practice in active bystander intervention, coaching and effective complaint handling for organizations. Ms. Sepler has conducted training in every sector including corporations, governmental agencies, nonprofits, medical, higher education, and financial services sectors and for people at all organizational level. Ms. Sepler has written book chapters on relational aggression, implicit bias in investigation, credibility assessment and organizational culture. She speaks on these topics throughout the United States.


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