The #METOO movement turns three: What we’ve learned, what still needs to be done, and what being an advocate really means.

October 20, 2020
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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The #METOO movement turns three: What we’ve learned, what still needs to be done, and what being an advocate really means.

With 1 in 3 women and 1 in 10 men experiencing sexual harassment at work, sexual harassment training’s "check-the-box" approach doesn’t work. As the #metoo movement celebrates its three-year anniversary, we examine where we’ve been, where we’re heading, and how we can be the catalyst for change within our organizations. 

During this interactive session, Define the Line Co-founder, Nikki Larchar, SHRM-CP, guides participants through discussions about what sexual harassment is, how it shows up in today’s workplace, and how we, as HR professionals and managers, can create sexual harassment prevention training sessions that empower employees to speak up, define their line, and create change within our organizations.


  • Overview of the definition of sexual harassment and how sexual harassment shows up in today's workplace.
  • Understand what practices, policies, and procedures your organization should have in place to help prevent sexual harassment.
  • Review discussion topics and interactive activities you can implement with your team starting today!



Nikki Larchar, SHRM-CP, is the co-author of a sexual harassment prevention comic book and the co-founder of Define the Line, a company that is on a mission to eliminate workplace sexual harassment by empowering employees to speak up for themselves and each other. 

After years of navigating tricky situations and harassing behavior, Nikki wanted to create the sexual harassment training she wished she had early in her career. The Define the Line comic book and training sessions help individuals know what to do or say when faced with inappropriate and harassing behavior in the workplace.

Since their successful crowdfunding campaign in 2018, Define the Line has helped train over 1,800 individuals and continues to help people feel more confident speaking up for themselves and others to create workplaces that are safe and secure for everyone. 

Nikki’s work has been featured in NPR, HRCI, HR Dive, and HR Bartender. She has been honored to receive the 2019 Workforce Magazine’s Game Changers Award, 2019 BBB Spark Award, 2020 BizWest Women of Distinction nomination, and the 2019 Tresemme + Vital Voices Fellowship Award.

When Nikki is not inspiring teams, you can find her serenading Disney songs to her dog while her husband tries to escape the beauty of her voice in their Cocoa, FL home.

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