Training and workshops

From understanding the fundamentals of harassment, discrimination and bullying, to bystander intervention and diversity and inclusion, there’s a Tell Jane workshop for your workplace.

Why train?

Your workplace culture and values need to be lived and breathed, and training is the first step to making this a reality.

We do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to training, rather we provide a range of bite-sized workshops tailored to your business.

We also provide a constructive environment in our training sessions, where open discussion and experience sharing is shared in order to identify challenges, broaden awareness and increase understanding of positive workplace behaviour.

Our workshops

 Harassment, discrimination and bullying: The fundamentals

This workshop explains the differences between harassment, discrimination and bullying, and how to identify and prevent them occurring in the workplace.

Attendees will come away equipped with skills to effectively react to complaints and gain practical prevention methods to implement that same day.

Who is it for?

HR and management. Organisations wishing to upskill their HR department and management teams.

 Dignity at work: Company culture and code of conduct policy development

An insightful and interactive workshop where attendees learn about the Equality Act 2010 and the psychology behind the power dynamics of harassment, bullying and discrimination.

Through collective discussion and practical exercises, the grey areas of toxic behaviour are also explored, with the aim to developing a code of behaviour that determines how your people want to interact with one another at work.

Who is it for?

Employees of all levels, HR and management. Organisations looking to develop and implement a dignity at work policy with company buy-in.

 Bystander intervention: How and when to act

Bystander intervention means observing people and situations around you, and acting when you see something that isn’t right in order to create a safe working environment for everyone.This workshop is designed for the entire workforce, encouraging proactive empathy and creating a collective responsibility for your company’s culture.

Who is it for?

Employees of all levels. Organisations looking to encourage collective responsibility in protecting the company culture.

Book workshop


  • £650 per workshop for up to 15 attendees
  • Discounts apply for multiple workshop bookings
  • Minimum five workshops for discounts to apply.