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“Despite media attention and initial training programs, sexual harassment (particularly borderline actions) is as common as always. For targets of sexual harassment, Cooper suggests ways to avoid potential target signals, along with informal and formal response strategies. For managers, he offers tips on legal responsibilities, prevention techniques, common mistakes in handling complaints, and eliminating factors that encourage harassment.”
— Personnel Journal
“If sexual harassment is an issue that confuses you, or if you suspect that any of your employees are victims, turn to Cooper’s book—it’s an excellent resource.”
— Association Management
Books Worth a Look: “Few women know how to deal with sexual coercion on the job. This book suggests steps you can take to avoid harassment.”
“Stop It Now gives good insight into a timely problem. It is recommended reading for people in management and for potential targets of sexual harassment.”
— The Arkansas Banker
"Stop It Now presents a number of original concepts and communications tools ... The tools described in this will go a long way towards resolving the problem.”
— Employment Management Association Reporter
“The cost to employers of sexual harassment is extremely high … That’s why we are providing you in this issue with a practical and thorough training course on sexual harassment, designed by author/management consultant Ken Cooper, to help your managers deal with this insidious problem effectively.”
— Trainer’s Workshop/AMA
“The focus of the seminar was on Cooper’s book, Stop It Now, which deals with research, feedback, and legal precedents involving the problem of sexual harassment.”
— Today’s Manager/AMS
“Long live Taming the Terrible Too’s of Training. Authors Dan and Ken Cooper deserve an ‘A’ for their comprehensive roadmap for creating training that actually works.”
— Training Magazine
"BodyBusiness is useful because of its systematic presentation and nontechnical conversational style … many specific tips for interpreting nonverbal communications.”