The Information & Technology Leadership Conference is dedicated to providing a safe, productive, engaging, and welcoming environment for all conference participants, both virtual and in-person. Our theme this year, Lead with bold IDEAs, highlights our campus-wide shared values of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility. All are welcome and all have the right to a conference experience that abides by these values.
We expect all conference attendees and speakers to be professional, considerate, and respectful to all with whom they come into contact at our conference. Virtual participants are a part of our community and as such will be held to the same standards of professionalism in their online engagement with the conference, as well as their ability to enjoy the conference to the full extent without concern for negative interactions.
To report any instances that violate these expectations, please contact your session moderator, an I&TLC committee member, or review your options in the resources listed below. Note that individuals who violate these expectations may be subject to expulsion from the event, disciplinary action, and/or being prohibited from attending future conferences or events.
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This guide focuses on the needs of employees who have experienced or are experiencing sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence or stalking.
This guide states the UW-Madison’s policy on sexual harassment and sexual violence. This policy is applicable to students, employees, visitors and guests.
This resource defines the university policy on Hostile and Intimidating Behavior (HIB) and outlines reporting options for faculty, academic staff, and university staff.
The Employee Assistance Office offers counselling and consultation at no cost to UW-Madison faculty, staff, graduate student employees, significant others, and family members. This resource describes the services available and how to access them.