Reimagine workplace harassment prevention training.
Digital Comic Book
Engage employees. Promote positive interactions. Prevent harassment. Stay compliant.
Engaging Interactive Reflective Empowering Realistic
Start a conversation.
Empower your employees to speak up for themselves and each other and start creating a workplace that's free from sexual harassment.
The Define the Line Comic Book helps your team start a conversation about what sexual harassment is, how to speak up for themselves and each other, and how to be an ally in the workplace.
Six scenarios based on real stories.
The Define the Line Comic Book covers:
Sexually degrading words used to describe an individual’s body.
Text messaging inappropriate photos.
After work team outing to a strip club.
Inappropriate questions about sexual orientation.
After each scenario, employees reflect on what they would do or say in a similar situation.
English and Spanish.
Define the Line comes in both English and Spanish to support multicultural workplaces.
Employees learn how to speak up and take action so they can go from bystander to ally.
Imagine your team working together to help eliminate workplace harassment.
You don’t have to imagine it - you can make this YOUR organization! The Define the Line Comic Book is your all-in-one sexual harassment prevention training resource.
Have questions about the comic book? Here's a list of frequently asked questions.
What's included in the Digital Comic Book?
The Define the Line Comic Book has six scenarios that cover the following topics:
How much time will it take for my team to complete the comic book training?
It can depend on the reader. We've found that on average, it takes employees between 30 - 45 minutes to read through the comic book and complete each of the activity sheets.
What file format is the Digital Comic Book in?
The Define the Line Comic Book is a digital product and is provided in a .zip file. Within the .zip file, you will have the comic book, implementation guide, and resource pages in a .pdf file format.
Why is your training in a comic book format?
Great question! We had so much to say about why we chose a comic book format that we wrote an article about it. You can read about it here.
Am I limited on how many employees I can share the Digital Comic Book with?
Nope! Once you purchase the Define the Line Comic Book you can share the document with anyone within your organization. Whether you have 15 or 10,000 employees, everyone within your organization can have access to the Digital Comic Book.
If I need help implementing the comic book or have questions who can I contact?
We are always here to help! Whether you have questions about how to implement the comic book, need to chat about how to distribute to your team, or have any other questions along the way, you can always reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you offer a discount for nonprofits or small businesses?
We do! If you are nonprofit or small business that has under 50 employees, fill out the form at the bottom of the Shop page and our team will send your team a special discount code.
Is the Define the Line Comic Book a comprehensive training tool?
We created the comic book to be a stand alone training resource. If you're looking to up your game, we suggest looking into the Define the Line Facilitation Guide. It's packed with eight training sessions. And with read-from-the-page dialogue and step-by-step guidance, you'll have everything you need to implement interactive training for your team.
Does the comic book only cover sexual harassment prevention?
While the Define the Line comic book was created to help you and your team understand sexual harassment prevention, it has also helped individuals feel confident and comfortable speaking up when someone is inappropriate. Whether someone is experiencing discrimination, harassment, bullying, or anything inbetween, your team will understand when to report, how to speak up, and how to be an active bystander.
Are you working on new comic book topics?
We are! Right now we're collecting stories from individuals who have experienced harassment, discrimination, bullying, or anything inappropriate in the workplace. You can submit your own story (anonymously) here.