Workplace

We hear and talk about bullying in schools, but more often than not- we keep silent about bullying in the workplace. Not only does bullying in the workplace cause stress related illnesses, high turnover, absenteeism and poor customer service, but bullying in the workplace costs money. The Workplace Institute (WBI) concurs that workplace bullying “costs $180 million in lost time and productivity.” 

“I only wish others would have spoken up on any of the numerous times I was publicly humiliated by the bully on my management team.”

Donna Clark Love, Bullying Expert and Trainer, can provide workshops, in-house consultations, coaching, and courses on workplace bullying. She is ready to discuss research-based turn-key systems any company or organization can use to assess, address, and stop workplace bullying.

After learning the facts and current stats about workplace bullying, all training participants will discover why it is imperative for workers and organizations to be trained on workplace bullying. The number one reason is at least 1 out of 6 people have reported being bullied at work. Did you know that 67% of those being bullied have the intention of leaving their job and 37% plan to stay in their job, but do as little as they can just to get by?

Donna Clark Love will utilize her years of experience, dynamic presenting techniques, research, and current information to help you find out ‘what works’ and ‘what does not work’ when addressing workplace bullying.

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” Martin Luther King Jr.

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Bully Free Workplace: Creating Respect, Civility & Accountability

Here’s What You Will Learn and Experience:
  • What is Workplace Bullying? Who gets targeted?
  • How is Workplace Bullying different from conflict resolution issues and harassment?
  • How to determine if you are being bullied or not – and what to do about it
  • Identify why and how bullying affects workplace morale and customer service
  • What motivates a bully? Why do they engage in bullying behaviors?
  • The top common bullying tactics utilized and how you can be more aware and ready to address them
  • User-friendly strategies to help identify a bully/victim situation
  • Effective intervention skills that can strengthen and support the victim and defuse the power of the bully
  • What specific steps to take if you are a target
  • The best thing you can do to help and support someone else who is being bullied
You will leave w/ an individualized ‘state-of-the-art’ action plan that will help each participant to:
  • Create trust with all stakeholders and lead them through, not around the bullying ‘issues’
  • Discover a process one can use to fully identify bullying incidents, the “when”, “what” & the “who”
  • Resolve staff complaints, disagreements and any other unproductive behaviors
  • Assess his/her own behavior and if  he/she has displayed bullying behaviors – how to make changes to create true respectful relationships
  • Respond appropriately and in a timely manner to instances of bullying
  • Understand when and how to intervene or ask for help
  • Identify exactly what organizations & staff can do to prevent & stop Workplace Bullying
  • Become familiar with in-house resources as well as community resources

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