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Courses Available Dealing With Difficult People Dealing With Victims Ethics-Based Decision Making Workplace Violence - Prevention & Prediction Workplace Bullying Negotiate Anything Teambuilding Leadership Workshop Suicide: Assessment and Intervention Advanced Presentation Skills   Workplace Bullying Workplace bullying is subtle and difficult to pinpoint.  This session is designed to raise your level of awareness to ensure this doesn’t happen to you or someone you know. Workplace bullying is insidious, but present in almost very workplace to varying degrees. In some cases, the workplace bully walks a fine line, flirting with our corporate respectful workplace policies and in some cases, the bully has absolutely no regard for these policies and operates openly. This course will identify specific behaviours, look at ways in which you can protect yourself from the workplace bully and give you a strategy in the event you find yourself the target of the workplace bully. This 2-hour “Lunch and Learn” presentation entitled “Workplace Bullying” contains detailed information relating to the following: Workplace bullying defined What workplace bullying looks like and what specific behaviours are associated with this type of activity. Typical profile of the workplace bully Their methods of operation Their tactics and strategies for detection avoidance. The process the bully uses for victim/target selection What characteristics draw the workplace bully to the victim or target Strategies we can use to confront the workplace bully and a discussion of why, in many cases, we choose not to confront the bully. Discussion of what impact the actions of the bully have on the victim or target Serious implications for those targeted by the workplace bully What price the target is forced to pay Strategy of what a target or victim of the workplace bully can do Steps to take that will force the bully to account for his/her actions Effective and safe ways to address the behaviour