Tools to Eliminate Incivility, Workplace Bullying, Harassment, Violence and Other Bad Behaviors That Ruin Your Workplace
The National Workplace Bullying Coalition (NWBC) is holding its third annual conference on October 19, 2017 during National Bullying Awareness Month. Conference is ONLINE via webinar.Registration is $59. All proceeds go to advancing the NWBC's mission to advance education, conversation and legislation. Learn more.
Stanford Professor and New York Times best-selling author of The No Asshole Rule and Good Boss, Bad Boss. His next book, The Asshole Survival Guide, is out Sept 12.
Former Chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Bullying survivors - and authors of the Coalition's latest book, "Stand up, Speak out against workplace bullying."
KICK OFF / INTRODUCTION
Host: Catherine Mattice - President of Civility Partners
Start conference with workplace bullying expert and civility advocate Catherine Mattice as she welomes you with open arms and walks you through the schedule for the day.
How To Deal With People Who Treat You Like Dirt
Host: Bob Sutton - Stanford Professor, Organizational Psychologist and New York Times Bestselling Author
Taken from his newest book, The Asshole Survival Guide, Bob will offer tips for preserving your own civility - and sanity - in the workplace.
Inner Tools for Surviving Bullying and Mobbing
Host: Lorraine Segal - Communication and Conflict Management Coach, Consultant and Educator
Learn specific techniques for inner protection while being bullied and understand the basics of how to apply them or support someone else to do so.
Just One Click: Reduce Isolation By Creating Connection Online
Host: Dr. Sophie Henshaw - Work Stress Strategist, Author and Principal Clinical Psychologist
Learn to give rise to greater creative possibilities for a better life by joining online communities that support, uplift and advise bullying targets.
The Steps to Take to Build a Case
Host: Ms. Camay - Sr. Paralegal Business Consultant and CEO of Ms. Camay International, LLC
Using her own experience building a successful case against her employer, Ms. Camay will show you the steps to file and win a complaint.
Twitter Chat / Open Discussion;#StandUpSpeakOut
Stand Up, Speak Out Against Workplace Bullying
Hosts: Catherine Mattice - President of Civility Partners
Ms. Camay - Sr. Paralegal Business Consultant and CEO of Ms. Camay International, LLC
Lorraine Segal - Communication and Conflict Management Coach, Consultant and Educator
Join three of the authors of the Coalition's latest book, "Stand Up, Speak Out Against Workplace Bullying," as they uncover their difficult experiences with workplace bullying - and how they came out stronger in the end.
Recovering from Workplace Bullying Trauma
Hosts: Linda Crockett - Founder of Alberta Bullying Resource Centre
Learn the wide range of behaviors that are considered bullying, the statistics that support how pervasive bullying is and understand leadership as a process that can be learned and embodied by anyone who chooses to lead and how that can evoke a change in company culture.
Twitter Chat / Open Discussion;#StandUpSpeakOut
Creating a Positive Workplace Environment
Host: Tammy Holzer - Leadership Coach in Creating Positive Workplaces Through Connection
Learn how to get top leaders to actively participate in creating a positive working environment by developing deeper relationships through caring and authentic communication.
Stop Bullying to Create A Healthy Community
Host: Jerry Halberstadt - Founder and President of Togethering
Learn and understand the role of advocacy and legislation in workplace bullying.
Is there a role for traditional OHS in addressing incivility, bullying and violence at work?
Host: Andrew Barrett - Founder and host of the Safety on Tap Podcast
Learn how traditional OHS logic is flawed in the context of incivility, bullying and violence, the extent to which OHS helps or hinders the management of these issues, and the way forward for OHS professionals to be part of the solution.
It Takes a Village to Stop a Bully: Lessons from My Crazy Corporate Life
Host: Stacey L. Perrin - Global Director of Employee Relations and HR Compliance at SAP
Learn to identify the difference between police and practice, how your "village" can stop workplace bullying and why companies should do more.
Using Trauma-Informed Techniques in the Workplace
Host: Liz Paris - Senior Associate Attorney at Van Dermyden Maddux Law Corporation
Learn how trauma-informed techniques can be used in various workplace interactions, especially in workplace investigations. When workplace managers and investigators understand and utilize the trauma-informed methodology, they can both enhance investigative interviews and improve workplace dynamics.
Ending Workplace Harassment: Risk Factors and Keys Prevention
Host: Jenny Yang - Commisioner and former Chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Comission (EEOC)
Learn about how employers can take action now to identify risk factors for workplace harassment and create a workplace culture free from harassment.