Dealing with Workplace Bullying is an employee workbook designed to provide the tools, skills and encouragement your employees need to effectively cope with bullying in the workplace.
Recent studies show that more than half of employees experience some form of workplace bullying. Nearly three quarters of the reported bullying occurs from a supervisor to his/her supervisee. This behavior has a negative impact on performance, productivity, efficiency, cooperation and your company’s bottom line.
Presented and an engaging, supportive and informative style, the focus of this workbook is on teaching your employees how to recognize bullying and how to deal with in a professional manner. The material covers dealing with peer bullying, bullying from the boss and the proper method and time for involving the HR Department. It is an effective remedial tool for the problematic employee, a refresher course for the general population or an effective orientation training for new hires.
Dealing with Workplace Bullying training seminars are led by the author, Kingston, NY-based psychotherapist William R. Colagrande. The thirty-two page, self-guided workbook includes useful and informative appendixes, thinking point segments for further self-reflection and helpful supplemental readings. A fictional narrative runs throughout to illustrate and help personalize the material. These workbooks can be utilized in a number of ways: distributed individually as needed, en masse or as part of a structured in-service education program facilitated by the author, either in-person or via Skype. Complementary copies are available for review upon request.
The fictional narrative that runs throughout the material, highlights and clarifies specific topics, establishes rapport and models desired behavioral and attitudinal responses. This approach provides wide appeal to a varied and diverse employee population.
To some of your employees, this material may come as a revelation. To most, it will serve as a reminder to remain focused on the task at hand and not become distracted by petty secondary issues.
Helping your employee’s cope with workplace bullying impacts your bottom line!
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