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BUS 263 Workplace Bullying and Violence: Finding Solutions




Course Description

Violence and bullying in the workplace is very real and present. In the face of increasing demands on resources, people and time, finding solutions to hostile work environments is vital to the effectiveness of the organization and the health of the people in it. This seminar can help you identify specific behaviours that could be bullying or workplace violence. Develop ways to protect yourself, your staff and ultimately your workplace from the bully. Learn strategies to use in the event you find yourself, or someone else, as the target of workplace tension. Traditional thinking tells us workplace violence is not an issue for concern, but the reality is that workplace violence must be contained before it becomes a larger problem. Be prepared by taking this one-day session.

Topics:

  • Distinguishing between workplace bullying and workplace violence
  • Pre-incident indicators
  • Examining the risk within the context of your workplace
  • Strategies to employ if you or a coworker experiences workplace bullying or violence
  • Tools to manage that risk

Notes

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