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Friday, January 3rd, 2014
Since 2008, WBI has offered the only comprehensive training for professionals in North America in the every aspect of the phenomenon — Workplace Bullying University® — created and taught by Drs. Ruth and Gary Namie.
The next sessions open to the public are:
January 17-19 in Houston, Texas
February 7-9 in Bellingham, Washington
Enroll by Jan. 10 to claim your $300 tuition discount for the Feb. session.
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Wednesday, November 20th, 2013
Since 2008, 120 professionals have graduated from the 3-day Workplace Bullying University®, the only comprehensive training for professionals in North America, created and delivered by the founders of the U.S. movement — Drs. Gary and Ruth Namie. Small groups. Research-driven. Target-centric. Graduate-level seminar.
In early 2014, we are happy to provide a session in Texas. The dates and locations are:
January 17-18-19 in Houston, Texas
February 7-8-9 in Bellingham, Washington
Also, we offer significant tuition discounts for timely registrations.
$500 off for Jan. Houston University if deposit paid by Nov. 22
$500 off for Feb. Bellingham University if deposit paid by Dec. 13
$300 off for Jan. Houston University if deposit paid by Dec. 20
$300 off for Feb. Bellingham University if deposit paid by Jan. 10
Professionals who attend University:
• Union Representatives
• HR Professionals
• Entrepreneurs launching new careers
“Definitely the most value-added program to organizational development I have attended in my 30-plus years in the business.”
“This is the best training I have attended in my 22 years of being a union advocate.”
“What a gift of the years of knowledge and experience you gave us and wrapped in a fun envelope that made it easy to understand.”
“I can’t say enough about the level of expertise that Gary and Ruth possess. They are on top of the latest legal, organizational, and psychological information.”
Join us. Visit the Workplace Bullying University website for details.
Thursday, May 2nd, 2013
Are bullies demons? Bully apologists abhor “demonizing” abusers in the workplace. What’s the alternative? Revere them. Thank them for showing us how loathsome and dark can be the human condition? Ignore their cruelty foisted on the best and brightest workers whose principal goal of every day is to be “left alone” to do their jobs? Of course, that’s exactly what bully apologists do. We think they stand on the wrong side of the moral fence.
We at WBI are target-centric. We’ve chosen the other side. We didn’t start the U.S. Workplace Bullying movement to treat it as an academic exercise in neutrality. Targets deserve and need support. Institutions do a fine job of defending perpetrators.
Monday, April 22nd, 2013
By Cathy Jett, (Fredericksburg, VA) The Free Lance-Star, April 20, 2013
Dr. Ruth Namie thought she’d be helping families solve their problems when she began working in a private clinic in 1995.
Instead, the clinical psychiatrist ran into one of her own. Her name was Sheila, and she proved to be the proverbial “boss from hell.”
Sheila was nice for the first three weeks, then began complaining that Namie was “worthless,” said Namie’s husband, social psychologist Gary Namie.
The bullying ratcheted up when Sheila overheard clients say that they drove an hour just to see Namie, and were urging others to go to her instead of Sheila. Sheila stripped Namie of her clinical work and gave her clerical work instead.
The Namies hired a lawyer, but discovered to their dismay that there was nothing illegal about one woman bullying another. They figured there must be some organization that could help, but there wasn’t one. So the couple started the Campaign Against Workplace Bullying.
Monday, April 1st, 2013
It’s time for the next quarterly training for professionals, the unique Workplace Bullying University® created and delivered by the Drs. Namie, WBI founders. Small group 3-day immersion in the research and all aspects of the phenomenon. Join us!
May 10-12 in Bellingham, WA
Tuition fee discounts available, enroll by April 10 to guarantee your seat
Participants come from a variety of disciplines
• Healthcare – physicians, nurse leaders, counselors, psychologists
• Management & HR
• Consultants & Trainers
Program details at the University website.
Wednesday, January 9th, 2013
Workplace Bullying University®, begun in 2008, is WBI’s unique, intensive 3-day experience that prepares professionals in mental health, law, management, human resources, life & executive coaching, unions, speaking & training with graduate-level instruction and materials to gain incomparable knowledge in Workplace Bullying to use in their practices, businesses or jobs. Facilitators are Dr. Gary Namie & Dr. Ruth Namie.
February 22-24 and May 10-12 and August 16-18 and November 15-17.
Friday, September 21st, 2012
Thursday, April 26th, 2012
Linda Thomas, co-host
of the morning news show on KIRO-FM, Seattle,
interviewed Drs. Ruth and Gary Namie and received
tips from WBI Coach, Jessi Eden Brown.
Listen to the the April 26 broadcast.
If you’re a target of workplace bullying, you can get personalized support from our coach, Jessi Eden Brown.
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Thursday, March 22nd, 2012
New Day Northwest show host Margaret Larson discusses workplace bullying on KING-TV, Seattle on March 22, 2012 with Dr. Ruth Namie and Dr. Gary Namie, founders of the Bellingham, WA-based Workplace Bullying Institute.
U takes on workplace bullying: Faculty and staff are learning how to recognize and address bullying.
Thursday, March 8th, 2012
By Meghan O’Connor
March 08, 2012
Employers nationwide increasingly have had to implement policies to handle concerns beyond typical workplace dilemmas –– or what’s now called workplace bullying.
This week, the University of Minnesota’s Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action held a session about the issue to ensure staff and faculty know how to recognize and address it.
The University’s Office of Human Resources defines bullying as an imbalance of power and the intent to cause harm and repetition. It is not outlined in Minnesota state laws like harassment or discrimination.