Posts Tagged ‘social exclusion’


WBI Webinar #1 – Being “Iced-Out” at Work

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

For all of those who missed it, the recording of this webinar is now available. This 1 hour presentation covers the social ostracism and isolation that accompanies workplace bullying.

Follow this link to watch the recording.

More webinars are coming. Be sure to follow the blog and the webinar queue for updates.

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WBI Webinar: Being “Iced Out” at Work, July 7

Thursday, June 7th, 2012

On Saturday, July 7, 2012 10:00 am (pacific time), the Workplace Bullying Institute launches its live Webinar series.

Being “Iced Out” at Work

Dr. Namie will describe how isolation, social exclusion, ostracism, and shunning by coworkers prevents an individual from having a normal work life. Coworker betrayal is common and should be expected. The session explores social psychological theories about unhelpful non-intervening witnesses to the bullying and ways to break the cycle of silence.

This live webinar is free to the first 100 registrants. Register today. On-demand playback of the recording will be available after the live broadcast.

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