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Namie webinar — When the bully is the boss — now available for HR

Thursday, February 12th, 2015

When the Bully is the Boss

A joint production of the Workplace Bullying Institute and Biz21 Publishing

Now available for purchase.

Many companies assume they don’t have a bullying problem. Employees get along. In meetings, team members respect each other. But look closer. You might find that the bully is the very person you would expect your employees to turn to if they are being bullied—the boss.

Some managerial bullying is unintentional — supervisors see themselves as “demanding results.” Other times bosses know their behavior crosses the line, but don’t care.
Not convinced? Consider the slew of new state laws protecting workers against bullying. And consider the number of companies that have rushed to adopt anti-bullying policies and procedures for investigating complaints.

The costs are real. The employee’s health can suffer, causing missed work, higher healthcare costs and reduced productivity. Bullied employees are also a flight risk, as are those who witness bullying. And there’s the threat of lawsuits against the company.

In this session, Dr. Gary Namie teaches you:

• How to recognize and respond to a bully boss
• What differentiates “bullying” from other conduct- both illegal (discrimination) and legal (non-abusive disagreements)
• Why the workplace climate may be allowing the bully to prosper
• Why owners and executives often tend to defend bullies
• How to build an abuse-intolerant, accountable culture for all employees, regardless of rank
• How to measure outcomes of anti-bullying activities that benefit both employees and the company.

Now available for purchase.

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Webinar for HR: When the workplace bully is the boss

Saturday, February 7th, 2015

Wednesday Feb. 11 Webinar for Employers & HR
2 pm EST, 60 minutes
A joint production of the Workplace Bullying Institute and Biz21 Publishing



When the Bully is the Boss

Many companies assume they don’t have a bullying problem. Employees get along. In meetings, team members respect each other. But look closer. You might find that the bully is the very person you would expect your employees to turn to if they are being bullied—the boss.

Some managerial bullying is unintentional — supervisors see themselves as “demanding results.” Other times bosses know their behavior crosses the line, but don’t care.
Not convinced? Consider the slew of new state laws protecting workers against bullying. And consider the number of companies that have rushed to adopt anti-bullying policies and procedures for investigating complaints.

The costs are real. The employee’s health can suffer, causing missed work, higher healthcare costs and reduced productivity. Bullied employees are also a flight risk, as are those who witness bullying. And there’s the threat of lawsuits against the company.

In this session, Dr. Gary Namie will teach you:

• How to recognize and respond to a bully boss
• What differentiates “bullying” from other conduct- both illegal (discrimination) and legal (non-abusive disagreements)
• Why the workplace climate may be allowing the bully to prosper
• Why owners and executives often tend to defend bullies
• How to build an abuse-intolerant, accountable culture for all employees, regardless of rank
• How to measure outcomes of anti-bullying activities that benefit both employees and the company.


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WBI Workplace Bullying Webinar: For Family & Friends

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

This video teaches the people closest to bullied targets what their loved one is going through, that there is little you can do by yourself to stop it, why the assaults consume and contaminate quality time with family, what behaviors to expect from you as time passes with no resolution, and the best things they can do for themselves and for you to approach normalcy again.


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WBI Webinar #3: For Family Members, Please Understand I’m Bullied at Work

Tuesday, August 7th, 2012

This webinar teaches the people closest to bullied targets what their loved one is going through, that there is little you can do by yourself to stop it, why the assaults consume and contaminate quality time with family, what behaviors to expect from you as time passes with no resolution, and the best things they can do for themselves and for you to approach normalcy again.

The presentation will take place on Wednesday, Sept 5 at 5:00 pm PST. Gather your support group and participate together. Register now for the 1 hour session, only $9.95 for the couple or the entire family.

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WBI Webinar: So, You Wanna Sue, Now viewable

Monday, August 6th, 2012

The recording for the second WBI webinar is now available online. It covers what you need to know if you’re thinking about going to court for workplace bullying.

Follow this link to watch the presentation.

Another webinar is in the works and we will have an announcement for you soon.

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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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Webinar: Practical Strategies to Minimize the Effects of Workplace Bullying

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

Webinar for business audiences by Dr. Gary Namie

November 15, 2011, from 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM, ET
Hosted by BNA, Bureau of National Affairs. CPE & HRCI credits available.

Register online or call 800.372.1033, option 6, then option 1

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AMA Webinar: Busting Workplace Bullies

Thursday, August 5th, 2010

On August 26, 1-2:30 pm (EDT), the American Management Association hosts a webinar for managers: Busting Workplace Bullies: Arresting Abusive Conduct for Profits & Productivity. The presenter is Dr. Gary Namie, President Work Doctor®, Inc. and Director, Workplace Bullying Institute. He will share proven strategies for managers to identify and curb bullying in their organizations based on 25 years of consulting with organizations and 13 years specializing in workplace bullying. Dr. Namie is recognized as North America’s foremost authority on workplace bullying. Interested individuals can register here.

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