Posts Tagged ‘Workplace Bullying University’
Monday, March 9th, 2015
The final Bellingham 3-day Workplace Bullying University is held March 20-22. Regular tuition is $3,100 per person.
Pay only $2,100 if prepaid by Friday the 13th of March, 3 pm PST.
We’ve never lowered the tuition so much, but we want to end our tradition of University in Bellingham with a bang! We started in 2008.
University is training for professionals. Read all the details for this comprehensive, intensive research-based education program. The only one of its kind in North America.
Great for professionals: counselors, executive coaches, union officials, nurses, healthcare administrators, HR, higher education, teachers, managers, attorneys, consultants, and trainers.
California trainers and managers who attend will take back all necessary materials to comply with the new biannual training requirement for supervisors, California Code 12950.1 (AB 2053).
Thursday, January 29th, 2015
On Jan. 29, 2015, WBI Associate and Business Development Mgr. Frank Mulcahy previewed his upcoming presentation at the Lubbock, TX Chamber of Commerce meeting. Jim Douglass and Curtis Parrish, hosts of the show West Texas Today on AM 950/FM 100.7 (KJTV) get a primer on workplace bullying.
Click on the audio player below to listen.
Professionals are invited to acquire the expertise Frank demonstrates. Attend the WBI Workplace Bullying University.
A Meaningful New Year’s Resolution: Gain in-depth knowledge about workplace bullying origins & solutions
Friday, January 2nd, 2015
A Meaningful New Year’s Resolution
• To acquire a mastery of all aspects of the workplace bullying phenomenon: history of the international movement, distinguishing bullying from conflict and incivility, profiles of perpetrators and targets, origins and sustaining factors, understanding coworkers’ actions, explaining counterintuitive and nonsensical patterns and practices, solutions for individuals and work teams and unions and managers and employers, introduction to international laws and American attempts to enact legislation.
• To familiarize yourself with the science that provides the knowledge foundation for the movement (over 320 articles provided to you)
• To apply, with legitimate authority, the new knowledge to your workplace in your organizational role, or to teach your union colleagues, or to add the specialty to your professional work, or to become an advocate.
• To overcome employer misunderstandings about, and resistance to eliminating, abusive workplace conduct
• To improve the lives of those currently suffering; to preclude misery for future targeted individuals
There’s only one way to accomplish it … attend WBI’s Workplace Bullying University®
WB University is the nation’s first and only comprehensive training in workplace bullying for professionals. Attendees include entrepreneurs, HR directors, training directors, organizational consultants, EEO investigators, union officers, managers, attorneys, nurses, physicians, academic researchers, counselors, psychologists, and social workers.
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Tuesday, September 30th, 2014
Since 2008, Drs. Gary and Ruth Namie have been training professionals in all aspects of the phenomenon of workplace bullying. Their 3-day, intensive and immersive program is called Workplace Bullying University®. It was the first, and remains the only, program of its kind in North America.
The final 2014 session is held in Bellingham, Washington on November 7-8-9
Their research-driven/evidence-based approach covers:
– prevalence in society and among industries
– profiles of targeted individuals and perpetrators
– the range of tactics employed
– understanding coworkers
– origins of bullying — personalities, work environment, societal
– the science and impact of health harm — physical and psychological
– costs borne by employers
– individual solutions and shortcomings
– potential group solutions
– new roles and responsibilities for managers
– employer solutions — band aid to comprehensive approaches
– public policy change in the context of international laws
Participants receive a treasure trove of materials and resources to position themselves as experts in workplace bullying either for private use or to launch a successful organizational anti-bullying initiative for their employer or union.
See the Workplace Bullying University website for details, testimonials and discounted tuition.
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Friday, July 11th, 2014
Workplace Bullying University® For professionals — healthcare, HR, unions, legal, mental health, trainers & consultants, individuals making a career transition — the only comprehensive preparation in the nuanced workplace bullying phenomenon. Includes all education materials needed to launch an organization’s anti-bullying initiative, an extensive Research Library, and hours of supplementary resources. Faculty: Drs. Gary & Ruth Namie.
3 days: August 15-17 in Bellingham, WA
Tuition is $3,100
Special: mention “BLOG” for a $500 discount on/before July 25.
Said a veteran HR director, “Definitely the most value-added program to organizational development I have attended in my 30-plus years in the business.”
Workplace Bullying Retreat For bullied individuals and those who support them. A day of validation, learning and restoration. Bring along a loved one or coworker. Includes a copy of The Bully At Work. Facilitated by Drs. Gary & Ruth Namie.
1 day: Sat. August 23 in Bellingham, WA
Tuition: $250, $100 for second person.
Special: mention “BLOG” for $50 discount on/before Aug. 1
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Friday, June 13th, 2014
By Richard P. Himmer, an Emotional Intelligence Consultant and Affiliate of the Workplace Bullying Institute. He is conducting research for his dissertation and will soon be soliciting for volunteers to be part of the study. He can be reached at EQMicroSkills.com.
For many employees, going to work each day requires all their strength — not because they are physically challenged, but because they have a bully in their life. Fifty-two percent of a target’s day is spent avoiding the bully. Workplace bullying is described as psychological terror and it continues to escalate.
In 1996, 75 percent of surveyed organizations said they had no bullying in their organization, executives in sum denied that it existed. In a recent 2014 survey by the Workplace Bullying Institute (WBI) more than 65 million American workers are affected by what is called the American Cancer and public awareness is 72 percent.
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Wednesday, May 21st, 2014
The only comprehensive, research-based training for professionals in the phenomenon of workplace bullying, WBI’s University® is next offered June 20-22 in Bellingham, WA.
The program, launched in 2008 by Drs. Ruth and Gary Namie, covers all aspects of adult bullying in the workplace while engaging participants in lively interaction and debates. This is a unique program that prepares professionals to specialize in bullying, to add that specialization to their existing repertoire of services.
Companies and unions can send representatives who then take back all the materials and resources necessary to start an internal anti-bullying initiative. Attendees become the trainers of others back home.
Tuition has been reduced and there are deeper discounts for organizations that send a second person.
Visit the Workplace Bullying University website for details, testimonials, location and pricing. Join us in June. Seats are limited for this small-group session.
Tuesday, April 15th, 2014
Here is a special piece featuring a graduate of Workplace Bullying University. Take a look.
Our team’s golden boy gets a free pass for bad behaviour
Special to the Globe and Mail
I work at a fairly small company, and I get along fairly well with most of my colleagues – with one notable exception.
One of my team members is an extremely talented individual, but he’s impossible to work with. He frequently makes inappropriate and insulting jokes about co-workers, and some of his work contains subtle digs at members of our team.
Whenever I gently try to tell him that his comments aren’t appreciated, he sarcastically thanks me for my contribution as a “junior employee,” and suggests it’s not my place to take issue with his behaviour. However, our manager seems hesitant to discipline him because he’s seen as irreplaceable. Whenever I raise an issue about his behaviour, our manager says he’ll talk to my co-worker, but nothing ever changes.
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Thursday, February 6th, 2014
If professional training in Workplace Bullying is on your bucket list for 2014, you have one week to put down a deposit to hold your seat in any of four remaining Workplace Bullying University® sessions in April, June, August or November. Discount is $1,000; deposit is $600; tuition is $2,600. Offer expires Friday Feb. 14.
Designed for nurses, union officers, counselors, social workers, academics, physicians, researchers, psychotherapists, attorneys, trainers, individuals transitioning to new careers, HR, and new advocates.
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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