Surviving Workplace Bullying
Workplace bullying is on the rise with 96% of people claiming to have experienced it - VitalSmarts Report.
Whatever the form, the impact is severe, destructive and may fall on the spectrum of psychopathic behaviour.
Bullying affects the overall "health" of an organisation. An "unhealthy" workplace can have many effects. In general these include:
Increased costs for employee assistance programs, recruitment, etc.
Decreased productivity and motivation
Reduced corporate image and customer confidence
Poor customer service
This one day workshop aims to close some gaps in understanding the bully in the workplace and provides tools for dealing with damaging, frustrating and confusing behaviours of others from both a systemic and an individual approach.
More about our facilitator, Lauren Davis
Lauren is a clinical psychologist and accredited Time To ThinkTM coach. She consults mainly in the corporate world with a focus on personal, team, leadership and organisational effectiveness. She has worked with numerous executive and senior leadership teams across multiple industries.
Lauren believes that her clinical psychology background brings added value to the corporate world where her knowledge and continuous study of human behaviour enables her to provide insight into supporting and guiding employees and leaders in the business world to move towards finding their purpose, unleashing their passion, fulfilling their potential and optimising, their performance.
What others have said...
"The content was eye-opening, eye-popping and helpful. Lauren was a down-to-earth, yet dynamic, entertaining and interactive presenter!"
- Ian Campbell, TAH
"Lauren is a dynamic presenter and facilitator. She is a subject matter expert and shares the information in an interesting and informative manner. Whether one has an HR background or is from the psychological profession or is a person in business or an employee, the workshop will add much value to one's understanding of corporate bullies and the impact that they have on oneself and others.”
- Sandra van den Ordel, JvR Consulting
"Very good, useful, very practical."
- Greg Groenmeyer, Sanlam
Our recommendation is that this should be run as part of your in-house management development curriculumv at a venue and on a date that is convenient for you!