These two training courses will provide your managers, supervisors and employees with the necessary tools needed to deal with workplace bullying by providing practical solutions. (DVD or Video Streaming)
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Have respect and good manners begun to slip in your workplace? Is rude behavior becoming the norm?
Bullies often act just under the radar, denying their hostile intent or shrugging off their behaviors as humorous or insignificant. Yet, the constant tension they create—and the way their harmful activities tend to build over time—not only damages the individual targets of their behavior but also the work-group as a whole.
That’s why you need to bring bullying out into the open. So you can deal with it directly and put an end to it.
These brand new releases are intended to do just that.
The Hidden Costs of Bullying
Sometimes high performers get away with bullying even though the harm they cause far outweighs their accomplishments. Bullying reduces engagement and productivity, increases absenteeism and turnover, and adds stress that damages health. The costs of bullying are never justified, no matter how “irreplaceable” the bully may seem. As for any bullies who may be watching: this video clearly shows that mistreating a fellow employee makes you look bad in the eyes of others and will not be tolerated in your workplace.
What do you do if you’re the supervisor or manager of a problem employee? What if you are the target of bullying behavior, yourself? Or if you are accused of acting like a bully?
As a manager, it’s up to you to be a role model. You need to insist on being treated respectfully yourself, and you need to provide a safe and respectful atmosphere for your people.
Sure, it takes courage to confront a disruptive team member. And, yes, you may be tempted to look the other way when a star performer is the one who is behaving badly. Or when under-performing employees disappoint you again and again—well, it’s admittedly tough not to treat them harshly yourself.
This brand new release tackles these issues head on, providing practical solutions that help you put an end to bullying behavior in your subordinates— and find new ways to deal with your own frustrations so that you don’t end up looking like the bad guy.