Stopping Workplace Bullying

Withholding information. Undermining a coworker. Starting rumors. Scapegoating. Backstabbing. Infighting. Workplace bullying comes in many forms, and most managers don’t know what to do.

When: Wednesday, May 18, 2011, 1 to 2 p.m. ET
Where: Your computer
Speaker: Linda Steffens, MSN, RN, CCRN, a nurse manager at Delnor Community Hospital, Geneva, IL
Who should attend: Anyone who has been bullied, seen someone bullied, or might be a bully
Cost: Free

The live event is now closed. View the archived version below to learn how to stop workplace bullying.

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Find out more about workplace bullying and how managers, coworkers, and bullies can prevent it:

Identify Workplace Bullies
Get to know the characteristics and game plans of two common bully types.

Are You Committing Lateral Violence?
Find out what actions can be misconstrued as acts of aggression and disrespect.

How to Deal With a Bully
Learn strategies to defuse bullies by managing your own reaction.

Protect Employees From Bullying
Find information on corporate responsibility and international laws to curb corporate bullying practices.

See what’s next on our webinar schedule.

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