The files attached to this video series include handouts that supplement the material covered and worksheets to help viewers get started. Viewers can reference them while watching or download them later when they are ready to begin.
- To help you implement some of these strategies we're going to discuss, I've included some exercise files and handouts for you to use along the way. I've included a worksheet to help you determine the costs of workplace bullying in your organization. I've also included some sample questions for you to get started in your prevalence audit. You can also download worksheets to help you plan out your script for stepping in and standing up to a bully as well as setting behavioral expectations for employees. I also provided some ideas on how to get employees talking about a more positive workplace and a list of action items you can take with your staff immediately to build a positive workplace.
I encourage you to download these files and follow along as we go through the course.
She defines the key differences between conflict, harassment, and bullying, and helps you assess the prevalence of bullying in your organization. You'll learn the importance of stepping in to stop it, and coaching those identified as bullies. Catherine also highlights the role leadership plays in exemplifying the right behavior and being transparent about supporting a healthy workplace. To create a positive workplace that's free from bullying, she suggests a healthy workplace corporate policy, tying positive behavior to corporate values, ongoing training, and the use of performance management.
- Differentiate between bullying, conflict, and a tough boss.
- Describe a prevalence assessment.
- Explain why it’s okay to step in when you witness bullying.
- Recognize how a social vision guides cultural change in the workplace.
- Summarize what a training program to combat workplace bullying should look like.