There's a Bully at My Work...Now What?

Start Date
Recorded :
Tue May 6 at 08:00 am EST
Subject Area
Subject Area:
Meets For
Meets For:
1Session(s)
Award: Attend LIVE for a chance to win a Gold Parker Retractable Ballpoint Pen!!
Languages
Language:
English
$20 USD Public
This class is Recorded
Visa Master card American Express Paypal
About This Class
Languages
Language
English
Certifications
Certifications
No records
Certification
Certification
Attend LIVE for a chance to win a Gold Parker Retractable Ballpoint Pen!!
Description
Bullying and employee engagement don’t mix. Bullying is one person intimidating or threatening another in a disrespectful, dominating, or cruel manner. Bullies tend to put performance results ahead of all other considerations including respect and trust. Bullies think about themselves and not about others. Aggressiveness is action without regard to others. It’s an “I win and you lose” strategy. Assertiveness is action with a “win-win” strategy. Employee engagement can only grow in a culture that discourages and prevents bullying while encouraging collaboration, respect, and effective relationships with win-win communications.

In this one hour webinar participants will learn:
See All
Class Details and Calendar
Class Details
  • Recorded :
    Tue May 6 at 08:00 am EST
  • Total :
    1 Session(s)
  • Remaining :
    0 Session(s)
  • Max attendees :
    5,000
  • Currently Enrolled
    23
Class Schedule
Session Name
Start Date
There's a Bully at My Work...Now What?
60 Minute Session
Tue May 6 at 07:00 am EST
About Creator
Wally Hauck holds a doctorate in organizational leadership from Warren National University, a Master of Business Administration in finance from Iona College, and a bachelor's degree in philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Certified Speaking Professional and since 1996 his consulting firm, Optimum Leadership, has consulted with dozens of organizations and coached hundreds of individuals in improving leadership skills to boost employee engagement and performance. Wally also holds an adjunct professor position for Organizational Change and Development at the University of New Haven in the Department of Industrial Organizational Psychology.
Learners Enrolled