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Ultimate Survival Guide for (Good) Managers: Protecting Yourself from Unfair Bullying Charges
Date:April 17, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
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Educational Webcast on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
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“Beware the bully boss!”, “seven ways to spot a bully boss during a job interview!”, “Ten strategies for dealing with your abusive boss!” – These are just some of the articles you will find on a weekly and even daily basis in many print and online publications.
As the term ‘workplace bullying‘ becomes increasingly anchored in everyday language, people are quicker to label some legitimate managerial activities as bullying. And in an increasingly bully-saturated landscape, some employees have become increasingly militant in exercising their rights, even when no real harm was intended or done.
The good news is that this heightened awareness will serve as a welcome vehicle for curbing the behaviour of managers who indeed are bullies. The bad news is that it may also result in creating an altogether new kind of risk: hard-working, decent managers may find themselves unfairly charged with bullying, thereby triggering a set of negative repercussions for themselves and the organization.
The time is now for good managers to begin defending themselves from unnecessary accusations that derail the organizational agenda (and the manager’s own ability to do their job). This powerful session will reveal the top three situations that get managers into trouble in an ever-changing landscape. Sharone will outline a clear roadmap and industrial-strength strategies for establishing a proactive leadership style that will prevent these false accusations from getting triggered in the first place. As a result, HR professionals who participate in this session will be able to provide wise counsel to their internal clients well before problems present themselves. Managers who participate in the session will breathe a deep sigh of relief as their acquire their reliable ‘ultimate guide for preventing bullying accusations’!
Who Should Participate
o HR Professionals at all level o People-managers at all organizational levels, in unionized and non-unionized environments
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What You Will Learn
o Why managers are (and will increasingly be) vulnerable to unfair accusations of bullying behaviour o The three most common situations that can inadvertently get even the best manager into real trouble o How to use the principles of ‘Perceived Justice’ as a protective shield against unnecessary bullying allegations o The Thee C’s that (good) managers can follow to ensure that they are never charged with bullying
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