"Bullying in the Workplace - Implications and Solutions"
presented by: Judith DeVries, Challenger Gray & Christmas
Recent statistics have shown that one out of six individuals have been bullied at some point during their careers. Workplace bullying is three times as prevalent as illegal discrimination, and is now considered more common than sexual harassment. Bullying needs to be viewed as a type of non-physical violence and be addressed with clarity of word and action. Individuals need not remain victims nor do the Human Resources professionals that must deal with the consequences of this behavior.
Upon completion of the webinar, HR professionals will gain understanding of:
- The differences between bullying and harassment
- What are the impacts on victims and costs to the organization?
- Recognize barriers to success in changes for bullies and their victims
- Practical strategies for dealing with offenders
HRCI - Approved 1.0 General Credit
SHRM - Pre-approved for 1.0 Credit.
Complimentary for Detroit SHRM Members
$25 for Non-Members of Detroit SHRM
Cancellations must be received in writing to email@example.com by October 31st. Refunds for non-members cannot be issued for cancellations received after this date; however, substitutions for another person to attend in your place are gladly accepted.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Judith DeVries is Director of Learning for Challenger Business and Executive Coaching. She has had an extensive career in adult education in the profit and nonprofit sectors, operations management, customer relationship management, sales training, and social work to the team. She has worked for national and global companies in the pharmaceutical, testing and assessment and retail sectors. Her areas of expertise include responsibility for client service operations, sales training, targeting industry new business development and corporate policies and procedures. She has held high-ranking positions, including Director of Client Services and Software Conversion and Implementation Training Director. She served as a founding board member of Hospice of North Carolina and on the national board of that organization. She also has experience in grant writing and adult education in both the university field and non-profit organizations. She is a frequent presenter on the topic of Bullying in the Workplace.