Genuine bullying is a serious problem, as is the fear that managing poor or under performance will be construed as bullying or harassment
Managers and leaders are often concerned by the difference between reasonable management actions and bullying. The result can be that workplace underperformance may not managed and productivity suffers, as managers worry about being cited in a bullying and harassment claim.
There are many different perceptions of what bullying and harassment is and if not resolved promptly and effectively it can be damaging and costly.
This workshop focusses on understanding what bullying is and isn't and provides you with the skills and confidence to robustly address performance problems and successfully manage conflict situations
We will focus on recognised models and will apply that with a really practical focus to give you tools, techniques and skills that you can use immediately in your workplace. You will leave the day with a clear action plan on how to utilise your learning within your organisation.