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Creating a Positive and Empowering Workplace Training

Bullying and Harassment creates an unhappy and unproductive workplace which can result in poor morale and poor performance. With 1 in 3 employees reporting they had been bullied at work and over 18 million working days every year lost due to bullying, it is a major issue that needs addressing. Our training programme can help.

Some of our courses can contribute to your professional development hours for the year. Please see each course individually for approximate durations.

For further information or to book one of our training sessions for your organisation, please contact us. Please see our 'Upcoming Training Courses' page for open courses run for individuals.

Positive Behaviour in the Workplace

It is important that employees  understand the fundamentals of workplace bullying and harassment and  are aware of the role they play in creating a respectful, anti-bullying working environment. This interactive, training includes:

  • Understanding workplace bullying and harassment
  • How to recognise covert forms of bullying behaviour
  • Recognising bullying behaviour in yourself and others
  • Why people bully?
  • The effects of bullying to the individual
  • The effects of bullying to the organisation
  • What to do if you are being bullied
  • What to do if you are accused of bullying

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Dealing Effectively with Bullying and Harassment

Increasing the understanding of bullying and harassment for those with managerial responsibility is vital and our interactive training will help. It also explores current legislation and how to implement the organisation’s anti-bullying policy. This session includes:

  • Understanding workplace bullying and harassment
  • How to identify the forms of bullying (what is and what isn’t)
  • Strong management and bullying – the difference
  • The ‘costs’ of bullying to individuals, the organisation and colleagues
  • The manager’s role in dealing with bullying
  • The Law and current legislation
  • Implementing your anti-bullying policy

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A Guide to Mentoring

Mentoring is fundamental in helping people to develop more effectively. It is a relationship between two people designed to build confidence and support the mentee so they are able to take control of their own professional and personal development. This session will enable participants to:

  • Develop an understanding of Mentoring Skills
  • Have a clear understanding of the role of a Mentor
  • Learn how to form a Mentoring Relationship
  • Know how to structure and manage a Mentoring session
  • Discuss boundaries in a Mentoring relationship

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Understanding and Exploring Bullying for Professionals

School staff, youth workers, counsellors and other child care professionals will undoubtedly find themselves dealing with incidents of bullying and conflict. Developing a fuller awareness of how bullying can manifest, how it can be prevented and how it should be dealt with, will help both sufferers and perpetrators disengage from the bullying cycle. This informative training session will:

  • Identify bullying behaviours
  • Identify the differences between Bullying Vs Relational Conflict
  • Challenge why bullies bully
  • Explore the wider effects of bullying
  • Discuss the importance of engaging with parents and young people
  • Help participants Understand Responsibilities and Legislation

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Need to talk?

If you are being bullied or are concerned about someone who is, you can receive help and support from one of our trained Mentors through our e-mentoring service.

If you would like a Mentor to email you, please contact: mentorsonline@bulliesout.com

If you would rather speak to someone over the telephone, you can call Childline on: 0800 1111

For any community-related issues, such as anti-social behaviour, we would suggest contacting your landlord, the local police or your local environmental health department (where applicable), as we are unable to deal with these types of complaints.