TrainingBytes® Bullying in the Workplace

Understanding Workplace Bullying & Abusive Conduct

Bullying is repetitive, aggressive behavior. It can be physical, verbal, or social...and creates an imbalance of power through intimidation. Abusive conduct or bullying behaviors can include...pushing, shoving, or invasion of space, persistent, repetitive insults, teasing or taunting, constant criticism, rumors, humiliation or ridicule. These behaviors should never be tolerated. This unacceptable conduct can bring your entire team down. When one person is bullied, it creates stress for the target along with other team members who might witness the behavior.

Learning Paths & Details

Competencies

  • Ensuring Professional and Compliant Behavior
  • Keeping a Safe Workplace
  • Managing Risk

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TitleTypeTime/PagesLanguage
Bullying in the Workplace
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette03:13 min EnglishDemo
Bullying in the Workplace
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Workshop Material2 pages EnglishDemo

Additional Information

Bullying and abusive conduct can lead to...harm to physical or emotional health, loss of self-confidence, isolation and fear. It can also reduce your organization’s productivity. Long-term bullying can cause you to lose valuable team members, damage professional reputations, and even hurt your company’s reputation or its relationships with customers.
If bullying is reported to you or you observe it happening, it is your responsibility as a leader to take action by addressing it immediately.


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