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Anyone in management at all levels Human Resources generalists, managers, directors Women and men

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Overview

Are women really each other's worse enemy or is it just a myth and a stereotype? What does the research show about women's hostility to other women, sometimes called bullying, in the workplace? Bullying is a learned behavior that gets fine-tuned during our school years. Girls and women tend to bully using more subtle nuanced types of tactics that are relationship-based. Men's ways of bullying tend to be more aggressive. Is female to female bullying an issue that deserves attention apart from general workplace bullying?

Why should you attend?

Some do not believe there is a difference in the ways men and women bully, and if there is, what is the big deal. They may be right. The research suggests, however, that the two genders do tend to bully using some different tactics. Because women's ways of bullying are generally subtler, managers may not recognize it as bullying and ignore the behavior thereby giving tacit approval for it to continue. This leads to poor morale, lack of trust in management, poor performance, absenteeism and turnover. This webinar discusses the phenomenon - or lack thereof- of women's hostility to other women, outlines what one should do if bullied, and discusses management's role in the prevention and intervention of the behavior.

Areas Covered in the Session:

To describe women's ways of bullying
To discuss the theoretical causes and contributing factors of women's bulling
To determine if bullying could be illegal harassment
To explore the impact of women bullying their colleagues
To identify management's role in the prevention and intervention of women's bullying
To list the steps to take if targeted by a bully


Speaker Profile :

Susan is Keynote Speaker at Ijona Skills. She has worked as a registered nurse (RN) in a variety of nursing specialties. She has also been the director of healthcare quality improvement, director of education and development, and held other healthcare leadership roles. One of Dr. Strauss's areas of expertise is with bullying and harassment in healthcare- working as an expert witness for lawsuits, training, and conducting investigations.

Contact Info :

Ijona Skills

https://www.ijonaskills.us

Email : support@ijonaskills.us

Phone : +1 302-830-3132

Practical Info

Single Attendee: [Only for one participant]
$179 (Live) $275 (Live + Recorded)

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