UNITED AGAINST WORKPLACE BULLYING 

virtual conference 

16-20 November 2020

Join us during anti-bullying week 2020 for a week of live talks with expert panelists sharing ideas and answering your questions, alongside a mix of webinars and people who have experienced workplace bullying courageously sharing their stories.

40+ SPEAKERS

We are extremely honoured to have an amazing line-up .... meet our speakers... 

 

Programme of events 

Together, we need to have open conversations to raise awareness of the harmful effects of workplace bullying on both organisations and their employees, and accept that there is a need for change. For this conference, we are bringing together experts, influencers and practitioners from the business world and beyond, to share ideas, thoughts and experiences to help us all move closer to our goals.

Delegates will enjoy access to all keynote presentations and Panels and will be able to post questions.

They will also have unlimited access to recordings of all Keynotes, Panels, Webinars, Stories of Courage and Supplier Showcases for 30 days after the event.

Delegate Rates:

  • Business £75

  • Charities/Not for Profit £55

  • Individual £45

 

We will be exploring:

  • What can we do differently to support prevention and  resolution of workplace bullying?

  • Awareness of the harmful effects of workplace bullying on both organisations and their employees

  • Is legislation working?

  • Starting the conversations - how do we get boards and senior management to talk about bullying?

  • Challenging the Norm – how do you influence behaviour beyond your own business?

  • Essential insights to Organisational Interventions that Heal rather than Harm

  • Supporting Employee wellbeing

  • The Bullied Target

  • What if the prevention of bullying behaviours was at the heart of culture change?

  • Is mediation the solution to workplace bullying?

  • When do interventions work for the organisation?

  • Creating braver workplaces – the importance of psychological safety and emotional intelligence in speaking up

  • Cyberbullying: societal influences on organisational culture

SUPPLIER SHOWCASES

Delegates will have exclusive access to the Supplier Showcases with special conference deals* available from our exhibitors, and access to downloadable resources*. 
 

*at supplier discretion

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