Workplace Bullying: How To Identify & Stamp Out
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About the Event
Workplace Bullying: How To Identify & Stamp Out is part of the People, Culture & Tech Webinar and Podcast series, hosted by Paul Church, Managing Director of the Interquest Group.
Bullying in the workplace is still unfortunately rife. It is a common problem yet not commonly spoken about and thus, the problem continues.
Join my speakers and I as we discuss how businesses can identify workplace bullying, how to handle it, how to stamp it out and how to create a culture which protects against it.
Jessica Rowson, Head of Psychiatric Injury & Director at Oakwood Solicitors
Jessica is a specialist lawyer in the niche legal field of stress at work cases with a particular interest in cases involving matters of workplace bullying. She hopes that by supporting her clients in taking legal action against their employers that companies will become better educated and informed on the importance of good mental health in the workplace and avoid the likelihood of future workplace disputes from arising.
In 2019, she obtained a TQUK Level 2 Certificate in awareness of Mental Health Problems and is also a qualified Mental Health First Aider. Jessica also recently contributed her expertise to a BBC documentary. This one-off special highlighted daily workplace interactions and asked a group of 18-30 year-olds whether the behaviours displayed could be deemed as bullying and sexual harassment at work.
Nicki Eyre, Founder & Director of Conduct Change
Nicki Eyre had a varied career before becoming a coach, working in finance before moving into education and training roles with senior management experience in the public, private and charity sectors. During her career, she has experienced both opportunity and adversity, including her own experience of feeling bullied at work, and is able to bring this wealth of experience to her role as a coach, speaker and trainer.
She founded Conduct Change as a result of her passion for working with individuals and businesses to prevent and resolve workplace bullying. Their mission is to end workplace bullying through the development of meaningful prevention activities for organisations and the implementation of effective routes to redress for individuals. She leads the work of the Advisory Board as they strive to ensure that everyone feels heard, valued and respected in the workplace.