Founder, Conduct Change
Nicki Eyre, Founder and Director of Conduct Change, has experienced both opportunity and adversity during her career, including her own experience of feeling bullied at work. She recognises the scale of the problem at both an organisational and individual level and is able to bring her wealth of experience to her role as a consultant, 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, with a mission to end workplace bullying through the development of meaningful prevention activities for organisations to ensure that everyone feels heard, valued and respected in the workplace.
She also leads the work of the Stop Hurt at Work campaign as they research and campaign for the implementation of effective routes to redress for individuals, both in terms of approach and legislation, as well as supporting individuals to move on when they are struggling emotionally.
She has spoken at events both in the UK and internationally through a range of media from events to podcasts; national radio interviews to BBC Ideas documentary; as keynote speaker and as a panel member.
Nicki is a Member of the International Association on Workplace Bullying & Harassment, and was recently invited to become a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in recognition of her work in this area.
Contact Nicki if you would like her to speak at your event.
The Need to address workplace bullying
At Conduct Change, our mission is to end workplace bullying through the development of meaningful prevention activities for employers and the implementation of effective routes to redress for employees. Nicki shares her own experiences and how they led her to believe that it was time to challenge current practice and legislation around workplace bullying.
Creating a healthy cyber-culture
Most employees have witnessed or experienced some kind of workplace bullying or harassment in their careers, and around 30% have experienced cyber-bullying according to 2018 figures. With reduced physical interaction and more or our working lives moving online creating a healthy cyber-culture for your workplace is a critical consideration.
Conduct - the Foundation of Culture
Conduct drives culture. The foundation of culture is the way in which everyone, and particularly the leaders, conduct themselves. Prevention of bullying behaviours should be at the heart of any culture shift with value-led behaviours modelled by leaders and embedded throughout the organisation.
Qualifications and training
LeaderFactor 4 Stages of Psychological Safety™ Certified Coach and Trainer
LeaderFactor EQometer™ Certified Coach
ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring
mBIT Certified Coach
Equine Facilitated Coaching Certificate
Post Graduate Certificate in Education
BA Hons Behaviour in Organisations
Fellow of Royal Society of Arts
Member of International Association on Workplace Bullying & Harassment IAWBH (see www.iawbh.org/)