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UNITED AGAINST WORKPLACE BULLYING 

UAWB 2022 will be held online during anti-bullying week 2022 for 3 days with live talks from expert speakers from around the world. 

15 - 17 November 2022

All conference content will be recorded

and available to delegates only.

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ALL PROCEEDS will be USED TO SUPPORT THE work of the #stophurtatwork project, FROM CAMPAIGNING TO SUPPORTING INDIVIDUALS THROUGH THE MOVING ON PROGRAMME

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Solutions for a Sector - The Film & TV Industry

Bullying when it's a Hidden Disability

Kate explains the impact of workplace bullying when someone has a hidden disbailty.  Kate is neurodivergent herself and brings her lived experience of dyspraxia and ADHD to her work. She also brings many of the strengths associated with these neurodivergent conditions such as passion, empathy, problem solving and hyperfocus.

Readiness and its relevance to Workplace Bullying

Chloë shares her approach to improving the effectiveness of workplace bullying interventions through assessing organisational readiness pre-intervention. Posited firmly in the 'pracademic' realm, Chloë is highly motivated to translate her research into feasible and practicable actions that seek to effectively prevent and reduce this incredibly damaging form of behaviour. 

Creating Healthy Work Culture

Lisa shares how she is helping business leaders to look at how to lower sickness absence and turnover just by thinking about their ‘people experience’ within the workplace.  A happy and healthy workplace is driven directly by good employee engagement and you cannot achieve that if you have a toxic culture centred around workplace bullying and harassment.  

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Essentials of Psychological Safety

One of the most significant discoveries in the field of team development is the role of Psychological Safety, identified as the single biggest factor that correlates to high performing teams. Since then, psychological safety has also been found crucial for inclusion, innovation and culture. 89% of employees now believe that psychological safety is essential. 


But what exactly is Psychological Safety? This session will demystify and help you understand the essentials of WHAT it is, WHY we need psychological safety (especially in this new reality), and HOW to build a culture of psychological safety.

Safeguarding and the Connections to Bullying & Harassment

Tammy is currently working on numerous projects helping people to both recognise the connection between Safeguarding and Bullying and Harassment and prevent and respond effectively. Tammy’s recommendations are always proportionate, relatable, values-led and achievable. If we want to make real change, we need to ensure it’s possible within our current circumstance.

The Bullied Brain - Insights and Strategies to improve brain health at work

Naomi blends 20 years of Learning & Development and Coaching Consultancy with academic research in Applied Neuroscience to bring brain research to life in the workplace. In this talk, she’ll make a case for why the emerging research into brain health, mental health and wellbeing supports an urgent strategy to address workplace bullying.  

What will the workplace bully landscape look like post Covid-19?

Campaigning for Change - what can we do differently?