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A Broken System - Why our Workplace Bullying procedures don't work

A Broken System - Why our Workplace Bullying procedures don't work

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Workplace Bullying - not my problem?

Workplace Bullying - not my problem?

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Moving On from Workplace Bullying – is it possible?

Moving On from Workplace Bullying – is it possible?

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What does having a psychologically safe workplace actually mean?

What does having a psychologically safe workplace actually mean?

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ESG & Workplace Behaviours: Is your Social agenda hitting the mark?

ESG & Workplace Behaviours: Is your Social agenda hitting the mark?

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Conduct Change with Nicki Eyre

Conduct Change with Nicki Eyre

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BBC Ideas: How to tell if you're being bullied at work

There's no legal definition of bullying - so how do you know if you are being bullied?

Both Nicki Eyre, Founder of Conduct Change, and Jessica Rowson from Oakwood Solicitors were proud to be invited to participate in this film.

Made by Silverfish Films, 16 September 2022

 

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BBC Radio 4: Dirty Work

In this documentary, which features Nicki Eyre's own experiences, Matthew Taylor is putting bullying in the spotlight.

 

Matthew Taylor is the Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation, author of the Taylor Review into Modern Workplace Practices, and has spent many years thinking about creating safer environments for the future of our workforce. Despite his extensive grounding in tackling workplace culture, when he fell victim to poor treatment at work, it took him a long time to realise that what he was experiencing was bullying. Anxiety, self-doubt and isolation meant that he never did anything about it at the time, but it set him on a path of thinking about this prevalent and hidden issue. 

 

Is bullying an inevitable part of a stressful and high-pressure work environment or is the fundamental way many workplaces are organised and managed a breeding ground for bullying? Matthew examines how work culture and the law could radically change to help prevent it. 

 

A Novel production for BBC Radio 4

March 2022

Podcasts

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Inclusion Bites: Challenging the Toxicity of Bullying

Exploring the damaging effects of workplace bullying, Nicki Eyre and Joanne Lockwood delve into the necessity of recognition, accountability, and collective action for a more inclusive and supportive work environment.

 

October 2023

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28 Bullying Behaviours and the Role of Self Awareness 

On this episode of The Knowing Self Knowing Others Podcast, we dive into the complex topics of bullying behaviors and harassment in the workplace with guests Nicki Eyre and Jonathan Wilson.  

 

August 2023

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Let's Get Physiological Podcast Episode 10

Bullying in Academia

Jelke Boesten - Gender and Development at King's College London and co-author of the paper ‘Bullying and Harassment in Research and Innovation Environments’ talks about the research specifically looking into bullying in academia alongside Nicki Eyre, who offers her expertise around workplace bullying in general and provides some more practical advice as to how people can deal with bullying at work. 

 

August 2023

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Conflict Managed: Workplace Bullying

Have you been bullied at work? According to a 2021 survey from WBI, 30% of the American workforce report being bullied at work. Workplace bullying can rob people of their job satisfaction and effectiveness, leading some to suffer great and sustained p