Managing Workplace Bullying – For Employers and Managers

Standard Course: 2 days of face to face training with practical activities to complete.

This course is suitable for employers, managers, line managers and supervisors who wish to better deal with bullying in the workplace.  It provides a radical new way to rapidly end cycles of dominance and intimidation.  Through case studies, participants learn how others have successfully overcome bullying. This is supported by simple, practical strategies that can be applied in the face of imposing, abusive or dominant behaviours. Employers and managers will be equipped with knowledge and skills for dealing with difficult people and tools to empower staff who are experiencing bullying.

This groundbreaking training shares examples of bullying and intimidation, sheds light on how to understand the causes of bullying and importantly, how to end the cycle.  Participants will walk away with a valuable and deep insight into the bully/victim dynamic and the tools and mechanisms to improve engagement and communication in the workplace.

  • Understanding bullying
  • The different faces of bullying
  • The bully/victim dynamic
  • Ending the pattern of bullying
  • Dealing with difficult people
  • Tools and techniques
Pre-Requisites: There are no pre-requisites
Outcomes:  On successful completion of this course, participants will be issued a statement of attendance
Course Delivery: The course is conducted at the PCYC Nambour, Youth Avenue, QLD. Upon arrangement, training and courses can be conducted on-site at the premises of corporate clients.
Payment Option: Full payment for the course must be made at the time of booking. For further information please contact LT Training:
Students will be provided with electronic and hard copy study guides and assessments to assist learning. Additionally, they will be provided with electronic templates for future use.  All participants will receive a copy of the book ‘From Bullied to Brilliant’. Dedicated signed copies available on request.