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Cyberbullying at Work – and Beyond

14th November 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

With anti-bullying week taking place from 14 – 18 November 2022, it’s the ideal time to have conversations about this difficult and often sensitive topic. In particular, we’ll be exploring how bullying behaviours manifest in the online world of work – also known as cyberbullying.

With the increase in remote and hybrid working, boundaries between work and home have become increasingly blurred, which influences the way in which we behave online. What can we do to keep ourselves and each other safe? What are organisations doing to keep their employees, and their reputation, safe? What about those people who have experienced bullying, that may have moved from the workplace to online? Are we vigilant in our awareness of how bullying translates into cyberbullying behaviours in the workplace? What are the differences? What are the influences? What is the impact? How do we stay safe in an increasingly virtual world?

Join Nicki Eyre from Conduct Change to explore these issues on Monday 14 November from 12pm – 1pm.

Nicki Eyre – Bio

Having experienced bullying in a previous organisation, Nicki knows first-hand the impact of a toxic relationship. Since that time, she has dedicated her career to raising awareness of the impact of bullying as well as offering practical and pragmatic solutions to organisations who want to improve the way that they handle bullying and toxic behaviour. 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, coach, trainer, and speaker.

Conduct Change was established in 2019 by Nicki Eyre and offers business consultancy, training and coaching about workplace bullying and the need for behavioural change in the workplace. Nicki is an advocate of building a workplace which is psychologically safe, with a particular interest in tackling workplace bullying as part of an overall approach to improving workplace culture and wellbeing.

She’s also the Chief Campaigning Officer for the Stop Hurt at Work campaign which is currently focusing on raising awareness and seeking formal recognition of workplace bullying as a problem that injures individuals and damages organisations.

Please note that this event is currently for Clinical School staff only.  You can sign up to attend this webinar, here.


14th November 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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