This webinar will define workplace bullying, provide participants with tools to combat it, and introduce ideas for creating and maintaining a bullying-free library. The program will focus on internal relationships, such as those between peers, supervisors and staff, and board members and staff, but discussion and questions about bullying from patrons will also be welcome.
Registrants are invited to include topics they would like to be addressed during the program in the space provided on the registration form or by emailing Susan D'Entremont at email@example.com. Topics submitted by November 30 will get priority. All topics and questions submitted prior to the program will remain anonymous. There will also be time for live Q&A during the program.
The program will be recorded, but the recording will only be available to program registrants.
About the Presenter:
Loraleigh Keashly is a Professor in the Department of Communication at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Her research, teaching, and consulting focus on conflict and conflict resolution at the interpersonal, group, intergroup, and organizational levels. Her main research focus is the nature, effects, and amelioration of uncivil and bullying behaviors in the workplace. She has been a consultant to organizations and an expert witness on cases of workplace bullying and hostility.