Valerie Cade, author of “Bully Free at Work: What You Can Do to Stop Workplace Bullying Now!,” will be at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, on Wednesday, Dec. 1, to present two free workshops for faculty and staff. Her visit is being hosted by the Provost’s Office.
The first workshop, “Bully Free at Work: Information and Inspiration to Help You Stop Workplace Bullying,” will be held from 8 to 9:30 a.m. The second workshop, “Bully Free at Work: Information and Implementation to Help You Stop Workplace Bullying — What to Do and How to Do It,” will be held from 9:50 a.m. to noon. Both sessions will be held in the Carolyn P. Brown Memorial University Center Auditorium.
Employees can attend either or both workshops.
Those who plan to attend are asked to take a short confidential survey to help Cade customize her presentation for UT. To access the survey go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/53KDSD6.
Cade is considered one of North America’s top experts on workplace bullying.
She said that at least one out of six people have reported being bullied at work. One-fourth of those will suffer greatly with long‐term side effects, but only 11 percent of bullying victims will go to their manager for help. Research has shown that higher education is one of the industries where workplace bullying is most likely to occur.
A Canadian management consultant and professional speaker, Cade has delivered keynotes and training sessions throughout North America, Europe, China and Russia for 15 years. Maclean’s magazine says her book is “ground breaking in terms of creating accountable corporate policy throughout North America to stop bullying in the workplace.”
Cade’s book will be available for purchase at both sessions.
For more information about Cade and “Bully Free at Work,” see http://www.bullyfreeatwork.com/blog/.