Women Bullying Women: What You Need to Know & How to Stop It
Workplace bullying kills morale, lowers productivity, increases turnover rates and brings collaboration to a screeching halt.
Shockingly, statistics show that most women feel bullied by other women.
Research published in Development and Learning in Organizations found that 70% of female executives feel that they’ve been bullied by other females in the workplace and it has negatively impacted their professional development.
How do we put an end to this trend and create a workplace where women can stand up, support one another and build each other up - instead of tearing one another down?
For these answers and more, join us for a live workshop on December 10th to:
- Identify female-to-female bullying in your organization and bullyproof your workplace
- Create a proactive approach to targeting, drama and tension before it derails your team
- Minimize the damage caused by hostile work environments
- Avoid legal ramifications or harassment claims from uprooting team dynamics
Stop the toxic pattern of female bullying in its tracks
- Know what to look for on your team, for yourself or as a bystander
- Make a plan to protect your employees, coworkers or yourself from being targeted
- Stop hostility from halting professional growth, lowering morale and stalling progress
Identify subtle (and not so subtle) ways women act differently towards one another
- Don’t let bad behavior go unnoticed: what to do before mistrust and tension spreads
- Protect yourself and your team from the damaging effects of workplace drama
- Explore the impact that bullying has on organizations, teams and individuals
Keep yourself, your employees and your organization safe: Avoid things getting out of hand
- Alleviate tension and put an end to hostility before it escalates to harassment
- Stay out of legal trouble by taking a proactive approach to workplace hostility
- Create a culture that supports women, cultivates trust and builds others up
About the Speaker
Dr. Susan Strauss is an international speaker, trainer and consultant. Her areas of expertise include education, workplace harassment, discrimination, bullying, organizational development, and leadership development. Her clients are from healthcare, education, business, law, and government organizations from both the public and private sector.
- Susan conducts discrimination and bullying investigations, works as an expert witness for education and workplace harassment and bullying lawsuits, and coaches those managers and employees that need assistance in stopping their misconduct
- Dr. Strauss has authored over 30 books, contributions and articles. She has been featured on 20/20, CBS Evening News, and other television and radio programs as well as interviewed for newspaper and journal articles.
- Susan holds a doctorate in organizational leadership.
Don’t let “Mean Girls: Workplace Edition” derail productivity, cost you talented employees or create a toxic environment. Join us for strategies to stop bullying in your organization, alleviate tension on your team and accelerate women forward.