Questions Covered

Successful project delivery can be a challenge under normal circumstances.  However, at times, some organizational stakeholders can add unnecessary pressure to harass, intimidate, and threaten resources to get their way or leverage their power, influence, and control to achieve their objectives.  This session addresses: the challenges of working on a project with a workplace bully, the impact that bullying can have on successful project delivery; strategies to minimize bullying behavior.

Learn about workplace bullying and its negative impact on successful project delivery.

Learning Objectives​

Workplace Bullying: Impacts to Successful Project Delivery

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  • Is workplace bullying similar to bullying is schools?
  • Do workers have legal protection from bullying?
  • What types of workplace bullying are used?
  • Is workplace bullying an effective leadership tool?
  • What impact does workplace bullying have on successful project delivery?
  • What can and/or should be done if workplace bullying is witnessed?
  • What assistance can be provided to help a workplace bully?
  • Which costs can be attributed to workplace bullying?

Workplace bullying can negatively impact successful project delivery, which can result in shortcuts, hidden information, and deception.

Unresolved workplace bullying can be costly to an organization.

Course Description

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  • Mid-Level
  • Executive

Target Audience

Course Summary

  • Define workplace bullying
  • Identify types of workplace bullying
  • Distinguish the differences between a bully, bad management, and bad manners
  • Identify the challenges related to working with a workplace bully, the impact that bullying can have on an organization, and strategies to minimize bullying behavior
  • Discuss the impacts of workplace bullying on successful project delivery
  • Identify ways to help workplace bullies

Course Description

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