Incivility: Is it really any different than the playground bully?

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The research
is clear.

Bullying is not an issue limited to childhood. 

In a 2014 survey of Workplace Bullying, 65.6 million people in the US reported being affected by workplace bullying –equivalent to combined populations of the central 15 states. (http://www.workplacebullying.org/)

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Taught by

Kelly Beischel PhD, RN, CNE

and 

Peggy Ann Berry, PhD, RN, COHN-S, SPHR, PLNC

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What Does the Research Denote about Incivility and Bullying in Academia?

⇒ Incivility disrupts the learning environment

⇒ Faculty perceive that student incivility in the classroom is growing

⇒ Uncivil behavior is reciprocal = Student ⇔ Faculty

⇒ Student incivility is perceived as justified in the face of faculty incivility

⇒ Students want faculty to address uncivil behavior in the classroom 

⇒ Research indicates that senior faculty often express their territorial tendencies to new faculty with uncivil behaviors. 

⇒ These uncivil behaviors are leading novice faculty to leave academia prematurely.

⇒ The tenure process enables administrators and senior faculty to wield power that can be destructive to a junior faculty member’s livelihood. 

⇒ And if the bully is tenured or is important to the university for grant funding… 

YIKES!!!  

⇒ You can be sure students witness incivility between faculty. (They aren’t blind after all.)

⇒ These same students graduate and join the workforce with the belief that uncivil practices are culturally acceptable. In turn, this behavior perpetuates the cycle of workplace bullying.

DO YOU WANT TO STOP WORKPLACE BULLYING IN IT’S TRACKS?

Understanding the problem is the first step.

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Benefits of Attending this Teleseminar…

You will learn:

  • The differences between incivility, workplace bullying (WPB), and mobbing.
  • The factors leading to student and faculty incivility
  • The behaviors students and faculty most commonly report as being uncivil.
  • Various strategies to use when confronted with incivility, workplace bullying, and mobbing dependent on perpetrator (e.g., student, peer, direct supervisor)

If you’re being bullied, you’ll feel:

  • Relief that it isn’t in your mind
  • Empowered to confront the perpetrator

If you’re a witness to bullying, you’ll be empowered to:

  • Shift from witness to advocate

Register for this FREE teleseminar and you’ll receive:

  • Important information that will prepare you for dealing with incivility and bullying.
  • An MP3 recording of the class so that you can download it and listen as many times as you wish – whenever and wherever your heart desires. (This makes life worry free if you can’t be live on the call.)
  • An action pack handout to guide your listening and learning pleasure – including an extensive reference page.

** And you receive all of this just for registering for this class.

I know.

Too good to be true, right? 

But it really is true. Register for FREE.

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Kelly

About Kelly: Kelly Beischel PhD, RN, CNE is a former university professor who’s been nicknamed firecracker. She loves coaching and teaching open-minded educators how to amplify student engagement and  how to reclaim time spent on scholarship, teaching and service. She is committed to helping faculty find joy in the midst of their many challenges so that they live the life they’re meant to live.

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