Judi Clements, President of Judi Clements Training & Development, in Clifton Park, NY, is a veteran training professional who offers training, coaching and keynotes in the areas of management, communication, professional development, and customer service. Judi is a frequently sought after conference speaker who offers cutting-edge programs with a "laugh-while-you-learn" approach. She is a New York State certified teacher, trained mediator, and qualified Myers Briggs ® Personality Type facilitator. She is a past recipient of the American Society of Training & Development's "Corporate Trainer of the Year" award and the Girl Scouts' "Outstanding Community Leader" award. Visit her on www.judiclements.com. You Tube. Facebook, Linkedin, Google +, and Twitter.
Workplace bullying costs you—even if you don’t realize it. You could already be experiencing lost productivity and high worker turnover. And problems left unchecked will lead to significant legal headaches.
Bullying and incivility can take place anywhere. At one extreme, look to the Miami Dolphins, where a 300-pound football player reported such intense locker room bullying that teammates were suspended and careers were ruined. Think it’s not a problem in your office? Think again—nearly one-third of workers in America say they have been victims of workplace bullying and incivility.
Join HR pro Judi Clements as she outlines the scope of workplace harassment, how it happens, what it costs you, and how you can empower your employees and managers to create an inclusive climate. Change needs to come from the top, Clements says, and requires role models who will be held accountable for keeping the peace.
Clements will teach you how to diagnose incivility, what the difference between incivility and bullying is, how managers can play a role in stopping bullying and replacing it with civility, and how to craft a workplace anti-bullying and anti-incivility policy. Get the tools you need to make your business a model of civility!
Clements will teach you how to:
Who Should Attend:
This conference is aimed at anyone who confronts workplace incivility or can be called into put an end to it, including: