Workshops

ABRC offers services to:

  • Employers

  • Employees

  • Indigenous Communities

  • Adults Entering the Workplace

To Support Workplace Management and Normalize Workplace Wellness

  • Consultations and Needs Assessments
  • Threat Assessments 
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Calls for Information and Guidance
  • Recommendations for Resources and Referrals
  • Strategies for Prevention of Workplace Bullying, Harassment, Violence.
  • Training for Leadership
  • Training for Staff
  • New Hire Orientation Insert
  • Investigations
  • Coaching, Counselling, and Rehabilitation
  • Policy review/development, Procedures
  • Workplace Stress Management, Change Management,
  • Organizational effectiveness
  • Key Note Speakers
  • Lead workplace diagnostics including the analysis of issues, identifying underlying interests and proposing recommendations for change
  • Bullying Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Domestic Violence Survivors Entering the Workplace
  • Youth Entering the Workplace
  • Workshops for employees and supervisors on identifying, preventing, and managing workplace bullying
  • Training for Human Resources professionals – essential skills for the HR professional for detecting and managing incidents of workplace bullying
  • Senior leader briefs on workplace bullying
  • Disability management and consultation regarding the employee that has been injured with exposure to workplace bullying

 

ABRC’s Workshops

Full or half day
Workshops are customized to meet each Industry’s unique needs.
Examples:
  • Workplace Bullying & Harassment Experienced by Social Workers: risks and opportunities
  • Workplace Bullying & Harassment Experienced by Nurses: risks and opportunities
  • Workplace Bullying & Harassment Experienced by Teachers: risks and opportunities
  • Workplace Bullying & Harassment and Lateral Violence in Aboriginal Communities
  • Workplace Bullying & Harassment Experienced in Retail
  • Workplace Bullying & Harassment Experienced in Construction, Oil & Gas
  • Workplace Bullying & Harassment: prevention for survivors of domestic violence
  • Workplace Bullying & Harassment for Teens Entering the Workplace

Call for a course description, review of your Industry and/or individual concerns and we will offer you a customized proposal.

 

 

New Workshop

Please download our full pamphlet with course outline

Treating Targets of Workplace Bullying PDF

Treating Targets of Workplace Bullying: A Two-Day Training for Essential Skills for Treatment Professionals

The two day training will:

  • Assist mental health professions to understand what bullying and harassment involves, the causes, personal injuries, organizational damage and possible consequences, as well as develop some understanding of what can be done for employers and employees.
  • Provide a neurological, and psychological theoretical understanding as to why bullying is so harmful, even though the behaviours may be subtle and perceptions can vary.
  • Discuss essential knowledge and skills for the therapist. This includes ethical considerations, transference and boundary issues, self-awareness, review of the current state of research internationally, diagnostic frameworks, treatment options, goals of treatment, (for short and long term targets of bullying), aids to treatment, difficulties in therapy,
  • Review of the Therapist SIG treatment protocol recommendations
  • Treating rumination
  • Review of hospital based and residential treatment programs in Europe
  • Disability management and return to work strategies

Workplace Management

  • Workplace issues: workplace stress, workplace anti-bullying programs, change management, stress management, harassment investigations, threat assessment, and coaching
  • Organizational effectiveness including key-note speakers, learning and development for all employees including topics such as the inclusive workplace, managing change, remedies for workplace stress and burnout, team engagement and intervention
  • Performance management including how to best manage behaviours including relevant skill development for HR professionals, line managers and organizational leaders
  • Development and implementation of an informal conflict management system
  • Coaching and mentoring of individual contributors and leaders
  • Review, writing and renewal of human resource policies including the development of a communication strategy to inform all stakeholders
  • Lead workplace diagnostics including the analysis of issues, identifying underlying interests and proposing recommendations for change
  • Employee and labour relations training for managers with an emphasis on accountability, building a respectful workplace and performance management
  • Coordinated, co-facilitated and train-the-trainers program in interest-based conflict resolution
  • Bullying Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

 

 

 

ABRC’s Workshops

  • Workplace Bullying Experienced by Social Workers: risks and opportunities
  • Workplace Bullying: prevention for survivors of domestic violence
  • Workplace Bullying For Teens Entering the Workplace
  • Workplace Bullying & Lateral Violence In Aboriginal Communities

Treatment initiatives are encouraged for face to face service however, when people are remote, Skype services are offered.

2 Linda Workshop Poster May 2016 (1)