XYZHow to maintain your dignity and professionalism in the face of bad bullying management.

Are you grappling with the challenges of managing a difficult boss? Discover how behavioral science can provide practical solutions to navigate these complex situations. Join Jennifer Hancock, renowned author and founder of Humanist Learning Systems, as she illuminates the path towards humanistically transforming workplace relationships and unlock the power of behavioral science to transform workplace dynamics.

Program Information:
In this dynamic program, Jennifer Hancock draws from her expertise in humanistic management and evidence-based practices to equip you with actionable strategies for addressing bullying behavior in the workplace. With her guidance, you'll delve into the underlying reasons behind managerial misconduct, learn the art of accurate problem diagnosis, and develop a comprehensive strategy for fostering positive change.

What to Expect:
Gain invaluable insights into:

  • Understanding the root causes of bullying behavior in management
  • Implementing effective behavioral management techniques to reshape workplace dynamics
  • Cultivating a culture of respect, dignity, and collaboration in your professional environment

Why Choose This Program:
Jennifer's unique approach, grounded in the fusion of philosophy and science, has empowered individuals worldwide to overcome workplace challenges with confidence and compassion. By enrolling in this program, you not only acquire essential skills for managing difficult bosses but also contribute to the creation of healthier, more harmonious work environments.
Don't let bullying bosses dictate the course of your career. Join us and embark on a transformative journey towards empowered leadership and positive change.

Benefits of Taking the Course:

  1. Empowerment to Address Bad Bullying Bosses: Individuals who take this course gain specific strategies and techniques for dealing with bad bullying bosses effectively. They learn how to identify problematic behaviors, document incidents, and address issues with professionalism and confidence.
  2. Enhanced Conflict Resolution Skills: Dealing with bullying problems in the workplace often involves navigating complex interpersonal conflicts. This course equips participants with valuable conflict resolution skills, such as active listening, assertive communication, and negotiation tactics. By learning how to address conflicts humanistically, individuals can foster healthier work relationships and resolve issues constructively.
  3. Preservation of Dignity and Self-Respect: One of the primary objectives of the course is to help individuals maintain their dignity and self-respect when faced with challenging situations. By emphasizing the importance of acting with integrity and grace, participants learn how to navigate difficult circumstances without compromising their values or self-worth.
  4. Creation of a Supportive Work Culture: As participants learn to handle bullying problems with dignity and compassion, they contribute to the creation of a more supportive and respectful work culture. By modeling positive behavior and promoting ethical standards, individuals help cultivate an environment where all employees feel valued and respected.
  5. Improved Emotional Resilience: Dealing with bullying and conflict in the workplace can take a toll on one's emotional well-being. Through this course, individuals develop greater emotional resilience and coping mechanisms for managing stress and adversity. By building resilience, participants feel more confident in their ability to handle challenging situations while maintaining their composure and professionalism.

Topics Covered:

  • What bullying and harassment is?
  • How to stop unwanted behavior using behavioral science?
  • Using Compassion and Dignity to address inappropriate behavior in the workplace.
  • How to document inappropriate behavior effectively.

Course Key Concepts: Bullying in the Workplace, Behavioral Science, Humanistic Management, Conflict Resolution, Ethical Leadership, Professional Development, Workplace Harassment Prevention.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize and reinforce the organizations core values and behavioral expectations through modeling, communication and coaching.
  • Identify and provide coaching to managers and executives regarding effectively managing organizational talent.
  • Discover and develop and Implement a discipline policy based on organizational code of conduct/ethics ensuring that no disparate impact or other legal issues arise.
  • Identify human relations concepts and applications: emotional intelligence and organizational behavior.
Last updated/reviewed: February 20, 2024
Course Complexity: Foundational
No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course.
Education Provider Information
Company: Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
Contact: For more information regarding this course, including complaint and cancellation policies, please contact our offices at (408) 400- 3993 or send an e-mail to .
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Course Syllabus
  Learning Objectives to Humanistically Handle Bad Bullying Bosses1:42
  Management Technique3:50
  What is Bullying?7:16
  Defining Bad Bosses5:50
  What to Do12:23
  Behavioral Science10:08
  Applying this to Your Boss7:20
  Removing Rewards13:35
  Really Abusive13:02
  Importance of Dignity3:36
  How to Humanistically Handle Bad Bullying Bosses1:18:42
  Slides: How to Humanistically Handle Bad Bullying BossesPDF
  Handout: How to Humanistically Handle Bad Bullying BossesPDF
  How to Humanistically Handle Bad Bullying Bosses Glossary/IndexPDF