Tackling workplace bullying, Transforming workplace behaviour
We assist businesses in taking a different approach to facilitating a positive outcome following a complaint raised regarding allegations of bullying. In addition our approach may be applied to situations where bullying or poor interpersonal relationships are believed to be adversely impacting performance, team and interpersonal dynamics.
It is recognised that this is a difficult situation for all parties involved, and the proposal is for individual coaching for the two parties, carried out by different coaches to ensure that there is no potential conflict of interest.
Early intervention is about providing support processes prior to having to move into formal grievance and disciplinary processes. Intensive one to one coaching programmes available as soon as the individual feels that they are being bullied, or have recently been made aware that they are considered to be a bully.
The purpose is to allow each party to explore the impact of the experience, and to support their own personal and professional development and wellbeing, as well as to help achieve an overall business goal of improved communication and working relationships.
It should be stressed that this is NOT performance related coaching, although the work undertaken does inevitably contribute towards improved performance in the workplace. It is also important to recognise that this is NOT designed to revisit or contribute to an investigation process. It is an individually focused approach, with outcomes agreed with the coachees themselves.
The individuals are supported to increase emotional resilience, raising self awareness of their own behaviours and impact on relationships. They will learn to take personal responsibility for self-care and self-management through the process of investigating the bullying.
If you are dealing with bullying, or even just need to explore your own situation from an external perspective, then contact us today for a completely confidential discussion.
"I did a complete lifting of that anxious feeling for a short while – which is real progress for me. It was great to share with you some of the deeper things that I don’t get an opportunity to talk about normally."
“I hadn’t fully considered how the experience impacts the behaviour of the person being bullied before”