Presentation on theme: "Module 1: Bullying Awareness Training. Learning outcomes of Module 1 Learning about workplace bullying Learning about cyber-bullying Get to know."— Presentation transcript:
Activity 1: Discussion of video http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=ZIaepZmqShU&feature=plcp
Summary: Workplace Bullying Bullying is negative behaviour against others, on purpose, in a continuing manner, not fair, frightening.
Types verbal physical gesture social demands cyber-bullying Summary: Workplace Bullying Participants bully(s) (colleague, manager, supervisor, job coach …) bullied person witnesses and bystanders Places where bullying can happen on the way to work and back home at the workplace during breaks via Internet or mobile phone
Summary: Bullying Actions Picking on someone all the time Shouting at staff Insults and use of nasty nicknames Someone making fun of you or making you look silly Constant criticism Repeatedly accusing staff of errors which have not been made Spreading of rumours Refusing reasonable requests for leave Blocking a person’s promotion Exclusion False evaluation of job performance Refusal of important information Withdrawal of work
Summary: Channels of Cyber Bullying SMS: sending or receiving abusive text messages MMS: taking, sending or receiving unpleasant photos and/or videos Calls: sending or receiving upsetting phone calls E-mail: nasty or threatening emails to a victim, or about a victim to others Chat rooms: intimidation or abuse when participating in chat rooms Websites: giving away of secrets or personal details, nasty or unpleasant comments on a website, uploading of humiliating photos or videos
Summary: Channels of Cyber Bullying Flaming: messages with angry and crude language Harassment: lots of nasty, mean and insulting messages Denigration: gossip or rumours to damage reputation or friendships Impersonation: Pretending to be someone else Outing: disclosing of secrets or personal information Trickery: talking someone into revealing secrets or embarrassing information, then sharing it online Cyber-stalking: Repeated, intense harassment and putting down of someone that includes threats or creates significant fear.
Summary: Signs of Bullying Frequent health problems (headaches, stomach aches, sleep problems …) Absenteeism from work Behavioural and emotional changes (loss of confidence, change of mood, nervousness, feelings of anxiety, but also aggression, personality changes) Disinterest in or loss of friendships