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The FIOG will be closing for winter break in December. Registrations for online training will be accepted through December 19, 2018. After that date, no new registrations will be processed until our office reopens January 2, 2019. Any online courses for which you have registered prior to December 19 will remain available to you 24/7 during our office closing.

Critical Issues in the Workplace: Minimizing Bullying

Details
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Critical Issues: Minimizing Bullying
Length
1.50 Hour(s)
Registration Fee
$75
Credits Available
The following credits are available upon completion of the full 3-part (4.5 hour) Critical Issues in the Workplace Series and required assessment ONLY:
  • IIMC:
    • 0.75 CMC Experience
    • 0.75 MMC Advanced Education Points
  • 5.5 Florida BAR Association Credit
Contact
Name
Amy Brewer
Description

There has been an ever-increasing amount of national attention focusing on the issue of bullying, harassment, and incivility in the workplace. While bullying may not always be detected easily, it leads to employee dissatisfaction, reduced productivity and frequent absences. Organizations must learn how to quickly deal with issues associated with bullying so that escalation into employee illnesses, depression, and possibly violence, is less likely to happen. Strategies and skills are essential to produce a “prevention” atmosphere in the workplace rather than an “intervention” atmosphere. Join us and presenter Anne Schroeder, certified in bullying prevention through Clemson University, for an eye-opening webinar!

Critical Issues in the Workplace
Fall 2018 Webinar Series

This 3-part series launches a new Florida Institute of Government initiative to discuss current workplace concerns and ways to improve employee productivity and promote a safe and balanced work environment. Top experts review state and federal laws, provide real-world examples and case studies, offer findings from current research, and share personal experiences to make these sessions practical, informative, and relevant to everyone working in government.

Note: This series is available as 3 standalone webinars or as a full series.   For more information on the full series, please click here.

Presenter(s)
Anne Schroeder
Anne Schroeder

Anne Schroeder, president of Schroeder Management Consultants, is a management consultant and trainer who provides consulting services, seminars and keynote addresses to thousands of business and professional people every year. With her office based in the Fort Myers area, Anne has over 25 years’ experience in developing organizations and their personnel. Her firm provides strategic planning initiatives, corporate retreats, bullying prevention, customer service initiatives, team development and customized seminars. Anne’s clients have included NASA, Ryder Systems, Coca Cola, American Lung Association, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Lee County Tax Collector, The Salvation Army, Lee Health, and many others. In 2012 Harvard designated the customer service program Guests First, a multi-session, trademarked series in Lee County, as one of the 111 Bright Ideas in Government. She also custom-designed a customer service program for the Lee County Port Authority at the Southwest Florida International Airport and worked closely with the Port Authority Police Department and the Security Specialists. Anne has been certified in Bullying Prevention through Clemson University, a two-year training program including consulting and training with several Florida public schools. She has served as a bullying prevention consultant for a number of Florida municipalities, counties and other organizations. Anne has a master’s degree from The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, plus extensive training in organizational and creative problem solving from the University of Buffalo and from Synectics, Inc. in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In addition, Anne earned a Certificate Degree in Advanced Carpentry and along with her husband Ed, personally built their first home in Fort Myers, Florida. And she is a proud Florida native.