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Presentation: “Bullying and Incivility in the Academic Workplace”

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Earlier this year, I gave a virtual presentation about “Bullying and Incivility in the Academic Workplace” for the Northeastern University College of Science in Boston, as part of a series on “Disrupting Academic Bullying.” The recording has been posted to YouTube (link here). I use the first 18-19 minutes to cover bullying, mobbing, and incivility generally, and then I discuss these behaviors in academic work settings. My prepared remarks run for about 44 minutes in all, followed by Q&A and comments for another 25 minutes.

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Relevant Earlier Posts

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Addressing workplace bullying, mobbing, and incivility in higher education: The roles of law, cultures, codes, and coaching (2017) (link here);
UMass-Amherst launches campus-wide workplace anti-bullying initiative (2013) (link here);
Workplace bullying and mobbing in academe: The hell of heaven? (2009; rev. 2014) (link here).

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