Preventing Bullying in the Academic Workplace
Does your institution have a policy that addresses bullying? If your institution does not—and the vast majority do not—there are some pretty compelling reasons to consider creating such a policy. In an interview with Academic Leader, Suzanne Milton, chair of the faculty bargaining unit at Eastern Washington University, talked about bullying and its consequences, and ways to address it to create a workplace more conducive to getting work done without a lot of problems.
- Managing Opposing Viewpoints
- The Need for Linking Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship
- Preventing Bullying in the Academic Workplace
- Understand Networks within Academic Departments