Professional Coaching for Managers
When bullying strikes, there is no one within most organizations to which the professional manager can turn.
That's why we are here. For you.
Coachable Professional Dilemmas:
You need pragmatic advice about what to do. And it's not conflict, so forget those tools. You need our expertise in bullying. Good managers know that no one requires intimidation, humiliation or domination to accomplish great work. In fact, those tactics are antithetical to efficient, meaningful work that makes employees proud to work at your company, institution, agency or ministry.
Personal coaching is an additional tool in a manager's education on the topic. Only by attending WB University could more information be gleaned.
Turn to the Work Doctor®
Gary Namie, PhD
For personal, confidential consultation by telephone at mutually convenient times.
Fee: $200 per hour. Pay by credit card only.
(8 - 4, pacific time, Monday-Thursday)
Your Coach's Qualifications
We created the consulting specialization for Workplace Bullying and understand it better than anyone else. We are in-the-trenches practitioners who don't look at the phenomenon through rose-colored lenses. We call bullying the violence it is. It is destructive and unconscionable.
Dr. Namie is President of Work Doctor®, Inc., the premier consulting firm that focuses on employer solutions to correct and prevent Workplace Bullying. Work Doctor (est. 1985) created the consulting specialization in workplace bullying in 1998.
He co-authored the popular books, The Bully-Free Workplace (Wiley, 2011) and The Bully At Work 2nd ed. (Sourcebooks, 2009). His articles are published in the Journal of Consulting Psychology, International Journal of Communication, Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal, Ivey Business Journal, Journal of Employee Assistance; and contributing chapters in academic books Workplace Bullying: Development in Theory, Research and Practice (2nd edition, Taylor & Francis, 2010) and Destructive Organizational Communication: Processes, Consequences, and Constructive Ways of Organizing (Taylor & Francis, 2009).
He has extensive experience as an instructor and professor in college departments of management and psychology including the University of Southern California, Scripps College, and other colleges.
The media regard Dr. Namie, after nearly 1,000 interviews, as the go-to expert. He has appeared numerous times on network TV -- CNBC, Today Show, Good Morning America, Early Show, Nightline, CNN -- and on local TV, in the national press Business Week, New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal, National Post, Toronto Star, Macleans, and radio across the U.S. and CBC-Canada.
Gary was a corporate manager for regional hospital systems in Hawaii and California as Director of Organization Development responsible for all non-clinical professional development for physicians, nurses and staff.
He directs the Workplace Bullying Institute, the first and only U.S. organization to combine education, research, books, training for professionals, consulting & legislative advocacy.