The Transatlantic Schools Anti-Bullying Initiative believes there is a need to identify as many successful projects/support groups/Networks as possible and disseminate that information with a structure that provides for replication, reliability, sustainability, consistency, accountability and history. For the purposes of the Initiative Report it concentrates only on US and UK activities. Senior staff at The 4Civility Institute (Ireland), Dr JR Curtin and Dr Paul Quantock, were heavily involved in its production.
We will be including documents/reports on Workplace Relationship Skills that you may find of interest.
We are looking to apply for, and manage, grant contracts under the PEACE Programme and have a Network of professionals in Northern Ireland and Ireland, led by Tim Hedgley, to assist us in project delivery.
We believe that conflict is normal and can be positive if dealt with correctly and that bullying, harassment and violence are learned behaviors that can be prevented, corrected and reversed with proper training and tools.
To provide for the study of and training in conflict management and in training and services to prevent and correct incivility, bullying, harassment, fraud and other negative behaviors and encourage positive constructive relationships in the workplace.
We provide best-practices skill sets, reporting tools and training in techniques to deal constructively with conflict, to correct and build proper relationships and to move all participants to improve personally and professionally.