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NEA Professional Learning

Adult Workplace Bullying

Have you ever witnessed or been a victim of adult-on-adult bullying? While student bullying is widely acknowledged as a national epidemic, this informational webinar explores adult bullying in education as a problem that is not fully recognized, acknowledged or discussed.
Published: July 15, 2020
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At a Glance

In this webinar, participants learn about the characteristics of adult bullying, its negative impact on the workplace and how to identify when bullying occurs. Participants will gain strategies to identify and address bullying behaviors so workplaces can be bully-free.


  • Adult Learning
  • Digital & Virtual Learning
  • Educator Self-Care
  • Positive School Environments
  • Working Conditions


  • Understand the characteristics of adult bullying and its negative impact on the workplace
  • Identify when bullying occurs
  • Gain strategies to identify and address bullying behaviors


Audience Role

  • Aspiring Educator
  • College and University Faculty
  • Education Support Professional
  • Specialized Instruction Support Personnel
  • Teacher

Session Length

1 hour

Session Format


This is a previously offered webinar focused on the professional growth of ESPs. It is being made available for viewing by individuals or groups of individuals. Note that certificates of completion are not available for participation in informational webinar recordings.

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