April 9 - Friday

Event Title

Bullying in Higher Education and Its Impact on Shared Governance

Author/ Authors/ Presenter/ Presenters/ Panelists:

Lynette Johnson, Governors State UniversityFollow

Start Date

4-9-2021 2:30 PM

End Date

4-9-2021 3:00 PM

Abstract

Workplace bullying has become a substantial concern within higher education. These behaviors present themselves in undercurrents and in some cases blatant occurrences against individuals without repercussions. The prevalence of bullying behaviors against faculty interferes in a number of ways including: disruptive behaviors, humiliation and demoralization. Additionally, they occur through indirect threats, intimidation, exclusion or isolation silencing their voices and participation in a shared governance environment. This research project examines bullying behaviors in higher education and the negative implications it has on faculty participation in a shared governance.

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Apr 9th, 2:30 PM Apr 9th, 3:00 PM

Bullying in Higher Education and Its Impact on Shared Governance

Workplace bullying has become a substantial concern within higher education. These behaviors present themselves in undercurrents and in some cases blatant occurrences against individuals without repercussions. The prevalence of bullying behaviors against faculty interferes in a number of ways including: disruptive behaviors, humiliation and demoralization. Additionally, they occur through indirect threats, intimidation, exclusion or isolation silencing their voices and participation in a shared governance environment. This research project examines bullying behaviors in higher education and the negative implications it has on faculty participation in a shared governance.