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So far Phil Eastwood has created 193 blog entries.
2011, 2017

Workplace Bullying & Harassment: When Tattle-Taling is Required by Law

Bullying, respectful conduct, Respectful Workplaces|

“No one likes a tattle-tale.”
Does that bring back memories of being a little kid on the playground? Most likely, they aren’t pleasant memories. They aren’t ones where you proudly puffed up your chest and retorted with: “But it had to be done.” And everyone looked at you with admiration and understanding and continued playing.
Well, this […]

3010, 2017

Proof that Bullying and Harassment is Prevalent in the Workplace

Bullying|

In my last blog post, I shared various types of bosses that I have had in my years growing up and why I remember them.

The blog post also provided a chart full of positive behaviours and relationship-building traits that can serve as a guide in how we all should act in the workplace (and in […]

1610, 2017

A Respectful Workplace & What We Can Learn from Our Best and Worst Bosses

Respectful Workplaces, Workplace Leadership|

There aren’t many sure things in this world, but I can say with some certainty that just about everyone has or has had a boss.
In fact, the key ingredient to working in a Respectful Workplace often revolves around how much a boss cares (or doesn’t care) about the people who work there.
I have had many […]

210, 2017

How to Deal with Being on the Receiving end of a Workplace Bullying and Harassment Allegations

Bullying|

When I was a junior police officer, my supervisor approached me during one of my night shifts and told me (in front of all of my colleagues) that he had dealt with a complaint that had been registered against me.

Apparently, it was an allegation of misconduct where I had allegedly “mistreated a member of the […]

1809, 2017

Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace – Clearing the Air

Bullying|

The workplace can be a complex and insensitive beast.
With different personalities scrambling to make themselves known and heard, often not caring too much whether they hurt or upset a co-worker along the way, you might just end up with a culture of bullying and harassment on your hands—perhaps one of the worst workplace beasts of […]

2108, 2017

Workplace Violence Prevention: Are You Proactive or Reactive?

Workplace Violence|

In a recent blog post, I spoke about the two types of clients that we get hired by in order to provide organizational training for workplace violence prevention.

Those two types of clients fall into these simply named categories of proactive and reactive.

If you work for a reactive organization, it means that your employer will wait […]

1408, 2017

Workplace Violence Prevention Strategies

Workplace Violence|

How ready are you for workplace violence?
Of course I hope you never have to experience any, but there is no better way to prepare yourself than with education and training.

My business is dedicated to creating incredibly safer workplaces, and we provide services that focus on specific tried and true strategies.

We get hired to deliver organizational […]

3107, 2017

Workplace Safety and What We Can All Learn from American Airlines

Workplace Safety|

It’s not everyday you get the pleasure of sitting next to a pilot on a flight.
And no, I wasn’t sitting in the cockpit with the pilot of the flight I was on, but I still learned a great deal from my seat neighbour…

If you’ve been reading my recent articles, you’ll know by now that my […]

2407, 2017

What I Learned from an NBA Player

Attitudes|

You may have heard this Malcolm X quote before:

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”
How are you preparing for tomorrow?
As I write this, I’m sitting in my office along with a wall of books— all of which contribute to my “passport to the future.”

I also […]

1707, 2017

How Important Are Our Workplace Relationships?

Attitudes, respectful conduct, Respectful Workplaces, Workplace Culture|

The Secret to Good Business? Connections, Connections, Connections
Today I come to you from 34,000 ft. up in the air. Although I have a nice view of the fluffy white pillows of clouds, all I can think about is a story I recently heard.

I attended my very first National Speakers Association conference in Orlando, Florida (hence […]