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Supporting Organizations & Individuals in Transforming Toxic Cultures of Persistent Workplace Bullying into Resilient Environments Using Solutions-Based Practice

Meet Dr. Jan Kircher

A leading expert in persistent workplace aggression, Dr. Jan Kircher has a Ph.D. in sociology, an MSW, over 20 years of experience in diverse organizational settings, and hosts preventative workshops and programming for organizations at-risk of employing potential aggressors.

Dr. Kircher has presented locally, regionally, and nationally across the United States for mental health and health workers, administrators, academics, and other professionals.

During her career, Dr. Kircher became aware of a social phenomenon called academic and/or workplace bullying after seeing the first-hand damages of persistent workplace aggression on organizational culture and after receiving email requests from individuals all over the world who have been targets, seeking advice and support.

In response to mounting concerns and a lack of accessible of training, Dr. Kircher founded Support to Transform Organizational Practice, a consulting firm aimed at support, training, and education to enable organizations to identify, respond, and prevent workplace bullying.

Trained in mediation and conflict resolution, Jan has developed techniques that can assist your organization to transform into a stable, healthy and productive environment.

Organizations that fail to intervene on behalf of targets in work environments where persistent workplace aggression occurs create and sustain hostility among workers, damage the work culture, and hinders collegial work relationships.

 

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“Experiencing workplace bullying is like walking into a minefield everyday; you’re unsure what you are walking into, only adding to the psychological abuse by the bully and adding to the trauma of the target.”  –Dr. Kircher

What are people saying about Dr. Kircher

“Can I just say what a relief to uncover a person that really understands what they are discussing on the web. You certainly understand how to bring an issue to light and make it important. More people ought to read this and understand this side of the story . . .you certainly have the gift.”

I will remember this information to create a healthy work environment. Thank you!”

“Bullying impacted both my work and personal life. I did things like change the way I walked into the office to avoid my co-workers. I did a lot of self-talk and prayer to make sure I could make it through the day. I stopped going to meetings because I could not take the abuse. At home, I went on anti-depressants, couldn’t sleep, and drank excessively. I did all of these things to cope with work abuse. Nothing helped except finding this support and training.”

 

You are not alone.  You have found help.  Contact Dr. Kircher.