Walter G. Meyer is a nationally recognized anti-bullying speaker who has been on numerous television and radio shows including NPR. He has written about the timely topic of bullying for newspapers and web sites.
He has created anti-bullying webinars for corporations, schools, and nonprofits, including Achieva. Mr. Meyer has spoken to high schools, libraries, community centers and bookstores about the timely topic of bullying. Students at Penn State, Arizona State, West Virginia University, SUNY-Jamestown and many other colleges have heard his presentations. A more complete list of his appearances as an anti-bullying speaker is available here. He has led discussions following the presentations of stage plays, movies, documentaries, and even interpretive dance about bullying and he chaired a panel about bullying in video games at Gam3rCon.
Bullying has become such a buzzword that it has almost lost any real meaning. To get to the root of the problem and have a lasting impact, Mr. Meyer’s presentation
- What is Bullying (it is not a one-time occurrence)
- What can be done when bullying occurs
- The importance of bystanders in preventing it.
His approach to preventing bullying focuses on learning to accept and respect yourself and others.
He uses statistics, references to other resources, and he offers practical steps that individuals and organizations can take in reaction to bullying when it occurs and to create a climate in which it is less likely to occur. Preventing conflict among individuals may not be possible, but it is possible to address it in a respectful way that creates a healthy and peaceful atmosphere.
Walt consults to Civility Partners about workplace and school bullying and has created webinars for them.
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