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Paul Pelletier

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Guardians of the Galaxy by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, and Paul Pelletier

The Reader Copy Podcast

Bozhe Moi! This week Chris and Daniel discuss Guardians of the Galaxy by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, and Paul Pelletier. We also talk about Batman: Death in the Family movie, and Watchmen and Mandalorian Emmy nominations. Visit us online: Check out The Reader Copy Podcast website Our iTunes page: Listen to more episodes Even More Stuff: Check out our Instagram Follow us on Twitter Like us on Facebook Show music provided by MDK - Hyper Beam

1hr 37mins

3 Aug 2020

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Paul Pelletier

Capture Queue

In the third episode of the Capture Queue podcast, we speak to Paul Pelletier—a lawyer, author, public speaker, and expert on workplace harassment. He discusses how to address vitriol from managers and why it's critical for both employees and employers to confront abuse in the office.This conversation was recorded before COVID-19 led to the global workplace shutdown, so the issues discussed have taken on new life forms, though Paul's expertise and advice are not only still relevant, but tremendously useful in this time of occupational uncertainty. CaptureQueue.com

54mins

14 May 2020

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Podcast Episode #158: Paul Pelletier – Women & Disrespect In The Workplace

Futureproof Your Career

Podcast: Paul Pelletier – Women and Disrespect in the Workplace Disrespect in the workplace is easy to spot. It can start as snide comments, gossip or someone being excluded but can escalate into bullying and harassment. Victims, most often women, can be too intimidated to speak up and bystanders often think it’s none of their […]

39mins

22 Nov 2018

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Podcast Episode #158: Paul Pelletier – Women & Disrespect In The Workplace

Futureproof Your Career

Podcast: Paul Pelletier – Women and Disrespect in the Workplace Disrespect in the workplace is easy to spot. It can start as snide comments, gossip or someone being excluded but can escalate into bullying and harassment. Victims, most often women, can be too intimidated to speak up and bystanders often think it’s none of their […]

39mins

22 Nov 2018

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Episode 89 “Dealing with workplace bullying” with Paul Pelletier

Project Management Paradise

Welcome back, today it is my pleasure to welcome Paul Pelletier to the show. Paul is a corporate lawyer, project manager, author and international speaker. His work focuses on the domain of leadership skills to effectively manage workplace disrespect, workplace bullying, sexual harassment and conflicts. You will find links to Paul’s LinkedIn Profile, his book and website in the show notes at projectmanagementparadise.com/89 We’d also welcome an honest review about this podcast on iTunes and you will find a direct link to do this at projectmanagementparadise.com Thanks again for listening and be sure to tune in again to our next episode with another great guest. Our proud sponsor today is Cora Systems. To find out more about Cora’s solutions, which are live in 51 countries around the world, visit corasystems.com where you can request a free demo, and discover first hand how Cora helps its clients gain control, governance and insight into their project portfolios.

25mins

6 Apr 2018

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PPP 151 | How to Deal With Bullies on Project Teams, with Paul Pelletier, LL.B., PMP

People and Projects Podcast: Project Management Podcast

Tough Boss or Bully? In this episode, I welcome workplace bullying expert Paul Pelletier. He's a lawyer, a PMP, and author of Workplace Bullying: It's Just Bad for Business: Prevention, Management, & Elimination Strategies for Organizations & Everyone Else. Paul shares helpful insights about what bullying is and isn't, and strategies to help you deal with the bullies on your project team. Learn more about Paul and his organization at http://www.paulpelletierconsulting.com/. Thank you for joining me for this episode of The People and Projects Podcast! Have a great week! THE INNER CONFLICT by The New Geometry is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License. L&H by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License. MEAN by Taylor Swift available on Amazon at http://amzn.to/1UpLXwJ

52mins

9 Jun 2016

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Project Management Show Episode 011: Paul Pelletier – The Intersection of Project Management and Workplace Bullying

The Project Management Show Podcast

Episode 011 of the Project Management show features Paul Pelletier as he presents a subject he is passionate about, workplace bullying.  We hope it is not happening to you or someone you know, but if it is Paul is the one to call for help. About Paul: Paul is a corporate lawyer, project manager, international public speaker, and business executive with over 25 years experience in senior roles in government and industry. A pioneer in the legal profession, Paul fused his law career with project management and has over 15 years in senior management, leading transformational projects and teams.  A recognized leader in the project management profession, Paul also serves on the Project Management Institute’s Ethics Member Advisory Group. Paul is also a published author in the field of workplace bullying. Paul’s 2016 book “Workplace Bullying – It’s Just Bad for Business” is an inspirational call to action for business leaders to eliminate bullying. During his career, on more than one occasion, Paul realized he was the target of disrespectful workplace behavior and workplace bullying. Workplace bullying can be as harmful at work as it is in schools. Paul knows this from personal experience. He will share his story and how it led to the work he does today. Leveraging his experiences, Paul established his consulting business with the goal of raising awareness and inspiring change.  He is now an advocate, consultant and expert in strategic workplace bullying management, workplace respect and training. Helping organizations establish strategic policies, programs, and processes for openly, fairly, and effectively addressing workplace bullying is his focus. He is a regular presenter at global conferences and other events.

18mins

8 Mar 2016