Presentation Description: Disruptive behavior is inappropriate behavior that interferes with the functioning and flow of the workplace. It hinders or prevents employees from carrying out their professional responsibilities. It is important that managers and supervisors address disruptive behavior promptly. If left unaddressed, disruptive behavior typically continues to escalate, resulting in negative consequences for the individual as well as others.
1) Participants will be able to identify 3 disruptive behaviors and the warning signs.
2) Participants will learn strategies to address disruptive behavior in the workplace.
Presenter: Tally Gollogly
Biography:Tally Gallogly is a Manager of ProMedica Employee Assistance Program and is a licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the State of Ohio. He has been a counselor for 29 years. He is a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor as well as Certified Employee Assistance Professional. Tally enjoys the variety of counseling and teaching seminars he provides at ProMedica EAP. He also likes to provide Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) services for Department of Transportation (DOT) clients. Tally began his career providing inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment in Bowling Green and Sandusky Ohio. He has been providing Employee Assistance Counseling in Northern Ohio for the past 24 years. Tally’s interests include running, biking, swimming and spending time with his family. Tally has two adult children. He and his wife Kathy live in Port Clinton Ohio.
Presenter: Linda Lindsey
Biography: Linda holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and a Master’s degree in agency counseling from the University of Toledo. She is licensed in Ohio as a Licensed Independent Clinical Counselor and Chemical Dependency Counselor. She is a Certified Employee Assistance Professional. Linda has over 30 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families, with 20 years as an internal healthcare EAP consultant. She has experience providing human resource training and consultation in corporate, industrial, and healthcare settings; regarding drug and alcohol policy, family issues, supervisory skills, stress management, sexual harassment, diversity, workplace violence prevention and other topics of interest to employers and their employees. Currently she works managing the ProMedica Employee Assistance Program.