Bullying in Sports: Not all Fun and Games | FREE Interactive Webinar

FREE Interactive Webinar from Hazelden Publishing
Thursday, March 15, 2018 | 1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. | FREE

Sports can be a great outlet for students to learn about teamwork, work toward a goal, or just get some exercise. With all the benefits sports can offer, it can be easy to forget that they often serve as a platform for bullying.  

Learn about the normalization of bullying behaviors in sports in this enlightening webinar from world-renowned sports bullying expert Randy Nathan, MA, MSW; aka “Coach Randy”. In this webinar, Coach Randy will discuss the social conditioning of athletes to partake in a locker room culture that promotes hazing, bystander behavior, and unbalanced power, and the responsibility parents, coaches, and athletic directors have to set a positive example and hold athletes accountable. You will also have an opportunity to get your questions answered during a live Q&A session. Follow the link below to pre-submit your questions and register for this can’t-miss webinar! 

About Coach Randy
Randy Nathan is the President/CEO of Project NextGen and known nationally as an edu-tainer. He is a recognized worldwide Sports Bullying Expert, national trainer with the Positive Coaching Alliance, and certified national trainer with the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. He has presented at Fortune 500 companies, school districts, sports associations, camps, teams, as well as state and federal government agencies. He is a frequent visitor on the NFL Network, NJ12, Fox News, RNN, CBS News, MY9 and is the anti-bullying expert for NY Fox 5’s News and Good Day NY.


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