Caroline Dean is a knowledgeable highly experienced and  skilled consultant whose professional background is in crime and criminal justice sociology. She specialises in assisting organisations to develop multifaceted achievable conflict management systems to prevent workplace conflict and bullying. She is an experienced trainer and conflict coach. She offers organisations an insightful approach into conflict and is committed to building respectful workplace cultures.

Her personal philosophy of upholding social justice principles has underpinned her professional, pro-bono and volunteer work for over 20 years.

She is an experienced conference and seminar presenter previously on prison reform and now on workplace bullying.  Her primary aim is to demystify and disseminate useful practical information that can be used and understood by her audience.

She has held several community-based board and committee positions and currently is founder and Chair of Challenge Bullying Inc (an organisation that assists people experiencing bullying); and current Board Member of the Tasmanian Writer’s Centre.  Caroline gave evidence at the Federal House Standing Committee Inquiry into Workplace Bullying and most recently provided a submission to the Tasmanian Law Reform Institute on workplace bullying.

Caroline makes regular radio and print media appearances, can provide expert comment and writes articles on workplace bullying.

Caroline delivered a TEDx talk on her work and experience of bullying in Queenstown, New Zealand in 2015.

Caroline is self-employed as a workplace conflict and bullying consultant, trainer and coach.

She is a full member of the International Association on Workplace Bullying & Harassment (IAWBH).

She can be contacted on:

M: 0439 473 938

E: info@carolinedean.com.au

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