Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Bullying on and offline - Part 5


So I awaited my phone call.  It was a senior manager at HIT.  I was told I was being nominated as a flexible learning leader and had the support of the director. I was told I needed to convince the Australian Flexible Learning framework panel that I would share all of the information I learnt as an FLL during the scholarship year.

The next day I had a call from the panel.  Boy it was tough to convince them I would share the information from HIT.  You know what I pulled it off and I was telling the truth.

When I returned to Australia my full role was spelt out to me.  I was to work with senior management  and the e-learning department, to get the middle managers on side with e-learning as there was great resistance.  I was to manage a team of e-learning facilitators, learn instructional design and gain clients who needed e-learning modules.

I was on top of the world, Having the respect of my peers was awesome but I was wrong.  My decision to take on the role eventually led to my downfall as the bullying began then.

TBC

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Bullying on and offline - Part 5

So I awaited my phone call.  It was a senior manager at HIT.  I was told I was being nominated as a flexible learning leader and had the su...