Rebecca Carroll-Bell is on a business mission – looking to shine a light into the Australian workplace culture that allows bullying to run rampant. Now she shares the practical tips on avoiding and stopping workplace bullying as part of the Small Business Skills Summit this August.

Rebecca explains that up to one half of Australian workers will experience workplace bullying over their working lifetime.

“Yet no-one seems to know what to do about it or how to tackle it” she states.

With a background in law and mediation, Rebecca says addressing the issue starts with education and awareness.

“This August I’ll be sharing how people can spot workplace bullying, what it is what it is not, and how you can stop it.”

Her Small Business Skills Summit session will allow attendees to come away with practical steps they can implement right away, whether they’re an employer, manager, staff member or bystander.

For more than 12 years Rebecca worked as a litigation lawyer, representing clients from the Commissioner of Taxation to “mum and dad investors”.

“My clients were often stuck on a merry-go-round of lawyers, courts and expert reports, and many felt powerless to control what was happening in their case. Unlike litigation, mediation gives you control over your dispute.”

Now Rebecca works with managers and business owners to eliminate the angst and bewilderment that comes from conflict and replace it with calm confidence and resolution strategies.

Rebecca will present at the Small Business Skills Summit as one of 60 presenters imparting their business wisdom over 11 days.

The Small Business Skills Summit is specifically designed with the busy small business operator in mind. Events take place online, with live sessions and Q&As that come complete with handouts and takeaways. Each session will also be available for three months after the event.

The Small Business Skills Summit is an initiative of business networking and resources group Business Business Business, and founder Linda Reed-Enever explains that the event was a year in the making.

“We have attracted a vast array of small business talent, with skills ranging from accounting to marketing and mindset. Our aim was to be a seminal space for business operators to access the skills and insight they need.”

“The small business summit lineup has quite simply surpassed expectations, with huge value for every business that takes part. It’s exciting, it’s authentic, and it goes to show the power of business working together.”

The Small Business Skills Summit features 60 presenters and runs from August 6 to 16, with enrolments open now at


About Business Business Business – Business Business Business is a hub of information, made for business owners, by business owners. With the mantra “Learn, Connect, Network and Do” it is an arena dedicated to supporting and offering essential resources and skills to small business operators.  

For further information or to arrange an interview, contact:

Linda Reed-Enever on 0433 149 319

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