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Creating an Anti-Bullying Program: The Implementation

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Author/Source: KidCheck

Topic: Bullying

By including bullying prevention, your organization will foster an environment that encourages transparency, prioritizes communication, and empowers kids and youth to respect and support each other.

 

 

This is the third and final post in the series on Creating an Anti-Bullying Program. The series focuses on the components, the framework, and the implementation of a new program. 

This post discusses the steps to successfully implement your program and the benefits of tracking and managing the performance. Implementation is focused on the detail or critical steps necessary to put your new program into practice. It is a list of tasks with due dates assigned to owners from your resource team. It works as a project management tool to keep everyone on track.

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