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ATOD Bystander Effect Pres

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Transcript of ATOD Bystander Effect Pres

The Bystander Effect:
An Anti-Leadership Phenomenon

Bystander Intervention Training
Alcohol & Drug Emergencies
Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Sexual Violence
Dating Violence
Depression & Suicide
Accountability
Bystander
Someone who stands by & does nothing when a problematic situation or behavior occurs
Bystander Effect
Greater the number of people doing nothing = less likely an individual is to help (or be a bystander)
Looi, En-Lin. TheLaSalle Show.com. 2012.
Why Don't We Help?
Stephanie Waits, MPH, CHES, FPHW & David Nava
CSU ATOD Conference 2015

Scenario 1: You have a great exec board in a committee on which you serve that is full of ambitious leaders. The catch? They are all moving on from their positions at the end of the current term. Identify factors that will work against you in Empowering Leaders, then use the steps to determine which strategies you can employ in this situation.
Scenario 2: You realize there is a gap in service for members of your community who are having trouble with fiscal responsibility. You want to put together an initiative or committee of staff and students. You know you can find administrative support and you would like to get students who are closer to the beginning of their academic careers to make the program more sustainable. The issue will be recruiting enough good, dependable, student leaders. Identify factors that may get in your way and use the steps to determine which strategies you can employ in this situation.
"Don't be that guy" VPD.CA
"Don't be that guy" VPD.CA
Two Observations
1. Leaders more naturally resistant to the
bystander effect -- often ends where
their defined role ends
2. Leaders use bystander intervention model
and skills to encourage others to intervene
& to inspire and activate other leaders in
their community
Problem: Solve it!
Opportunity: Capitalize!
The Bystander Effect:
An Anti-Leadership Phenomenon
Improve student leaders’ ability to step-up & take on leadership roles in everyday life
Promote discussion of the social and psychological factors that discourage people from intervening
Ask leaders to critically examine the way social pressures shape how they lead
Empower students to lead in a way that aligns with their values
Train students on how to recognize emergency & problematic situations and utilize appropriate intervention strategies
Expose students to modified bystander intervention training models: Increase effective individual leadership & to provide tools students need to empower future leaders
Improve student leaders’ ability to step-up & take on leadership roles in everyday life
Promote discussion of the social and psychological factors that discourage people from intervening
Challenge leaders to understand where their roles as upstanders begin and end
Challenge leaders to understand where their roles as upstanders begin and end
But every single time?
Ask leaders to critically examine the way social pressures shape how they lead
What does it mean to really be a leader in terms of being an upstander?
1.) Jumping in where you are
needed!
2.) Being true to yourself
while leading!
How do social factors influence how you lead?
Looi, En-Lin. TheLaSalle Show.com. 2012.
Empower students to lead in a way that aligns with their values
5
Characteristics
You most admire about yourself!
Is this how you are leading?
Train students on how to recognize emergency & problematic situations and utilize appropriate intervention strategies
Expose students to modified bystander intervention training models: Increase effective individual leadership & to provide tools students need to empower future leaders
Using Intervention Strategies as Leaders
Formalized in Bystander Intervention in Emergencies; Diffusion of Responsibility by Latané and Darley, 1968
University of Arizona, Step Up! Program, www.stepupprpgram.org

Civil Schools: Building a Bullying-Free Culture, http://civilschools.com/2013/12/04/ending-bullying-being-an-upstander/
Isaac NaVici, https://www.haikudeck.com/pro-social-behavior-education-presentation-9LXFrwYykD
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