families, schools and entire communities need to work together to oppose bullying

There are policies against bullying and harassment in most work places or schools, but the
problems and behaviours of bullying are prevalent. NBIT’s approach to address bullying is
strength based using the New Zealanders’ shared strong national identity, a sense of
belonging and cultural diversity where all different ethnic, gender, racial, and socioeconomic
groups coexist. To achieve our vision, we use a simple model that is based on natural and legal

Workshops for Workplaces
Building your own Leadership Philosophy
Developing your own Manager
Communication and inter-personal skills
Emotional Intelligence
Building Trust and Motivation
Developing Resilience.

Programs for Schools
Building confidence & Resilience
Leadership and mentoring
BBFC (Building Bully Free Community)

We also work with schools to increase awareness among students regarding bullying issues and reduce the stigma that surrounds victims of bullying.Our series of anti-bullying roadshows in Whangarei, Auckland, Waikato, Taranaki and Hawke’s Bay regions with Meredith O’Connor, the American teen pop star and anti-bullying icon was well received and many kids are still buzzing about these shows

General and other services 
Advocacy and support where formal complaints or investigations are initiated.
Litigation is outsourced, when and where required.
Education and awareness through workshops with case studies for employees or students