At long last a guidebook for employers that discusses workplace bullying from America's unrivaled leaders and creators of the workplace bullying consulting institute.
Managers will learn how and why to stop bullying; prepare executives to lead the campaign and to resist undermining efforts of subordinates; and create a new, positive role for human resources. Outlining the required steps, The Bullying-Free Workplace includes information on how to create a preventive policy that brings consequences, like never before, when violated. The authors discourage half-hearted, short-term fixes that are prevalent today, and present their signature Blueprint methodology to successfully protect employee health and eradicate the psychological violence from organizations.
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©2011 Gary Namie, PhD, and Ruth F. Namie, PhD (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
This book is a great resource and starting place for anyone considering the effect that seeing bullies in action would have on everyone around them.
The sections detailing the harm done to abused people were cringe inducing and were often very difficult to listen to. The most dramatic part of the exchange was how third parties will pull back from a bullied person to distance themselves from the situation.
Explains why Unions are not popular in the US. If being bullied in the workplace, it explains who and why they do what they do, and what to expect from most work environments, including suggestions what one can do in such situations. It is mainly catered towards organizing a more productive talent network for managers/key personnel. This is highly informative by people who know what they are talking about. There is no fluff in here, and no promotion of any other media, like others may exude
Purchased this book for a particular situation at work and am very pleased. It is excellent at nailing down the issues, bringing to light what is happening. I wish many more would read this, it would help many from those who are handling a bully situation to those who are being bullied.
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