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This is the companion book to the online course Why Conflict Models Don’t Work When the Problem Is Bullying. 

In this audiobook, author Jennifer Hancock discusses the differences between a conflict model and a bullying elimination model and how we can use elimination models to resolve both conflicts and harassment situations ethically and effectively. 

Workplace bullying and harassment situations often masquerade as conflict. But they aren’t. Applying a conflict resolution model to a bullying or harassment situation makes the problem worse. 

©2018 Jennifer Hancock (P)2018 Jennifer Hancock

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identifies the true root of bullying

Exceptional description on identifying bullying as a pattern of behavior when so many times it can be misidentified as a simple conflict. Provides a framework on how to extinguish bullying behavior within a workplace. Would love to to hear how this can be applied within a school situation where bullying is quite rampant and doesn't seem to be effectively dealt with.