Seven Sins of Communication

When I worked as the Director of HR for a nonprofit organization, I had an assistant by the name of Wendy. Wendy worked hard, followed directions, asked the right questions, and we worked well together. One day, I printed out a […]

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Having a hard time convincing the CEO workplace bullying is a problem? Check out this webinar on Selling Change to the CEO

In my own situation dealing with a workplace bully, I spent a lot of time trying to convince the Executive Director that the bullying was a real problem that needed to be solved. I was never successful in my endeavor, […]

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Webinar: Don’t let workplace bullies push your business around

Here’s a 90-minute webinar I did on the topic of workplace bullying in partnership with EBI. It will help you define workplace bullying, discern between workplace bullying and harassment, and make a business case for ending workplace bullying. Most importantly, it […]

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Workplace Bullying: Who is Responsible? What Can You Do?

If an act constitutes a behavior which is physically, mentally, or socially threatening, then it is workplace bullying. Sometimes, it even constitutes a crime. And since it was shown that workplace bullying affects productivity, it is someone’s responsibility to act […]

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Study Enlightens Individuals on How Bullies Feel and What to Do With Workplace Bullying

Bullying does not stop at maturity or adulthood. In fact, adult bullying is very evident in a workplace and can take many forms. Study points out that bullying at work is not always caused by one aggressive person, as the […]

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Women Bullies at Work, Can You Deal with Them?

According to the result of a nationwide poll made by Employment Law Alliance, women are the new face of bullies in the workplace. Forty percent of the workplace bullies are women; they pick other women to be bullied more than seventy […]

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