Bully in Sight: How to Predict, Resist, Challenge and Combat Workplace Bullying : Overcoming the Silence and Denial by which Abuse Thrives

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Success Unlimited, 1996 - Bullying - 358 pages
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Bully in Sight - How to predict, resist, challenge and combat workplace bullying. Overcoming the silence and denial by which abuse thrives. By Tim Field with a foreword by Diana Lamplugh OBE.
  

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This book contains a lot of insight into how these 'creatures' operate and what you can do to fend them off or level the playing field. I actually feel sorry for them now as I realize they are nothing but spineless cowards. The knowledge contained in this book is empowering and enlightening...... A real eye opener. 

Contents

Bullying defined
1
Difference between management and bullying
4
The unacceptable nature of bullying
5
Education a prime example
26
What is bullying?
33
Bullying consists of
34
States and thresholds
49
The bully
51
Frequently reported personality effects
138
Cost
160
preparation
166
meeting
167
adjudication
168
preparation
169
The cost of a bully
171
Identifying the causes of bullying
173

Bully characteristics
54
The bullys hold
79
Bully sayings
91
Bully profile
93
Bully tactics
95
The victim
109
Qualities of the bullied person
120
Tendencies of the bullied person
121
Symptoms and effects
122
Frequently reported physical symptoms
124
Frequently reported psychological symptoms
130
Frequently reported behavioural symptoms
133
How to challenge and combat workplace
199
Unmasking the bully
204
Standing up for yourself
213
Figures
233
What to do if you are being bullied
243
Recourse to law
287
Effect of hours on work rate 176
288
Moral issues
317
Taking action the way forward
325
Resources
342
Index
352
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