School Mobbing and Emotional Abuse: See It - Stop It - Prevent It (with dignity and respect)

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Taylor & Francis, Aug 7, 2003 - Education - 160 pages
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Mobbing is group bullying. It is 'ganging up' on someone using tactics of rumor, innuendo, discrediting, isolating, intimidating, and above all, making it look as if the targeted person is responsible. Though bullying has been prevalent in schools for many years, recent events involving the use of guns and other weapons at school show the desperate need to resolve these issues and make schools safe environments for children. Elliott explores why people, particularly children, take part in mobbing situations, and addresses how adults can teach children to have dignity and respect for themselves, which they will then extend to others.

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Speaker, Trainer, Consultant, Gail Pursell Elliott, "The Dignity and Respect Lady", is founder and president of Innovations "Training With A Can-Do Attitude", co-author of Mobbing: Emotional Abuse in the American Workplace. She is the author of many training, motivation and inspirational materials and she writes "Food for Thought", a weekly column that is distributed by email.

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