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Evelyn Field's masterful analysis of the ways we can help employees cope with and overcome workplace bullying and harassment is a must read for all concerned about how to right this wrong. — Dr Philip Zimbardo, Stanford University and author of The Lucifer Effect, Understanding How Good People Turn Evil Kudos to bully expert Evelyn Field for this helpful book.  Features Evelyn Field's masterful analysis of the ways we can help employees cope with and overcome workplace bullying and harassment is a must read for all concerned about how to right this wrong. — Dr Philip Zimbardo, Stanford University and author of The Lucifer Effect, Understanding How Good People Turn Evil Kudos to bully expert Evelyn Field for this helpful book.  Features many "I can use that today" techniques Read it and reap! — Sam Horn,  author of Take the Bully by the Horns and Tongue Fu!® USA No one goes to work to be humiliated, abused, ostracised, subjected to rumours, or assaulted. Yet this is the reality of a working day for more than one in six workers. Bullying causes billions of dollars in lost productivity, expensive mistakes, employee replacement costs, and health and welfare rehabilitation expenses. Most workplaces currently have few resources and systems to deal with the problem, leaving the victims to sink or swim, and the bullies to remain professionally incompetent. Few understand that bullying is not tough management or an aggressive personality trait to be suffered. Severe and unremitting bullying catapults the victim into such a damaging emotional state that it can lead to the breakdown of their very survival mechanisms. Bully Blocking at Work  reveals for the first time the true evil nature of workplace bullying, helping the reader to understand its toxic, destructive impact on all employees — whether they are targets, bullies or onlookers — and provides advice for coping and confronting bullying, from both a personal and organisational perspective. The author has worked as a psychologist for over thirty years and has spent many hours listening to clients, conducting interviews, reading, speaking and writing about workplace bullying. Sprinkled liberally throughout the pages are quotes from the many sufferers of bullying that the author has personally worked with over many years.


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Evelyn Field's masterful analysis of the ways we can help employees cope with and overcome workplace bullying and harassment is a must read for all concerned about how to right this wrong. — Dr Philip Zimbardo, Stanford University and author of The Lucifer Effect, Understanding How Good People Turn Evil Kudos to bully expert Evelyn Field for this helpful book.  Features Evelyn Field's masterful analysis of the ways we can help employees cope with and overcome workplace bullying and harassment is a must read for all concerned about how to right this wrong. — Dr Philip Zimbardo, Stanford University and author of The Lucifer Effect, Understanding How Good People Turn Evil Kudos to bully expert Evelyn Field for this helpful book.  Features many "I can use that today" techniques Read it and reap! — Sam Horn,  author of Take the Bully by the Horns and Tongue Fu!® USA No one goes to work to be humiliated, abused, ostracised, subjected to rumours, or assaulted. Yet this is the reality of a working day for more than one in six workers. Bullying causes billions of dollars in lost productivity, expensive mistakes, employee replacement costs, and health and welfare rehabilitation expenses. Most workplaces currently have few resources and systems to deal with the problem, leaving the victims to sink or swim, and the bullies to remain professionally incompetent. Few understand that bullying is not tough management or an aggressive personality trait to be suffered. Severe and unremitting bullying catapults the victim into such a damaging emotional state that it can lead to the breakdown of their very survival mechanisms. Bully Blocking at Work  reveals for the first time the true evil nature of workplace bullying, helping the reader to understand its toxic, destructive impact on all employees — whether they are targets, bullies or onlookers — and provides advice for coping and confronting bullying, from both a personal and organisational perspective. The author has worked as a psychologist for over thirty years and has spent many hours listening to clients, conducting interviews, reading, speaking and writing about workplace bullying. Sprinkled liberally throughout the pages are quotes from the many sufferers of bullying that the author has personally worked with over many years.

22 review for Bully Blocking at Work: A Self-Help Guide for Employees and Managers

  1. 5 out of 5

    Olwen

    If you’re experiencing bullying in your workplace, then this book will be rather useful. It examines what makes bullies do what they do, and provides strategies to help you cope with the bully’s behaviours. There is also advice on how to engage your organisation’s anti-bullying policy and the ways to protect yourself legally. There are a couple of inaccuracies in my opinion. Bach rescue remedy is listed as a herbal remedy, which it’s not (it’s a vibrational remedy similar to homoeopathy), and the If you’re experiencing bullying in your workplace, then this book will be rather useful. It examines what makes bullies do what they do, and provides strategies to help you cope with the bully’s behaviours. There is also advice on how to engage your organisation’s anti-bullying policy and the ways to protect yourself legally. There are a couple of inaccuracies in my opinion. Bach rescue remedy is listed as a herbal remedy, which it’s not (it’s a vibrational remedy similar to homoeopathy), and the author suggests you locate a therapist who will be OK with you not cancelling appointments on the day because you don’t feel like coming along. A professional therapist, in my opinion, has a formal cancellation policy to protect themselves from last-minute cancellations and no-shows, and also I believe a therapist should encourage you to take positive action (i.e turn up for your appointment) despite your uncomfortable feelings. The book has been personally useful for me in helping identify times in the past when I’ve experienced bullying in the workplace. Now I understand more about what was happening and the bullying was more about jealousy and insecurity of the bully. I wish I’d had this book back then!

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