Mar 7, 2019
Have you ever felt coerced or threatened at your workplace? Isolated or even mobbed by coworkers? You could be experiencing workplace bullying, and you are not alone. We hear from people everyday from all walks of life who are struggling with the impact of being bullied. Oftentimes you’ll feel ashamed and apply self-blame for negative outcomes, but you must remember that you are not in the wrong for being bullied. If it is happening, make sure you assess your options or seek help before you begin to feel demoralized.
The guest speaker in this episode Dr. Hannah Scott, (University of Ontario, Institute of Technology, https://bit.ly/2N5fBMR) is a PhD researcher in the field of workplace bullying. She uses the Workplace Power Control Wheel (https://bit.ly/2Gly68Q) as a basis for training workers and employees about the common strategies employed by bullies.
For more resources on bullying in the workplace, please follow this link: https://bit.ly/2toq5hr
For additional resources on workplace bullying and harassment you can listen to the radio show that aired in October 2018 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-ZJMOCj8pQ&list=PLmj258x3nQuK3LC4Loam6_1sIfc7T6f5c&index=11
This radio show was aired on Realityradio101.com on Thursday, February 28th, 2019 at 1 pm EDT
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