This manual will tell you how to recognise bullying, what to do about it, and how to start making changes that’ll help you survive the unpleasant behaviour. If you feel unable to do anything about it yourself, it will suggest where you might go for help and what to do in the meantime.
What’s in it?
The guide describes what bullying is, and outlines three different routes you can take to combat it. The Guide also contains the unique Bullying Checklist. The aim is to demystify bullying; making the behaviours more visible helps identify what the problem actually is so you can start dealing with it in a different way.
The unique diagnostic list can also be used for guidance to separate genuine cases of bullying from situations where the term is being used incorrectly. This is useful if you are making a complaint or your job requires you to manage accusations of bulling by others.
The second part of the manual includes practical steps and exercises to help you develop the skills youʼll need to counter the bullying behaviour, and to ensure that it stays out of your life.
If you are on the receiving end of bullying you can do something about it, and this manual will tell you how. If you are a manager and your want to take steps to prevent bullying in your organisation, buy this manual, the information is here.
What you get
- A succinct, practical guide to help you become more resilient if subjected to bullying behaviour
- Immediate download so that you can start using the ideas right away.
- Real, practical guidance written specifically to help you break the cycle of lost confidence in the face of abusive behaviour
- Practical exercises to help build confidence
- How to recognising bullying
- The effects of bullying
- The profile of bully
- The dynamics of bullying
- Other difficult behaviour
- Responsibilities of employers Bullying and the law
- What employers can do
- What can you do?
- Changing things
- Three pathways to tackle bullying
- The anti-bullying mindset
- Tips and techniques
- Reading and references