Honoured that PM World Journal published my recent article about the benefits of preventing and eliminating workplace bullying. The article is Profit, Productivity & Peace – The Business Case for Eliminating Workplace Bullying.
I’m honoured that PM World Journal published my article on Bullying In Project Management in the March 2016 Issue. Proud to be part of this prestigious international PM publication.
Thrilled to get a workplace bullying article published by PM.com and picked up by a blogger in the United Kingdom.
This is an excellent Harvard Business Review article on workplace bullying – with an actual successful bullying confrontation. I support the strategy recommended by the author.
A real life example for you to add to your bullying toolkit.
Have you encountered a similar challenge? If so, what did you do? What was the result?
Paul’s book – “Workplace Bullying – It’s Just Bad for Business” will be available in early January 2016. The book approaches workplace bullying from a business perspective, identifying the range of challenges and impacts that ripple through any organization. Designed as a handbook, it contains bullying prevention, management, and elimination strategies for organizations and everyone else.
Combining helpful statistics and research with practical information, the book provides implementable action plans for anyone impacted by bullying, regardless of industry, sector, or role. Whether you are an executive, a manager, a coworker, a target or a team leader, “Workplace Bullying – It’s Just Bad for Business” is an invaluable tool for coping with bullying in your organization.
Stay tuned for launch details.
A December 2015, Huffington Post article discusses strategies for effectively approaching management about a workplace bullying problem. Here is the critical advice:
“To get powerful figures on your side, you have to build genuine, trusting relationships with them first. The secret is to appeal to their interests. That’s right. If you want management to “tune into” workplace bullying, make sure you’re broadcasting on their favourite station: WIFM (What’s In It For Me?). What I mean is that you have make the case that helping you will help them too.”
In my experience, this is very helpful advice and plays a significant role in the likelihood of success when filing a complaint about your workplace or project bully.