Sharing insights about office bullying and mobbing in SafeHarbor, Half II « Minding the Office

In my final put up, I wrote about my visits to SafeHarbor (hyperlink right here), the net website created by Dr. Gary Namie, co-founder of the Office Bullying Institute, to function “a neighborhood devoted to the folks affected by office bullying and people dedicated to serving to them.” I additionally shared some previous weblog items that I’ve posted for SafeHarbor members.

Creating protected on-line areas surrounding troublesome and generally painful matters is a problem, and the success of SafeHarbor up to now has been the era of a spirit of assist, understanding, and kindness. Mild is the phrase I’d use to explain the net voices of these serving as facilitators and dialogue leaders. This doesn’t preclude respectful variations of opinion. But it surely does set a peaceable vibe that runs counter to the experiences that introduced many to the positioning.

Listed below are extra previous weblog articles that I’ve posted to SafeHarbor:

  • Office bullying and mobbing in academe: The hell of heaven? (2009, rev. 2014) (hyperlink right here)
  • How dangerous thought patterns about office bullying and mobbing might speed up the getting old course of (2019) (hyperlink right here)
  • When a outstanding worker is fired for creating “an abusive work surroundings” (2018) (hyperlink right here)
  • We perceive human dignity provided that we additionally comprehend humiliation and abuse (2015) (hyperlink right here)
  • Office mistreatment: The significance of cross-situational empathy (2015) (hyperlink right here)
  • Disgrace-based organizations: When workplaces resemble dysfunctional households (2015) (hyperlink right here)
  • “Jerks at work” vs. office soul stalkers (2017) (hyperlink right here)
  • “Grasp and servant”: The roots of American employment regulation (2013) (hyperlink right here)
  • Life classes from Dr. Edith Eger, Auschwitz survivor (2018) (hyperlink right here)
  • What separates the “finest” office abusers from the remaining? (2015, rev. 2019) (hyperlink right here)

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