Micro Talk: Workplace Bullying

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The bully aims to assault the dignity, competence and self-worth of the target to derive personal gains, often leaving the target feeling responsible, guilty, isolated and confused.
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Hira Ali, Chief Executive Officer of Advancing Your Potential, Managing Director of International Women Empowerment Events and Founding Director of Career Excel is a multifaceted career coach and trainer who has impacted hundreds of people from various industries and professions across the

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Publicly trashing ideas with the intention to belittle others, scoffing and dismissing any suggestions or proposals made in meetings, openly making snide remarks and frequently denouncing fellow team members at work; these are some of the common characteristics that categorize bullies at work.

American bullying experts Drs. Gary and Ruth Namie define bullying as a “Repeated, health-harming mistreatment of a person by one or more workers that takes the form of verbal abuse; conduct or behaviors that are threatening, intimidating, or humiliating; sabotage that prevents work from getting done; or some combination of the three.”

The bully aims to assault the dignity, trustworthiness, competence, and self-worth of the target to derive personal gains or sadistic satisfaction, often leaving the target feeling responsible, guilty, isolated and confused.

So what can we do to stop these baddies in their tracks?