EXCERPT FROM THE HUFFINGTON POST
Looking to stop a bully in his tracks?
You’ve come to the right place.
I help a lot of people do this… and I’ve learned a thing or two in the process.
Defeating a workplace bully requires a combination of wit, tactical thinking and a measure of good luck. The good news: I can help you get a “leg up” on how to interrupt and unmask a bully at large without putting your good name at risk.
In the meantime, I want to focus on where most targets of bullying get stuck.
For those of you who are just starting to feel the “ripple effect” that bullying is having on your ability to contribute your greatest gifts at work, this critical understanding is essential.
Yet it’s a message that we tend to resist. Why? Because this reality challenges our basic expectations about what we were taught a workplace should be like.
Unless you accept it, however, a suffocating “mental fog” may keep you stuck in a vulnerable position where you can be attacked- or at the very least undermined- by supervisors you once thought had your best interests in mind.