Bully Beyond the Tower 2014 : A Collection of Peer Reviewed Essays on Workplace Bullying
Bully Beyond the Tower is a collection of peer reviewed essays from academics, attorneys, and practitioners who offer a variety of perspectives on the ills of workplace bullying. Any organization that harbors a bully threatens its own innovation and creativity. Those who endure bullying are subject to brain trauma, emotional trauma, and psychological trauma. This collection offers different insight including global initiatives, restorative solutions, and leadership strategies for overcoming bullying in the workplace. However, without legislation in United States, workplace bullying continues to diminish the creativity, productivity and well-being of workers subjected to status free abuse and harassment. This anthology offers a unique series of diverse perspectives on workplace bullying which will inform organizational leadership and individual targets struggling to find relief from an abusive boss(es) and organizations that support bully the mentality.
- Paperback | 234 pages
- 152 x 229 x 12mm | 318g
- 02 Sep 2014
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About Leah P Hollis Ed D
Leah P. Hollis, assistant professor at Morgan State University, is editor and contributor to this collection of peer reviewed articles on workplace bullying. She is also the president of Patricia Berkly LLC who speaks and consults regionally and nationally to help organizations develop and maintain a healthy workplace. Her second book, Bully in the Ivory Tower was published in 2012.