Workplace Bullying: Finding Your Way to Big Tent Belonging

Workplace Bullying: Finding Your Way to Big Tent Belonging

by Dorothy Suskind
Workplace Bullying: Finding Your Way to Big Tent Belonging

Workplace Bullying: Finding Your Way to Big Tent Belonging

by Dorothy Suskind

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Overview

A toolkit for managers wanting to create inclusive cultures by addressing toxic behaviors that stagnate innovation, fracture work communities, and drive out top employees and as a lifeline for employees suffering through workplace abuse.

Workplace Bullying: Finding Your Way to Big Tent Belonging is a lifeline for people who have been targets of workplace abuse and are desperately trying to make sense of the trauma. It is a resource for partners trying to help their loved ones heal. And, it is a toolkit for managers and industry leaders inspiring to create inclusive cultures by proactively addressing toxic behaviors that stagnate innovation, fracture work communities, and drive out top employees. To simplify a complex topic and make the book readable and engaging for a wide audience, the author uses the elements of story to tell the tale of workplace bullying, zooming in on the characters, settings, and plotlines of cultures that allow and/or encourage workplace abuse.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781538172087
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 06/20/2023
Pages: 222
Product dimensions: 5.84(w) x 8.55(h) x 0.83(d)

About the Author

Dorothy Suskind is an Assistant Professor in the Education and Counseling Department at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. In her current role, she supervises pre-service teachers in the field and teaches classes in early literacy, disciplinary literacy, behavior management, secondary education, and a capstone course focusing on women as disruptive change agents in their community. Currently, Dorothy serves on the Research Team and Executive Board of the National Workplace Bullying Coalition and is the Vice President of the Virginia College Literacy Educators.

Table of Contents

  1. Prelude
  2. Introduction
  3. Chapter One: The Cast of Characters
  4. Chapter Two: The Setting of the Battlefield
  5. Chapter Three: The Plotlines that Drive the Conflict
  6. Chapter Four: The Tools of Destruction
  7. Chapter Five: This Job is Making Me Sick
  8. Chapter Six: Reclaiming Your Narrative: Post-Traumatic Growth After Trauma
  9. Chapter Seven: Characteristics of Creative Cultures
  10. Chapter Eight: Closed Circles and Big Tent Belonging: A Theory of Workplace Bullying
  11. Chapter Nine: Concluding the Hero's Journey

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