LIGHTNING RELEASES: Greater Philadelphia, PA (4/29/2014) - Do you need to solve a bully problem? This unique multi-perspective anthology examines legislative, human resources, and leadership vantage points. Academics, attorneys, and practitioners offer their expertise in investigating the detrimental impact of workplace bullying on organizational creativity and human innovation, well-being and brain function.
Workplace bullying has captured the attention of leadership, scholars and human resource professionals nationally and internationally. 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.
Dr. Leah Hollis is a 20+ year veteran of higher education who has served in many administration and faculty posts. Her first book Bully in the Ivory Tower presented primary research on workplace bullying in higher education. This second book is a collection of essays which examines various perspectives on workplace bullying in a variety of work environments.
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