Not sure if you are being bullied? Was that last interaction during the team meeting what you thought it was? Afraid to ask? Here are some examples to help clarify…

  1. Constant reminding of errors or faults
  2. Open, visible humiliation amongst peers, team members or customers
  3. Vocal Exploitation
  4. Intentionally providing misleading or incorrect information.
  5. Making jokes that are ‘obviously offensive’ by word or email or social media platforms.
  6. Intruding on a person’s privacy by harassing, snooping or stalking.

Fresh Spotlight

“Bullying builds character like nuclear waste creates superheroes. It’s a rare occurrence and often does much more damage than endowment.”

~ Zack W. Van

Updated 4/13/202

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