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Seven (7) Ways to Respond to Bullying and a Queen Bee

Seven (7) Ways to Respond to Bullying and a Queen Bee | Bullying | Scoop.it

Are you experiencing prolonged harassment?  It may be that you may have just encountered a bully, and for women, it can be similar to experiencing an adult "mean girl." 

Excerpts of my seven points:

Realize that as the target of a bully, your power is limited.   Take great care before using traditional, upward reporting as it could actually make it worse.   Take notice of the power of your peer networks, including “peer witnesses” of bullying incidents; simply having someone else show up and observe the situation can eliminate the immediate threat. Remember that often it really isn’t about you, though the impact of a bully’s behavior is very real.    See the full post here:   Seven (7) Ways to Respond to Bullying and a Queen Bee Related posts:

   

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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, March 16, 2013 2:55 PM

This is my own post of lessons learned in dealing with bullying and the misuse of power.  Harassment and bullying is more common that we may realize.  ~  Deb

Soren Andrews's curator insight, May 12, 2014 9:22 AM

This article was amazing and I really liked it. It met all the criteria and it had very good suggestions on how to face bullying or a "Queen Bee". It is a great source for solutions. 

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Seven (7) Ways to Respond to Bullying and a Queen Bee

Seven (7) Ways to Respond to Bullying and a Queen Bee | Bullying | Scoop.it

Are you experiencing prolonged harassment?  It may be that you may have just encountered a bully, and for women, it can be similar to experiencing an adult "mean girl." 

Excerpts of my seven points:

Realize that as the target of a bully, your power is limited.   Take great care before using traditional, upward reporting as it could actually make it worse.   Take notice of the power of your peer networks, including “peer witnesses” of bullying incidents; simply having someone else show up and observe the situation can eliminate the immediate threat. Remember that often it really isn’t about you, though the impact of a bully’s behavior is very real.    See the full post here:   Seven (7) Ways to Respond to Bullying and a Queen Bee Related posts:

   

There’s No Such Thing as Leadership? Pull, Influence and “Open Space” vs. Power   Knowledge, Passion & Power: 3 Simple Change Principles to Release It
Via Deb Nystrom, REVELN
more...
Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, March 16, 2013 2:55 PM

This is my own post of lessons learned in dealing with bullying and the misuse of power.  Harassment and bullying is more common that we may realize.  ~  Deb

Soren Andrews's curator insight, May 12, 2014 9:22 AM

This article was amazing and I really liked it. It met all the criteria and it had very good suggestions on how to face bullying or a "Queen Bee". It is a great source for solutions.