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  • Paperback: 96 pages
  • Publisher: A & C Black Publishers Ltd (15 May 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0713675209
  • ISBN-13: 978-0713675207
  • Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 0.7 x 17.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 228,047 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A freelance life coach, author and HR specialist, Lorenza Clifford balances running her business (Coachange Ltd) with bringing up three small children. She has written several books, including Survive bullying at work and Interview others. Lorenza has a Masters degree in Occupational Psychology, a coaching qualification and over a decade of coaching experience. She has worked with blue-chip clients to help them to tap into their potential, improving their performance on the job. She has also used her skills to help individuals deploy their strengths more effectively, achieve their goals more efficiently and feel satisfied in their lives.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Wanderer75 on 3 April 2011
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I've been bullied by my supervisor since I started my current job, more than 2 years and a half ago. Because of redundancies in my company, I can't complain to our managers or to HR about the bullying, even though it's turned to mobbing over the past 2 years, with my young British colleagues blaming 'stupid' foreigners like me for youth unemployment in the UK.
The bullying has really damaged me psychologically and at times it turns me into a person I don't want to be: someone who snaps back when provoked, instead of ignoring evil people; someone who has difficulty getting up in the morning, even at the weekend (when I used to do sports...); someone who feels so low in the evening that they will just watch a movie or browse the internet aimlessly, instead of learning a new language, or taking a professional course; someone who feels so worthless that they feel unable ever to land another job.
I found this little book at the library 1 year ago, by pure chance, and although I knew I was being bullied, it was still an opener, as it described how I initially let myself coerced into taking more and more work (usually 'all the crappy jobs nobody else wants to do', in my supervisor's own words) and doing more and more overtime, and agreed to stop wearing suits and 'posh' shoes, all in an effort to try and placate my bully. It didn't work at all: the more 'perfect' I was, the more intense the bullying was. In fact, since my work was too good for her to have me fired, she graduated from criticising everything I did or didn't do, to destroying important documents (e.g. recorded deliveries) and accusing me of having lost them (a bit like in 'Philadelphia Story').
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Rolf Dobelli TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 22 Sept. 2008
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Bullies aren't just in the schoolyard - the workplace has plenty of them, too. On-the-job bullies are common to some occupations and stressful corporate cultures. Author Lorenza Clifford, a British career coach with a master's degree in organizational psychology, has put together a short, to-the-point guide to help readers deal with bullying. She highlights some warning signs that a bully may be on the loose in your workplace, cites danger periods when bullying tends to increase and lists some behavioral symptoms victims display. Her common-sense advice and checklists help victims understand what makes a bully behave like one, why bullies are picking on you, who to turn to for help and support, how to take action, and how to rebuild your confidence. Nipping offensive behavior in the bud is the best way to squelch bullying. Sometimes the healthiest option is to seek employment elsewhere. Although written from the standpoint of U.K. law, this book is widely applicable. //getAbstract //believes it can benefit anyone who wants to craft healthy workplace policies, help an employee who is being victimized or avoid being a target.
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i left work before anything was done but i am a better person than them i had the surport and love of my loving family dont let bullies destroy your life.
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By christopher hill on 13 July 2014
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after going through a horrible experience at work from a female manager the book taught me how to tell them to stop, make them listen and deal with them
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Helpful, common-sense advice on dealing with bullies 22 Sept. 2008
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Bullies aren't just in the schoolyard - the workplace has plenty of them, too. On-the-job bullies are common to some occupations and stressful corporate cultures. Author Lorenza Clifford, a British career coach with a master's degree in organizational psychology, has put together a short, to-the-point guide to help readers deal with bullying. She highlights some warning signs that a bully may be on the loose in your workplace, cites danger periods when bullying tends to increase and lists some behavioral symptoms victims display. Her common-sense advice and checklists help victims understand what makes a bully behave like one, why bullies are picking on you, who to turn to for help and support, how to take action, and how to rebuild your confidence. Nipping offensive behavior in the bud is the best way to squelch bullying. Sometimes the healthiest option is to seek employment elsewhere. Although written from the standpoint of U.K. law, this book is widely applicable. //getAbstract //believes it can benefit anyone who wants to craft healthy workplace policies, help an employee who is being victimized or avoid being a target.
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