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Fighting Back: How to Fight Bullying In the Workplace Paperback – 16 Jul 2002
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"Quite the most clear, concise, simple and effective narrative on the evil of bullying" -- Impact Magazine, September, 2002
"Fighting Back" represents a comprehensive analysis of a major industrial problem: bullying. 'The book sets out a practical and strategic approach for dealing with and combating a very serious problem' - Tony Young, President, T.U.C. 'This is a long awaited and welcome book. It contains the straightforward advice that people being bullied have been asking for and have yet to receive' - Baroness Gould, House of Lords. 'This is an outstanding, plain-talking manual that explains exactly how bullies operate at various levels, how victims can protect themselves and how the bullying behaviour can be effectively countered. Highly recommended for individuals, managers and concerned colleagues' - Tim Roberts, Partner, Peace Makers UK, reviewer and journalist, visiting lecturer at University of Liverpool."Fighting Back" is a hard-hitting, authoritative guide to combating bullying in the work place. Taking a simple, straightforward approach, this book looks at how to recognise a bully, how to protect yourself, how to gather evidence, and the steps to take to make an immediate and lasting difference.This book features real life case studies, which will arm those being bullied with realistic advice to remedy the situation. Practical and inspirational, the book shows you how to: develop assertive behaviour; gain control and assert your rights; recognise stressful behaviour and deal with it positively; recognise when you are being bullied and when you are not; and, tackle 'flaming' (a form of bullying via e-mail). If the bullying persists, the book provides you with practical advice and information on the tribunal and legal issues both in the UK and Europe See all Product description
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22 October 2002
For two years I have been bullied by my manager, I have even been assaulted by one of his colleagues. The company were not prepared to take my complaint seriously and I was on anti-depressants. I was about to give up my job until I read this brilliant book. It has given me the inspiration to carry on. David Graves has obviously been there, got the T shirt and the CD and has written this book for all of us who have suffered at the hands of a bully, it's just so easy to read and understand and I am now using the book as a guide to ensure my complaint is no longer ignored. Thank you David.
22 October 2002
I didn't know what to do about the colleague I was working with who seemed to take exception to everything I did and everything about me. She has worked at the company for 12 years and I 3 yrs. two yrs ago I transferred to the same department as her and after 6 months she started bullying me. I was at my wits end with worry and taking time off just so I didn't have to go in and face her. I spoke about the problem to a relative who reccomended Fighting Back and it may well have saved my sanity. The book is full of common sense strategies that really do work and i am slowly getting to grips with this evil woman who made my life hell for almost 18 months. it's a fantastic book and should be given to everyone in the workplace as a Christmas present.
17 July 2009
Being in a difficult position I found that this book was helpful in parts - it gives good advice in terms of ways forward but in other ways presented as quite naive in how to tackle what is a fundamentally quite a nebulous issue to tackle - I say this having been there before but I was relatively pleased with the purchase.