Do you think you’re missed at your old job? If not, you should think again. Knowing how much you mattered may provide a much needed boost in self confidence.
65% of targets of workplace bullying will lose their job. And whether you transferred to escape, were fired unjustly, or took a stand and walked away from the abuse, those of us left reeling in the aftermath often feel defeated. Our confidence suffers as we struggle to separate our prior beliefs about ourselves from our devastating outcome. We often find ourselves wondering,
What are the top 10 ways to save big in the workplace? In my last blog, I mentioned that the lessons learned from workplace bullying were valuable for anyone working in an organization. But what exactly were the lessons I learned? And which ones could potentially save others their career and health? I took a look back at my situation and narrowed my list down to ten.
Is there a word standing in the way of your empowerment? When you hear the word BULLY, what comes to mind? How does it make you feel? Could it be that employees are resistant to learning more about workplace bullying, in part, because of the word "bully" itself?
Are you an empowered employee? Hello, everyone. My name is Janice Gilligan White, and I’m a survivor of workplace bullying. I worked in a company I believed in for over a decade and considered myself one of the lucky ones; I was an employee who found my work deeply fulfilling and I felt a strong sense of belonging.
My Survivor’s Guilt Challenge Did you know that survivor’s guilt can follow a workplace aggression event almost as naturally as anger and sorrow? At least it did for me.
Have you ever been told to just let it go? If you’ve ever faced workplace aggression, there’s a good chance you have. But what if I told you that may be bad advice? Perhaps it's in the not letting go that you can find healing.