Monday, August 12, 2019

Who's Responsible for Good, or Bad, Results? – Part 2

When something great (Simone Biles), or horrible (recent shootings), happens, the outcomes depend on whether those involved are, or aren't: 1. WILLING, 2. ABLE, and/or 3. ALLOWED to act.

#antibullying #healthyorganizations #leadership #lifeisprecious

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Who's Responsible for Horrific, or Good, Outcomes? – Part 1

This past week, young men in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio chose to commit mass murder. Also this week investigators stated the Boy Scouts of America, an organization claiming to be founded to uplift young male thought and conduct, chose to keep secret the names of hundreds of known pedophiles who chose to sexually assault young Boy Scouts on their watch. Who’s to blame?

Monday, April 29, 2019

Recent "Successful Leaders Aren't Bullies" Amazon Review

Did you know that workplace bullying is not illegal with regards to the EEOC's definition of unprotected classes? Most reports of bullying are ignored. And those who bully get away with it. It's a form of domestic abuse and harassment on the job.

As someone who has personally experienced workplace bullying and mobbing, I can highly recommend Matt Paknis' book, Successful Leaders Aren't Bullies.

Matt has done a comprehensive review of this form of psychological and emotional abuse on the job. Every organization and company could benefit from this insightful and excellent review of what bullying is, how to address it, and how to find solutions to protect every worker and business from the devastating and catastrophic impact that bullying creates, negatively impacting employees, teams, productivity, culture, and profits.

I highly recommend this book for all business leaders and companies wishing to protect, enhance and ensure the quality, safety and reputation of their workplace, creating ethical, civilized, respectful, dignified and professional standards for optimal work environments; knowing how to recognize and address bullying in its early stages, before it escalates and impacts employees and the company.

Thank you, Matt Paknis, for your thorough research and insight into workplace bullying. By sharing your knowledge and expertise, you give hope and are helping the millions of workers who suffer in silence. There definitely needs to be stronger policies and state/national laws to protect all workers.

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Successful Leaders Aren't Bullies is now available as an audio book

Just got word, for folks interested in listening to an audio version of my book, it's here to hear. Any questions, please me know. Enjoy!

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Please Join Me at 3:00 pm on Saturday March 16, 2019 in Livingston, NJ

Please join me at 3:00 pm on Saturday March 16, 2019 at the Barnes & Noble in Livingston, NJ.

At this event scheduled to discuss my book,"Successful Leaders Aren't Bullies, How to Stop Abuse at Work and Build Exceptional Organizations" with other authors.

It will be GREAT to see you!

Thank you for your consideration.

Thursday, February 28, 2019

When the Bully is the Boss

"When the Bully is the Boss" by Benedict Carey is an interesting article, assessing workplace bullying from academicians' perspectives.

From my practitioner, researcher, and survivor perspective, healthy yet tough bosses create thriving organizations where everyone feels safe with trust.

Bullies exploit and hurt the vulnerable with attacks, by throwing them under the bus, or by hanging them out to dry. This is all done because the bully fears his or her incompetence is threatened, or will be exposed, by an unassuming, yet talented target.

Thus, the most talented and gifted employees, instead of being celebrated and modeled, are targeted and attacked by bullies and often leave. All this useless pain and suffering exists solely to satisfy a bully's distorted and disturbed needs to control a threat to his or her incompetence.

Bullies are in for it for themselves.

Healthy leaders uplift thoughts and conduct with transparency, self inspection, and selflessness.

"Bullying bosses undermine their own teams. Morale and company loyalty plunge, tardiness increases and sick days are more frequent." In one of my book's,
case studies, one bully's behaviors cost a plant over $500,000 a month.

It's time to demand good leaders.