Bully Blocking At Work

Author: Evelyn M. Field
Publisher: Australian Academic Press
ISBN: 1921513446
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Provides an overview of workplace bullying, describes the effects of the act on the employees, and offers strategies for tackling the situation individually and as an organization.

Bully Blocking

Author: Evelyn M. Field
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9781846426322
Size: 21.77 MB
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This confidence-boosting book aims to help children overcome the damaging effects of teasing and bullying, and to develop practical skills and attitudes to improve their self-esteem and quality of life. This revised edition of Bully Blocking (originally published under the title Bully Busting) is based on Evelyn Field's 'Secrets of relating', a six-step model that has proved highly successful in her counselling work with young people. The first part of the book helps parents understand what happens when their children are bullied and provides useful approaches for changing the attitude of children who may feel there is no hope. The second part provides a programme of activities with an emphasis on fun, helping children to understand their feelings and develop effective methods of counteracting bullying situations, including improving self-esteem, building support networks and communicating confidently. This book will be an invaluable resource for parents, teachers, educators and counsellors working with children at risk of or experiencing bullying.

Bully In Sight

Author: Tim Field
Publisher: Success Unlimited
ISBN: 9780952912101
Size: 58.12 MB
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Bully in Sight - How to predict, resist, challenge and combat workplace bullying. Overcoming the silence and denial by which abuse thrives. By Tim Field with a foreword by Diana Lamplugh OBE.

The New Academic

Author: Shelda Debowski
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335245366
Size: 49.46 MB
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This new text is focused on providing new academics with a realistic and practical guide as to how to survive and thrive in an academic setting.

Developing Academics

Author: Shelda Debowski
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317436938
Size: 60.33 MB
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Academics work in a highly complex world where they must build integrative capabilities and outcomes as teachers, researchers and leaders. As they progress from novice to expert their evolving identities, methodologies and strategies need to be well-attuned to their own strengths and the sectoral expectations: a process that is greatly facilitated by the guidance of leaders and specialist developers. Developing Academics offers guidance to developers, senior leaders and academics on the principles and practices that support high-performing and adaptive academic communities. As the first work to explore the complex nature of academic capacity building, it offers comprehensive development principles, learning theories and specific strategies to support academic growth and development. Developing Academics explores academic capacity from a range of perspectives, including: What makes a high-performing, well-rounded academic? How can our academics be equipped to meet the demands of their current and future roles? What are the essential characteristics of an outstanding developer and development service? How can leaders support and guide high-performing academics who wish to excel? This book is divided into five parts. The first explores academic capacity building and the role developers, leaders and academics play. The second part offers comprehensive guidance to higher education developers, providing the theoretical grounding, methodologies and advanced professional techniques that support their service delivery. The third explores the academic development context, mapping the key capabilities that academics need to acquire as they progress from early career to senior roles across their various portfolios. The fourth explores strategies to evaluate and research the impact of higher education development on learners and their performance. In the final part, the design of higher education services and their interaction with university leaders is explored, illustrating the critical importance of building influence and impact across the university community. The positioning of higher education development as a discipline is also mapped. Developers, leaders and academics will find this handbook to be an essential resource for regular reference: full of useful insights, tips and strategies to help them increase their outcomes and impact. Readers are challenged to reflect on their own leadership and effectiveness throughout this work, as individuals and contributors to academic capacity building.

Bully Busting

Author: Evelyn M. Field
Publisher: Finch Pub
ISBN: 9781876451042
Size: 63.97 MB
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This practical book aims to help children overcome the damaging effects of teasing and bullying, and to develop understandings and skills which can be used throughout their lives. Special activity pages, with an emphasis on fun, allow young people to apply concepts that are effective in counteracting bullying situations. The book is designed for parents to use with children of primary and secondary school age. Bullybusting is based on Evelyn Field's 'Secrets of relating', a six-step model which has proved highly successful in her counselling work with young people in schools and private practice. The first part of the book, 'Understanding bullying', helps parents understand what happens when children are bullied and provides useful approaches for changing the attitude of children who may feel there is no hope. The second part of the book is activity-based and introduces young readers to 'The six secrets of bullybusting': how to deal with your feelings; understand why you are teased and bullied; build your self-esteem; become a confident communicator; create a 'power pack' of skills; and develop a support network. Book jacket.

Strategies For Surviving Bullying At Work

Author: Evelyn M. Field
Publisher: Australian Academic Press
ISBN: 1921513810
Size: 32.58 MB
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No one goes to work to be humiliated, abused, ostracised, subjected to rumours, or assaulted. Yet this is the reality of a working day for many employees. Now you can do something about it. From the author of the highly successful introduction to workplace bullying “Bully Blocking at Work”, comes a practical guide to empower all employees to care for themselves and colleagues when faced with bullying behaviours. Beginning with an overview of social and emotional resiliency at work, the reader is shown how six key strategies based on the development of social skills can equip them to fight even the most persistent of bullies.

Building Resilience At Work

Author: Kathryn McEwen
Publisher: Australian Academic Press
ISBN: 1921513837
Size: 66.82 MB
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Our resilience, or capacity to bounce back and even thrive in pressured times, is critical in workplaces today. With higher workloads, declining resources and frequent change, together with the hectic pace of personal lives, resilience is almost a key to survival. While strategies to build resilience have long been of interest in the arenas of parenting, education and disaster recovery, less focus has been placed on how these ideas can be translated into building resilient workplaces. Resilient people are more optimistic, adaptable and independent. They are also better at solving problems and have sound levels of self-control. Resilient teams have similar characteristics, and find it easier to rebound from setbacks and adapt to change and pressure. All of these characteristics can be developed. Based on sound psychological theory, Building Resilience at Work is a practical and easy-to-read book providing a proven path to self-help in developing personal resilience.

Take The Bully By The Horns

Author: Sam Horn
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780312320225
Size: 12.19 MB
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A guide on how to successfully defuse and avoid negative confrontations with difficult people offers strategies on how to render oneself less of a target, act on anger, outmaneuver controlling behaviors, and develop effective communication skills. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.