“Some people won’t be happy until they’ve pushed you to the ground. What you have to do is have the courage to stand your ground and not give them the time of day. Hold on to your power and never give it away.”
– Donna Schoenrock
If you feel bullied at work, via the presentation below, 7 tips on dealing with a bully, you will know that bullying is also happening to others in the workplace too and not just you.
There are tips and steps in this presentation on dealing with a bully that will help you to deal with any bullying situation in your workplace.
How do you know if you are being bullied?
For you to act on the tips on dealing with a bully at work, you must know if and when you are being bullied. If you regularly try and avoid a particular person at work, if you regularly feel intimidated by them, afraid to work near them or you get yelled at, criticised, put down, insulted or frowned upon by them, then, you might be at the receiving end of bullying.
Are you working with a bully?
You may be working with a bully if your mistakes are constantly brought up or if your work is sabotaged. If you wake up in the mornings and dread going to work, you may have a bully as a co-worker or boss.
If you feel as described above, as well as the tips on dealing with a bully in the presentation, these are also the actions to take to defeat the bully.
If you know the tell-tale signs of bullying, then be sure to know how to deal with a bully at work.
The tips on dealing with a bully in the presentation are primarily aimed at anyone who feels bullied where they work. However, they may also be adapted and used by anyone who feels bullied at school or anywhere else.