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How do we recognize bullies in the workplace? How do we cope with mobbing?

We all come across people who have difficulty communicating in every area of our lives. Sometimes we are faced with situations that make problem-solving difficult. Some people complain constantly, others try to humiliate the opposite side, some want more competence than they have, and some see the worst in everything. When it comes down to Business lifeDealing with difficult people or situations is more important. Because every Relationship and position are not able to cope with the affects Our success, productivity and happiness are key factors in our work environment’s efficiency and peace. Bullying at work, or mobbing, is one of our main challenges.

Sometimes we come across someone in the workplace. Others who are in the same place as we; sometimes, we can be managers or customers with whom communication is difficult. It is therefore difficult to learn who and what situations are most challenging for us. How to handle challenging behavior They are very beneficial. Forbes published research that found that it is beneficial to work with them. 75% Workers around the world are affected by Bullying in the workplace. Between 2011 and 2016, 38,262 people Call the 170 lines of Ministry of Labor and Social Security for information. Psychological supportTo mobbing situations.

It is important not too personalize the Behavior of people They force us to do so and how to handle them.

Unnoticed Danger: Hidden Aggressive Human Type

The 12 types of problem-causing people can be divided into two groups. They are self-centered, insecure, oppressive and aggressive. Each type has characters that can be difficult to communicate with. The type that is the focus of this article is however the one that falls within the category of The covert attacker.

Since ancient times, all of us have known our enemies and responded accordingly. Their intelligence allows them to predict the future and help us determine our defense style. The most dangerous are those who covertly attack. This personality structure does not reflect the real persona of those who have it. You are your faces. While you think They are secure and expect you make mistakes like a hungry Wolf. They will laugh at you and pull you behind them, making you vulnerable because they don’t know the danger. They don’t want to be publicly seen.

What are the characteristics and traits of an aggressive covert type?

  • These types are sneaky and passive-aggressive.
  • Instead of speaking face-to-face, they criticize others by speaking behind their backs.
  • They enjoy making jokes about other people.
  • They enjoy having an audience.
  • They are happy to share your successes and failures with you.

Bullying at work: mobbing

Victims may feel psychological harassment at work. A feeling of hopelessness, helplessness and meaninglessness Anxiety and fearAnger, distraction, loss of self-confidence, posttraumatic stress disorder, and anger Depression, in particular, can lead to mental problems that may even lead to suicide. (1) Physical problems can be accompanied by mental disorders Such ailments as High blood pressure, itching, skin rashes and itching, tachycardia, low appetite, loss of appetite, blood pressure, blood sugar, tachycardia, tachycardia, nausea, tachycardia, heart rate, blood pressure, and tachycardia. (2)

Bullying at work does not require you to be belligerent, shouting, and violent. There are many passive-aggressive, but less well-known bullying behaviors. Let’s take a look at some examples.

  • Exclusion of team meetings or events
  • sabotaging your job
  • Don’t let your workload overwhelm you.
  • Withhold information deliberately
  • Spreading gossip and false rumors

What can you do if you are being bullied at your workplace?

Stop the secrecy by the tyrant.

Non-disclosure is the greatest weapon of a covert attacker. Communicating with the other party is the best way to prove that you are aware and conscious of bullying. Ask him if it was meant to hurt. Ask him if you heard it from another person. You can now ask him to keep his comments to yourself and only tell them when he is alone.

He can defend himself or deny it; he will then be aware of your childish bullying tactics.

Never lose control.

If a bullied co-worker is passively-aggressively excluding you from a lunch trip or is overly critical of your work, don’t let him know that his behavior is affecting you. Although you may not be able to control the bully’s behavior entirely, you can always control his actions.

Be strong against bullying, be calm and tell bullies that you won’t tolerate their actions.

You should be cautious, but also strengthen your hand.

Take a detailed note for each incident where you were questioned about your competence, such as an arbitrary instruction, written attack or a meeting. Include the date, location and time. You should not be the only one in a meeting with the bully.

Do not be afraid to speak up.

Remember, There is overwhelming evidence to show that self-esteem has a direct correlation with how one treats others with kindness, respect and generosity. (Nathaniel Branden). Your self-esteem can have a significant impact on how people treat you.

Take a look at your options.

You must be kind to your colleagues when they bully you. What do you need to know? Which battles are worth fighting, and which ones are not?

Consider changing to a more suitable work environment if you feel the current work environment is not right for you.