El-Watan

Promoting Democracy in Algeria

Bullying Staff Development

Executives are now under a high expectation. Bullying is a widespread problem in the professional world. Both perpetrators and victims tend to the problem keep quiet about. This can cause internal tensions are not recognized and solved. Bullying is a term increasingly occurring for several years at the center of the attention of educators and managers, its impact in the social context are worrying and give rise to action. However the term is not that new, 1963 Konrad Lorenz has first used him for an observed behavior in the Animal Kingdom, until he was then also entered the social psychology of the people. It broadly describes the harassment of a person by a group of people who are pursuing different goals.

In the company the main goal it should be but together to bring forward the success of the company, so that each manager with personnel responsibilities is required through appropriate measures, about a coaching, executives in the Dealing with bullying victims and perpetrators to train and to respond appropriately. Because otherwise threatens the hazard of social peace in the company as well as consequences for the quality and quantity of work. Since bullying often goes with shame and violation of its own, it is hard for the victims, to seek contact with a Manager and open your own situation to discuss, here training and accompanied by such routine for both sides helps, effectively and efficiently to have the conversation and to suggest even small signals properly and avoid so worse. Talks are to lead, with the victims as well as with the offenders, especially when bullying against the defined statutes of the Arcade with each other stands in the company by the superiors anyway with both parties. Are such statutes does not exist, it can not hurt to initiate them to define as a code of desired behavior, which are then also the executives who also tasked with its observance, a tool to shake a hand, that supports and sets out a framework for action in cases of doubt. Andreas Mettler

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