Lies in truth and truth in lies: an in-depth study of a workplace bullying scenario

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Title: Lies in truth and truth in lies: an in-depth study of a workplace bullying scenario
Year: 2002
Authors: White, S.
Abstract:

A case of bullying within a small UK sales office is used to show how a psychodynamically informed mediator looks behind the stories of a bully and a victim to understand the deeper systemic dynamics hurting the organisation and individuals. In appreciating there maybe truth in lies and lies in truth, based on a quote from William Blake, non-judgemental and non-intrusive recommendations are made to resolve the conflict.

Keywords: bullying, boundaries, containment, reverie, mediation.
Language: English


Journal: Business and Professional Ethics
Volume: 21
Issue: 2
Start page: 79
End page: 90
ISSN: 0277-2027
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Sheila White
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Corresponding author: Sheila White

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