Part 2: Guest Catherine Mattice, in this #KeyPointPodcast series discusses Workplace Bullying in Healthcare
HR Latte, episode 96
Series: Bullying in the Workplace
“I’ve said for along time that people who feel good about themselves produce good results, and people who produce good results feel good about themselves – so they want to stay and contribute. There is little doubt that people seldom leave organizations because of compensation. Most often, they leave because of how they are treated by their boss or the people around them.”
This series touches on what can be done about Workplace Bullying, why it happens, and how to change or alter this destructive behavior. Businesses today are becoming more mindful of corporate wellness and the impact this type of behavior and other employee issues can have on overall company success.
Catherine Mattice is the co-author of Back Off! Your Kick-Ass Guide to Ending Bullying at Work – her expertise and research allow her to present and speak on this topic all over the world. As a former HR Practitioner, Catherine is well-positioned to understand and assist this on-going issue that is not confined to the school yard.
In this episode, we discuss the impact of Bullying in a Healthcare Organization.
For the Target of Bullying: “You have to stand up for yourself and it’s hard because it takes courage. A bully will pick on people who will not push back.” – Catherine Mattice
Discussion Points for this episode:
- The Myths of Bullying
- What Healthcare HR Professionals can do about Bullying in the Workplace
- Healthcare is on the Worst Environments for Workplace Bullying
- The Perception of Power in Healthcare: How Bullying Thrives
- Joint Commission’s Leadership Standard
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