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My Whistlebowing in a N Workplace Culture

As Toby Brandon and David Brandon (2001b) commented: It is hard to be optimistic about the role of advocacy in social care. Organisations – whether private, voluntary, or statutory – find increasingly effective ways of defending themselves against both insiders and outsiders, who are being perceived as "the enemy". They use gagging clauses in employment contracts; improve skills in public relations; and develop managerial cultures based only on loyalty to the organisation, rather than any  duties they have to clients, families or the public.  The whistleblower is presented with an false outer face by the  organization  that professes to value his or her activities, but behind this phoney mask is  an inner face that is increasingly hostile and vindictive and getting considerably cleverer at hiding their malicious behavior at dealing with any dissidents.  Democracy  is increasing failing particularly within healthcare systems. If you do  have the  integrity   and courage and

A checklist on Corporate Narcissistic Psychopaths Revisited

 Signs and symptoms of serial bullies, sociopaths and psychopaths including the sociopathic behaviour of the industrial psychopath and the corporate psychopath Types of serial bully : The Attention-Seeker , The Wannabe , The Guru and The Sociopath "All cruelty springs from weakness." (Seneca, 4BC-AD65) "Most organisations have a serial bully. It never ceases to amaze me how one person's divisive, disordered, dysfunctional behaviour can permeate the entire organisation like a cancer." Tim Field "The truth is incontrovertible; malice may attack it, ignorance my deride it, but in the end, there it is." Winston Churchill "Lack of knowledge of, or unwillingness to recognise, or outright denial of the existence of the serial bully is the most common reason for an unsatisfactory outcome of a bullying case for both the employee and employer" Tim Field I estimate one person in thirty, male or female, is a serial bully. Who does the

Characteristics of Covert Narcissistic Managers

 Characteristics of  Covert Narcissistic leaders Characteristics of ineffective leadership /   abusive leadership / destructive leadership / toxic managers,  Destructive leadership is repeated behaviors by the leaders that violate the legitimate interests of the organization as well as the employees of the organizational. This can involve behaviors directed towards those subordinates as well as towards the organizational code of conduct and goals. Overall it degrades the organizational effectiveness.  Characteristics as Manager 1.        Lack of character and integrity 2.        Passive, avoidant, absence approach to her leadership 3.        Craves undeserved respect and attention. 4.        Hides her incompetence, talentless  and ineffectiveness behind other competent professionals 5.        Poor interpersonal skills 6.        Unable to developed trust relationships with team members 7.        Self-serving nature 8.        Lacks focus and follow through, resul

Common Abuse Tactics by the Serial Bully at toxic Worksites

Serial Bully  Abuse Tactics within an Organizations    They  recruit management and any other member within the organization  to do his bidding. He will use  them to tempt, convince, communicate, threaten, and otherwise manipulate his target, within the abuse triangle . He controls the   gullible and unsuspecting by various means. Once he has ‘scored’ the desired political points these By-Standers now cooperate in his abusive agendas. They are  used as bargaining chips or leverage. This is Abuse by Proxy.  A common tactic used is that they (now a minion) are instructed and encouraged by the abuser to shun the victim, (the scapegoat), criticize  and inflict on them  various forms of ambient (covert) or overt abuse. Life is a game to him. A prime motivator running through his life is to see how much he can get away with.   The victim's prey  are those that are emotional dependent in some way on him. They are  easily amenable to his  considerable charm, persuasiveness, an