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Why Some Bosses Bully Their Best Employees Many researchers have studied the phenomenon of abusive supervisors, or what we’ll call “bully bosses.” The behavior of a bully boss can include a wide range of various forms of non-physical aggression, such as ridiculing employees, putting them down in front of others, accusing them of incompetence, blaming them, lying to them, or not giving them credit for their work. Such bullying has been shown to result in a whole set of negative consequences for employees such as psychological distress, job dissatisfaction, and emotional exhaustion. It’s also been linked to counter-productive behaviors, from the organizational to the interpersonal. 12 Signs You’re Disrespecting Yourself (and How to Stop) “How people treat other people is a direct reflection how they feel about themselves” – Paulo Coelho Every relationship we have, can be viewed as a reflection of the relationship we have with ourselves and setting the tone for the right relationships, lies heavily upon us. By trusting ourselves, listening to our own thoughts, feelings and emotions, we become more authentic and this gives us the wonderful opportunity to become comfortable in our own skin. Yet, when we are not comfortable with who we are, we project onto others, what we cannot accept of ourselves.

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