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Bullying explored in the latest Journal of the International Ombudsman Association

The latest issue (Vol 3, No. 2) of the Journal of the International Ombudsman Association features a great set of articles addressing bullying and incivility in higher education and other organizational workplaces. The journal is available online as a pdf.

IOA Journal cover Here’s the table of contents.

Editorial: Bullying—What Can Ombudsmen Do? by David Miller

Some Things You Need to Know but May Have Been Afraid to Ask: A Researcher Speaks to Ombudsmen about Workplace Bullying by Loraleigh Keashly

Cases Involving Allegations of Workplace Bullying: Threats to Ombuds Neutrality and Other Challenges by Tom Sebok and Mary Chavez Rudolph

Tackling Systemic Incivility Problems: The Ombudsman as Change Agent by Jan Morse

Dealing with Bullying Behaviours in the Workplace: What Works—A Practitioner?s View by Barbara McCulloch

Bullying: A View from the Corporate World by Mim Gaetano

Experience From Japan by Noriko Tada

The Several Purposes of the OO Crystal Ball by Mary Rowe

The Importance of Relationships for Ombudpersons by Tim Griffin

The Organizational Ombudsman as Change Agent for Organizational and Social Capital by Brian Bloch And Nancy Erbe

I Was Just Thinking: Some Thoughts on Bullying in International Organizations by James Lee

Some Considerations for Ombuds Dealing with Allegations of Bullying by Marsha L. Wagner

Recent Developments: A Legal Perspective by Tom A. Kosakowski