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Some were pathetic pencil pushers who maintained jobs by longstanding, high-level connections they held within companies (a.k.a. Their emotional abuse was their bureaucratic mindset that prevented them from making decisions or 'going to bat' (American baseball phrase for advocacy) for their people.
I'm opening this conversation to offer an arena for dialogue around the topic, because I fear that confusing intense management with intimidating menace may not only weaken our organizations, but do something much worse: cause .
In short, enervating the very leaders in need of support. I've witnessed them and been a direct object of them.
In our politically correct culture (I am an American) we have developed a low tolerance for anything relationally unpleasant.
In our quest for reducing emotional turmoil we rename conflict arrogance, we rename organizational pressure, intimidation, and, one of the latest trends across all manner of workplaces is calling out 'bullying'.
Do I deny there can be such a thing as bullying in the workplace? I've seen it, experienced it, but I offer that it is rare, yet when present, it is awful.