Barb Leon’s New Book ‘Bullies, Bosses, and Angels’ Shares a Closer Perspective of Dealing With Bullies in the Workplace

Barb Leon, RN, MSN, PHN, a nurse with a career in case management, has completed her most recent book “Bullies, Bosses, and Angels”: a thought-provoking read that shares a nurse’s account of her experience with bullying and how it led to several problems for the hospital. She goes on to speak about how she fought her battle and braved her way out of being bullied.
Leon shares, “Bullies are everywhere, and as an employee, many of us have experienced a BU-VID 20 pandemic (BU—bullies, VID—infested, 20—for at least the last twenty years) in many areas of our careers. Bullying is not just in nursing but all avenues of employment where employees may experience bullying with no recourse to stop the bully. This is in only places of employment that do not enforce anti-bullying behavior, and policy and procedures are not enforced although recommended. Why? Because there are no state or federal regulations that make this behavior unacceptable in a place of employment, therefore, not enforceable to stop the behavior. Bosses can be jerks all they want, nothing happens to stop the behavior, and employees leave their job because of this.”
Published by Fulton Books, Barb Leon’s book is an illuminating and comforting manuscript that reaches out, not only to nurses but also to every adult that went or is going through bullying in the confines of their workplace. The author wants everyone to find it in themselves the courage to break free from this behavior.
Readers who wish to experience this moving work can purchase “Bullies, Bosses, and Angels” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books