However, these freedoms come with a responsibility that all members of our university community have a right to work in an environment free from intimidation, exploitation, coercion, violence, aggression, harassment, and/or bullying.
A University Staff member who believes he or she has been subjected to unacceptable hostile and/or intimidating behavior may wish to discuss the matter with the faculty, staff, administrator, student or external/non-campus person directly involved through the intervention of an intermediary at the department, school/college, division, or campus level such as the Office of Human Resources, Ombuds’ Office, Employee Assistance Office or personal representative.
In fact, you are probably more intimidating than you think you are; most leaders don’t see it in themselves.
It’s important for you to be aware that others may be fearful of you simply because of the position you hold.
He must pay $2,768 in fines and costs and $1,138.96 in restitution.
You are a leader who is skillful at creating and sustaining healthy workplace relationships.
Just changing your behavior may not be enough to overcome your intimidating behaviors because if you don’t actually think differently, others will see right through your less-than-genuine behavior.