Bullying in the charity sector and implications for leadership

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ACEVO and Centre for Mental Health’s report on bullying in the charity sector does not make comfortable reading, writes Vicky Browning, ACEVO CEO. But that’s why it matters 

In plain sight: workplace bullying in charities and the implications for leadership is the second report we have released following reports about bullying, abusive and exploitative behaviour taking place in some charities that came to light last year.

When we released Leading with values last July and recommended research to be carried out into bullying in the charity sector, I was not necessarily thinking that ACEVO would be the one to do it. One of ACEVO’s most important roles is to champion the role of civil society leaders and the role and impact they and their organisations have in public life. A report on workplace bullying in the charity sector would inevitably lead to negative news articles and uncomfortable conversations.

But ACEVO’s…

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