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Launch of bully-proofing in the workplace – free event at 12-noon on Wednesday 30th June.

Bullies and harassers GROOM meaning their behaviour can be stopped BEFORE it starts - come and find out why this is a gamechanger. Join us to learn how my webinars can bully-proof your workplace. Learn how to access the nearest thing you can get to a superpower at work! Join Zoom Meeting at 12 noon,… Continue reading Launch of bully-proofing in the workplace – free event at 12-noon on Wednesday 30th June.

Exclusion: one of the most dangerous forms of bullying.

We are a tribal species - an excluded target’s mental health will suffer, and they will be more vulnerable to the crew predator. The predator supports to target for their own agenda, for example seducing them even bullying them into remaining ‘compliant.’ Excluding a team member is inexcusable as being treated with dignity and respect… Continue reading Exclusion: one of the most dangerous forms of bullying.

Those who are still spiteful children at heart gaslight

Article from national bullying helpline, "The term Gaslighting is a ‘label’ which embraces a cocktail of inappropriate and often manipulative workplace practices. Sadly, these unacceptable practices are commonplace. Historically, we have described these practices as ‘subtle workplace bullying’. The term Gaslighting is based on a 1944 film ‘Gaslight’ starring Ingrid Bergman. Bergman’s character marries and… Continue reading Those who are still spiteful children at heart gaslight

On the subject of ‘banter’ please find below an article from ‘The Conversation’ Nottingham Trent University, which I think says it all. ‘Seven ways that banter can become bullying

Authors: Lucy Betts (Professor of Social Developmental Psychology) Loren Abell (Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology) Oonagh Steer (Psychology Lecturer) Sarah Buglass (Psychology Lecturer) ‘We’ve probably all experienced a joke that went too far. When used appropriately, light-hearted use of humour, mocking, insults and teasing – often referred as banter – can strengthen relationships between friends… Continue reading On the subject of ‘banter’ please find below an article from ‘The Conversation’ Nottingham Trent University, which I think says it all. ‘Seven ways that banter can become bullying

Sarah Everard, Sabina Nessa and Ending Violence Against All Women and Girls – let’s make this year’s Reclaim the Night march a hum dinger!

Reclaim the Night 2021! Saturday 27th November - it would be lovely to meet some of you there. Currently it starts at 6pm at Marble Arch walking to Golden Square. So if you wish that you had gone to the vigil for Sarah Everard this march is the place to make your feeling on the… Continue reading Sarah Everard, Sabina Nessa and Ending Violence Against All Women and Girls – let’s make this year’s Reclaim the Night march a hum dinger!