Bullying isn’t a one off event, so by the time you feel ready to report a bully, the chances are that you have been dealing with the impact for some time. As someone who’s been through it myself, here are my recommended steps to take when you find yourself in this position. 1) Make self care your highest priority If this has been going on for a while, you’re probably already at an emotional low. Maybe you’ve adopted some unhealthy habits as coping mechanisms. I certainly a
It’s really hard to know where to turn when you’re in the midst of an emotionally distressing event in your life. I know how isolated I felt when I was being bullied at work, and needed help with both my health and the legal situation. My first step was to seek help from my doctor for both physical and mental health issues. Eventually, like many people following their employer’s formal HR processes, I turned to professional help in the form of an Employment Law Solicitor.
Lisa Seagroatt, guest blogger and Managing Director of HR Fit for Purpose returns with more great advice about creating healthy workplaces. We’re into February – yippee - and at the time of writing this from my north London office, the sun is shining in through my window (now that Storm Ciara has passed) and I can actually hear birds singing. It’s not exactly spring just yet but …… it feels like it’s coming …. and some of the bulbs are starting to bud in the garden – hooray!
This blog was written by one of Conduct Change's Ambassadors, David Howell, who served in the Police force for 30 years before retiring in 2019. David now uses his passion for cultural change, leadership and teamwork working in Organisational Development roles.
Like many other people I sat down on the dark January evenings to watch the absorbing documentary, White House Farm. Set in 1985 it tells the true story of the murders of 5 family members by Jeremy Bamber. It also hi
Conduct Change has a small number of specially selected Ambassadors, and we'd like to introduce you to these people who generously give their time to support our work, and help raise awareness about the need for a change in the way workplaces deal with bullying. We've asked them about themselves, and what motivated them to support Conduct Change, and we'll be sharing their answers with you in a series of interviews. Today, the spotlight is on David Howell. Tell us a little ab