And That’s Enough Now…

Bullying in the Workplace is entirely unacceptable.

Workplace bullying is a serious workplace health and safety concern, often with significant short and long term effects leaving individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and a range of medical issues.

And that's enough. Workplace bullying workshop

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Workplace bullying is costly for the individual, for the team, for the organisation, for the profession, and for the community. In this one day workshop, the facilitator will take you through body exercises to assist you to manage yourself in those moments that take your breath away.

This new workshop was very well received when offered for the first time in Brisbane in 2019 as a one-day workshop. It included discussion of a number of models that highlight what Workplace Bullying looks and sounds like and the harm to the staff, the health of the organisation and to workplace morale.

Participants especially appreciated the time given to discussing ways to manage the effects of workplace bullying and appropriate methods to give voice to it and challenge it in skilled and competent ways using Professional Code of Ethics, and Code of Conduct.

Feedback from some of our workshop participants:
    • “…an opportunity to reflect on your actions, why you are drawn to certain behaviours and helps to realign your intentions” 
    • “The course was great, very informative, and presented in an enlivening way, doing the role plays and other action methods makes the work integrated into your being. I have found myself changing many things in my practice since attending” 
    • “Compassion fatigue & vicarious trauma. Being an empathetic person, it can be all too easy to get caught in another person’s emotions” 
  • Understand the range of definitions used regarding workplace bullying
  • Discuss the behaviours of workplace bullying
  • Explore the impact of workplace bullying – emotionally, psychologically, physically
  • Understand the way in which the body manages the experience of workplace bullying
  • Explore the impact of bullying on collegial and familial relationships
  • Discuss ways in which professional Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct can be used to give voice to unacceptable behaviours
  • Identify a range of body strategies that can be used to assist with managing the experience of bullying in the moment and beyond.
  • Rehearse how to find a professional voice challenging workplace bullying

Participants will leave the workshop with a number of strategies they can implement for themselves, and for the organisation for which they work.

Click on the image to download a PDF file with full information and registration form or, download the registration form at the foot of this page, check our calendar, and send us your completed form with payment to the address listed.

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