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Stress and wellbeing live advice clinic - Tuesday 20 March

Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by gailrobinson, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. If you're suffering from work-related stress or you've got concerns about your health and wellbeing, visit our live advice clinic on Tuesday 20 March 4-6.30pm. We've got a panel of experts who on hand to offer advice and support and you can ask questions anonymously.
    The panel includes Rob Latham from the Teacher Support Network and Professor Cary Cooper, Distinguished Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at the University of Lancaster.
    You can get your questions in now, and even if you can't make it to the live event you can read the responses on the replay of the chat. Your question won't go live immediately but we will send you an acknowledgement and we will publish it on Tuesday. Best wishes
    Gail

     
  2. If you're suffering from work-related stress or you've got concerns about your health and wellbeing, visit our live advice clinic on Tuesday 20 March 4-6.30pm. We've got a panel of experts who on hand to offer advice and support and you can ask questions anonymously.
    The panel includes Rob Latham from the Teacher Support Network and Professor Cary Cooper, Distinguished Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at the University of Lancaster.
    You can get your questions in now, and even if you can't make it to the live event you can read the responses on the replay of the chat. Your question won't go live immediately but we will send you an acknowledgement and we will publish it on Tuesday. Best wishes
    Gail

     
  3. Interesting to read the responses to people with questions about bullying.

    "the bully is often under pressure themselves"
    "the obvious answer is to stand up to them"

    IMHO two of the most unhelpful responses I've seen in a long time and clearly made by people who have never been seriously and systematically abused by a bully or in my case more of a sociopath.
     

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