Category Archives for Janice Gilligan White

closure after workplace bullying

How To Find Closure After Workplace Bullying

Closure After Workplace Bullying By Janice Gilligan White (Guest Blogger) Closure after workplace bullying; it’s what every target desperately searches for. The elusive treasure chest filled with peace. If not found, we risk our health. We can lose our connection to people and our ability to find fulfilling work. We can find ourselves stuck in […]

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Workplace mobbing in aviation

Workplace Mobbing In Aviation: A Survivor’s Story

How I Survived Workplace Mobbing In AviationBy Janice Gilligan White (Guest Blogger)*I love the song, “I’m a Survivor” by Destiny’s Child (2001). It’s especially moving for survivors of workplace mobbing.There’s something so powerful about it. From the first sound of that helicopter barreling towards the shoreline to that chorus where they fiercely claim victory over […]

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Sabotage your career

5 Ways You Unknowingly Sabotage Your Career

Do You Know How You Sabotage Your Career?  By Janice Gilligan White (Guest Blogger) While reflecting on my own personal role in my workplace mobbing experience, I discovered five ways you can unknowingly sabotage your career. My own personal experience showed me just how vulnerable, unprepared and unprotected I was and I believe you are […]

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Survivor's guilt

Survivor’s Guilt: When Thriving After Workplace Mobbing Hurts

My Survivor’s Guilt Challenge By Janice Gilligan White (Guest Blogger) Did you know that survivor’s guilt can follow a workplace aggression event almost as naturally as anger and sorrow? At least it did for me. About two months into experiencing some major breakthroughs, I began to recognize a reoccurring thought following each victory: “How dare […]

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Workplace aggression

Workplace Aggression: Why “Let Go” Is Bad Advice

Have You Experienced Workplace Aggression? By Janice Gilligan White (Guest Blogger) If you’ve ever faced workplace aggression, you might have been told to let it go. To forget it. Just move on. But what if I told you that was bad advice? Perhaps it’s in the not letting go that you can find healing. Recently […]

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