Category Archives for Workplace Bullying

Amber Harrison Channel 7

5 Crucial Mistakes Amber Harrison Made That Cost Her A Win Against Channel 7

July 2017: Goliath wielded his mighty power, crushing David into a thousand tiny pieces: such was the outcome of the battle between Amber Harrison Channel 7 and her employer. Her epic legal battle has caused her the loss of her career, reputation, income and perhaps even her sanity, leaving her on the verge of bankruptcy. […]

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Bad boss won’t give you a reference

What To Do When Your Bad Boss Won’t Give You A Reference

Your Bad boss won’t give you a reference… So What?A question I get asked a lot is: “What to when your bad boss won’t give you a reference?” If you’ve been working in a hostile environment, the chances are your boss has said to you: “You’re lucky to have a job!” and: “There are no […]

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Emotional mastery success

The Emotional Mastery Secret That Will Change Your Life

Do You Long For Emotional Mastery?In this article I want to share with you this deceptively simple but incredibly powerful emotional mastery secret. It’s the gateway to gaining mastery over overwhelming emotion, especially when you’re in a situation of high work stress. Firstly, let’s take a moment to define emotion.Emotion = energy in motion. Emotion […]

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Complaint to HR

5 Ways Your Emotions Could Sabotage A Complaint To HR

How Effective Is Your Complaint To HR?It’s no secret, workplace bullying is expensive. As a nation, Australia spends $6 to $36 billion per year. At least that’s what The Productivity Commission estimated in 2010. Now, almost a decade later, the have costs risen significantly.  Also, the rate of workplace bullying itself has also increased. At […]

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Worker's comp claim

5 Dirty Tactics Insurance Companies Use To Block Your Worker’s Comp Claim

Ready For A Worker’s Comp Claim For Psychological Injury?Imagine your bad boss (or co-worker) has abused you for the last time and you’re ready to crack. You’ve had enough and this time you’re going to do something about it. You feel angry, disrespected, you can’t sleep properly. You snap at the merest thing (especially at […]

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Ignorance is expensive

Ignorance Is Expensive: A Case Study

Ignorance Is Expensive – Is It Costing YOU?Jill Davidson* came from a loving family. She was outgoing, loved people and had a strong work ethic. Her father ran his own earth moving company and from an early age, Jill learned a lot about business and construction. However, she hadn’t learned that ignorance is expensive…   As […]

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work stress

Is Your Job Making You Cry? Here Are 5 Things You Can Do…

Is Your Job Making You Cry?Frequent teariness, anxiety, fearfulness, insomnia and changes in appetite are likely first symptoms of workplace stress. My clients who report these symptoms are also somewhat baffled by what could be the cause. They tell me, “I love my job and I’m good at it, so why does it suddenly upset […]

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Make you Bad boss disappear

3 Ways To Make Your Bad Boss Disappear (Without Actually Killing Him)

Make Your Bad Boss DisappearCheryl had a bad boss and that’s all she could talk about. Her time at work was consumed by a hypervigilant alertness to signs he was about to yell at her and humiliate her, so much so that her performance declined markedly. Then, outside of working hours, she also focused on […]

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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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How To Triumph After Trauma

Before Your Triumph After Trauma… Imagine your life is like a river on a spring day. Your days are the water flowing with rainbow-refracting diamonds, cascading towards your inevitable death. The water changes according to the seasons: gushing darkly in a cold winter storm, then chortling playfully in the innocent summer sun. There’s nothing more perfect […]

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