Finding a win-win solution to prevent and minimise workplace bullying psychological injury

The upcoming 2018 No More Harm National Conference will be held at the Pullman Melbourne on the Park on Thursday 12– Friday 13 April 2018.

Mr Michael Plowright, Director at Working Well Together joins us at the conference next month to discuss ‘Finding a win-win solution to prevent and minimise workplace bullying psychological injury’.

Are you curious to know more about how you can achieve a win-win solution to prevent psychological injury from workplace bullying?

There is a significant body of evidence that demonstrates being targeted by workplace bullying results in psychological injury. While the level of injury can vary individually, for some targets of bullying behaviours, this results in serious injury and long-term recovery. On the other side of the coin, organisations and businesses experience significant productivity and financial losses through absenteeism, presenteeism, Workcover claims and increasing litigation.

Where bullying does occur, you can achieve a win-win to prevent and minimise injury and losses for you as an employer or employee.

Through a case study, this presentation explores an innovative process – a workplace bullying injury and risk assessment. This process combines two methods, a risk management framework and an individualised assessment to identify and prevent psychological injury. The result is a solutions-based plan incorporating individualised needs of both employer and employee.

Biography

Michael is the Director of Working Well Together, a consultancy that specialises in workplace bullying with a focus on injury prevention. He started the consultancy after 16 years in leadership and management positions and continuously watching employees at all levels of an organisation struggle to manage and prevent bullying. Michael is passionate about employees leaving work at the end of the day safe and well so they can enjoy doing the things they like such as time with family and friends or participating in hobbies and leisure activities. This is a driving factor behind the purpose of Working Well Together.

For more information on the 2018 No More Harm National Conference and to secure your spot please visit www.nomoreharm.com.au

 

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