(C) “Tactics of Psychological Harassment, Violence and Abuse - Blame Shift." One of the tactics used by perpetrators of abuse is “Projection or Blame-Shift”. Freud, (1936) coined this term, when a person attributes their own unwanted thoughts, feelings, or motives onto another person. (C) The BLAME game or deflecting blame is a form of gaslighting, intended to intimidate, humiliate or confuse the target. A perpetrator averts the blame of their abusive behaviour onto their tar
New global WHO guidelines on mental health at work are reinforced by practical strategies outlined in a joint WHO/ILO policy brief. GENEVA (ILO News) – The World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) have called for concrete action to address mental health concerns in the working population.
An estimated 12 billion workdays are lost annually due to depression and anxiety costing the global economy nearly US$ one trillion. Two new publicati
Its here! Global Workplace Bullying Awareness Week 17th October -23rd October 2021. It started in USA with Gary Namie, PhD and then Linda Crockett, Canada. Linda invited other countries including Ireland. Judith Carmody CPA representing Ireland joined this POWERFUL global event in 2019 with one mission to create PSYCHOLOGICAL SAFE WORKPLACES. Our purpose is to create awareness that an employee can no longer be at psychological risk, danger, at work. Organisations must ensure
Championing Ethical Culture V Toxic Culture How can we cultivate an Ethical Culture, a culture wherein employees are safe, happy, engaged, empowered, rewarded and motivated? And how can we stop a workplace that is abusive, unsafe and psychologically violent? An Ethical Culture is inclusive, respects diversity and equity. Leaders are emotionally intelligent, respect the boundaries of safety, and model healthy interpersonal behaviors. Conscious organisations aspire to create a