Glitter natural bokeh texture

Workplace/Corporate

How bullying can affect your work

Bullying can happen in any workplace. It can have an impact on an individual’s health and affect their ability to do their job. Workplace bullying is characterised by persistent and repeated negative behaviour directed at an employee that creates a risk to health and safety. Workplace bullying is verbal, physical, social or psychological abuse by your employer (or manager), another person or group of people at work. Workplace bullying can happen in any type of workplace, from offices to shops, cafes, restaurants, workshops, community groups and government organisations.

If you are being bullied at work you might:

  • be less active or successful
  • be less confident in your work
  • feel scared, stressed, anxious or depressed
  • have your life outside of work affected, e.g. study, relationships
  • want to stay away from work
  • feel like you can’t trust your employer or the people who you work with
  • lack confidence and happiness about yourself and your work
  • have physical signs of stress like headaches, backaches, sleep problems

It’s important to get the right help and, depending on your situation, it might be appropriate for you to seek advice from another agency.

Enough is Enough provide these programs to reduce workplace bullying.

Stress and Anger Management Program:

This program designed for anybody with stress and anger issues. An initial assessment session with our counsellor will determine your suitability for our small group workshop. This ensures personal attention and maximum focus on each individual.
The course consists of four one hour individual counselling sessions and a one day group workshop. Even if you don’t feel you need help with stress and anger management, the program is a powerful tool for self-awareness and personal development. It will help you gain a deeper understanding of the power of communication.


Workplace Bullying:

Workplace bullying is becoming an increasing issue for small business today. For the employee: lack of motivation, lowed performance, lack of job satisfaction, even depression away from the workplace. For the employer: demotivated staff, absenteeism, lack of customer service, poor staff outcome. Enough is Enough workshops for you and your staff for small or large organisations, understanding the negative implication and offering a range of strategies to deal with the issues and produce positive outcomes. Get the best out of your business, small or large. Improve performance and profitability. Contact Enough is Enough for more information.

Goal Setting and Achieving:

Learn goal setting strategies that really work!
Discover how to use the power of vision, develop a strategy, utilise measuring tools and maintenance techniques to create the goals you want.

Your Life – Your Responsibility (Burn Out Prevention)

Using a real life story of a senseless act of violence, this session encourage attendants to focus on personal responsibility: overcoming adversity, facing fear, maintaining self control, building inner strength and resilience, and developing leadership skills.

Proud Partners