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30th Nov 2020
Be The Upstander

It’s a phrase that is (thankfully) becoming more popular in every day life. The Upstander. A person that stands up for what it right. A person that speaks up against…

23rd Nov 2020
Disappearing Messages on WhatsApp!

Have you noticed the new feature that’s appeared on your WhatsApp screen? Disappearing messages have been added as a feature. This means that if the setting is enabled on a…

18th Nov 2020
Cyber Bullying or Cyber Banter?

Cyber (online) bullying is a term used to describe bullying or harassment that takes place online. In 2020 we have seen a marked increase in incidents of cyber bullying. Targeted…

13th Nov 2020
The Kindness Challenge

Anti-Bullying week provides us all with a week where schools and workplaces alike focus on the harm that bullying can do, both to an individual and to an organisation. It…

9th Nov 2020
The Power of Kindness

‘Unexpected kindness is the most powerful, least costly, and most under-rated agent of human change.’ Positive behaviour in the workplace and in educational settings is something that is needed to…

6th Nov 2020
The Physiological Consequences of Workplace Bullying

Skipping office hours, sloppy work mistakes and resignations may all be behaviours you observe in employees experiencing bullying in the workplace (Magee et al., 2017). Additionally, medical evaluations may reveal…

4th Nov 2020
Twitter Twitter on the wall…..

Twitter was created and launched in 2006 by Jack Dorsey in the USA. By 2012 it had more than 100 million users. In 2013 it was described as one of…

25th Oct 2020
What’s up on WhatsApp

WhatsApp. The app of 2020. If Instagram is where we show the world who we want to be and Twitter is where we moan at the world because we’re not…

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