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16th Nov 2021
One Kind Word – The Ripple Effect

‘One Kind Word’ was the theme for this year’s Anti- Bullying Week. With just one kind word we can make such a difference to another and it’s something that can…

15th Nov 2021
What Does Anti-Bullying Week Mean To You?

Anti-bullying week is a very important week and one that BulliesOut recognises and promotes constantly. This poem has been written by one of our Youth Ambassador’s, Abby, age 17. Abby…

15th Nov 2021
Anti-Bullying Week 2021

The 15th-19th November marks Anti – Bullying Week 2021. This year’s theme is ‘One Kind Word’, to highlight the impact we can all have with just #OneKindWord to another. It…

2nd Nov 2021
Stress Awareness Week

Burnout ….. It’s a phrase we hear used a lot but perhaps without much thought as to the implications of the damage it can do, and the impact it can…

21st Oct 2021
Making a Difference Day

Tomorrow marks ‘Making a Difference Day’. What a broad context that has for us all. With the media full of ways in which we can impact, and effect change, what…

14th Oct 2021
Empathy or Sympathy

Do you know the difference between Empathy and Sympathy? Empathy, as Brene Brown describes it, ‘fuels connection’ whereas sympathy, ‘drives disconnection’. The two are often confused and the terms used…

6th Oct 2021
No Hard Feelings: Emotions at Work, Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy

Reviewing a non-fiction book can sometimes prove tricky. With no characters or plot to discuss, it can sometimes feel hard to feel impassioned by the text. But with ‘No Hard…

4th Oct 2021
The Impact of Workplace Cyberbullying on Employee Well-Being

Research Background Workplace cyberbullying is defined as the experience of repetitive negative acts at work through technology, such as inappropriate language, unfair criticism, and threatening messages (Farley et al., 2016;…

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