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Can bystanders stop bullying?

Friday, July 21, 2017

The short answer is yes! Research has found that when a person is prepared to advocate for the target of the bullying and take a stand on their behalf, the bullying behaviour decreases or in fact ends. Witnesses or bystanders are the group with the most power to stop bullying, yet they are notorious for not intervening when they see it happening.  Read More

PEEL launches new programs

Thursday, May 25, 2017

To complement our successful Respectful Workplace Series, PEEL brings you the Diversity and Inclusion Introductory Workshop. PEEL believes inclusive cultures and a diverse workforce can drive innovation and collaboration, create trusted partnerships with your customers, suppliers and community partners, and contribute to the success and sustainability of your organisation.
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Consolidation Conflict is a Positive Opportunity to Shape Future Culture

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Change is challenging for most people, especially if they were not directly involved in decisions which may impact their jobs. Managing your people and workplace concerns during a period uncertainty is one of the most significant challenges to be faced by Leaders and HR practitioners. Read More

Looking for an engaging and insightful way to enhance team effectiveness?

Monday, May 08, 2017

Do you have teams where there is disharmony; where communication is poor and collaboration is low? Read More

Conflict Coaching - What is it all about?

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

It is common for people to wait until conflict escalates before they do something about it, often this can mean significant impacts have been occurring to individuals and teams around them in the meantime. PEEL HR now offers Conflict Management Coaching (CMC) as a proactive, alternative strategy for organisations to have in their toolkit when they are supporting individuals who are in conflict. Read More

PEEL Is Offering A New Service...The Investigation Coaching Bank

Thursday, February 02, 2017

For many HR practitioners and line managers, conducting workplace investigations can be a daunting task, even if you’ve been through training or completed investigations in the past, they present their own unique challenges…Am I following due process? Are my interview questions appropriate? Do I have enough evidence? Have I been reasonable in my assessment of the evidence? Are my findings correct? Read More

Managing Workplace Concerns

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Workplace concerns, range from simple misunderstandings, interpersonal conflict to serious grievances such as discrimination, bullying, harassment and violence. Leaders must be equipped to be able to address such matters when they are raised with them. Read More

Take a preventative approach to workplace mediation

Wednesday, October 03, 2012

An intervention to resolve a workplace conflict can only be truly effective if it is done for a long term result. Workplace mediation that fixes the immediate conflict and doesn’t consider preventative measures is a job half done. It’s like listening to the hit, not the LP. Rather than take a traditional approach of addressing the immediate relationship conflict, take a more contemporary holistic risk management approach of understanding what is underlying the conflict and address it.  Read More