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Journal of Depression and Anxiety
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3rd International Conference on Depression, Anxiety and Stress Management
June 21-22, 2017 London, UK

Sophie Henshaw
Henshaw Consulting, Australia
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Depress Anxiety
DOI: 10.4172/2167-1044-C1-003
“Walk Away From Work Stress” is an innovative online program helping targets of workplace bullying thrive when confronted by a narcissistic manager in a toxic workplace where they feel isolated and with nowhere to turn, unable to leave their jobs because of economic insecurity. Gary Namie’s research tells us that the best, most competent employees are targeted and up to 70% quit, are relocated or fired whereas less than 13% of workplace bullies lose their jobs. Workplace bullying costs Australia $6 to $36 billion a year, a figure similar to other developed nations. Building resilience in our best employees is a way to protect, enhance and promote the psychological and economic wellbeing of our communities. The program covers four main areas: 1) Emotional mastery – how to reliably attain a calm centeredness, triumph over workplace trauma, reduce feelings of overwhelm and promote creativity and intuition; 2) Teflon self-esteem – how to set good boundaries with difficult people, tame the inner critic, enhance your value and become your own greatest ally; 3) Toxic boss whispering – effective communication strategies for dealing with difficult people, how to be more persuasive and diffuse rage attacks; 4) Beating financial stress – strategies for weathering a crisis, building a convincing legal case and finding a new job by effectively bypassing the traditional application process. This program is available to participants 24/7 and is comprised of online modules, a private Facebook community and weekly online mentoring sessions. The presentation will also report on participants’ experience in the program.

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