Employee Counselling Today: Volume 2 Issue 1

Category:

Learning and Development

Table of contents

COUNSELLING IN THE WORKPLACE ‐IS UK MANAGEMENT READY?

Cary L. Cooper

The introduction of counselling into the workplace is typically metwith scepticism and resistance. Organisations promoting counsellingservices tend to adopt an “ambulance…

CAN PEOPLE BE SENT FOR COUNSELLING?

Graham H. Shaw, Leonie Sugarman

Whether clients in need of counselling should seek this of theirown volition or at the behest of employer/superior/other is debated. Theapproaches/attitudes which are…

CHAT – COUNSELLING, HELP AND ADVICE TOGETHER

Nurses are more likely than most professionals to require theservices of a counsellor at some time in their career. The impact of themany rigours of their job on their…

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS AT GREENE KING

Rod McAlpine, Peter Jackson, Mary Pennock

This is an account of a training course consisting of sixthree‐hourly sessions held in 1989. Sixteen attended the course, allsupervisors from a variety of disciplines. The…

CANCER – THE IMPACT ON THE INDIVIDUAL AND HOW MANAGERS CAN HELP

Steven Green, Jenny Bryan

How managers can help employees suffering from cancer to come toterms with the illness is discussed and the dos and don′ts of attitudestowards people in this situation…

ACCREDITING COUNSELLORS – WHAT THE BAC DOES AND HOW

The British Association for Counselling (BAC) is described from thepoint of view of accreditation. Commendable as counselling in generalmay be, as with all other…

SPECIALIST RESOURCES IN THE UK

A counselling help‐line for the disabled is discussed, with somereference to employment problems and ethnic requirements.

ISSN:

0955-8217

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited