Employee Counselling Today: Volume 2 Issue 2

Category:

Learning and Development

Table of contents

WHERE IS THE GLUE?: TEAMBUILDING IN THE NEW ORGANISATION

Ron Hyams, Tony Page

Organisations have become looser as expectations of working life, markets and organisations themselves have changed. In order to restore the “glue” necessary for success…

STRESS MAPPING: A VISUAL TECHNIQUE TO AID COUNSELLING OR TRAINING

Steve Palmer

Stress mapping is examined as a visual technique to help counselling and management training look at causes of personal or occupational stress. Stress mapping is…

OUTPLACEMENT COUNSELLING AT SMITHKLINE BEECHAM

Mike Moore, Barry Spence

The merger of two giant pharmaceutical businesses inevitably affects staff motivation and morale. Whether leaving or staying, staff need support in these circumstances to…

EATING DISORDERS

Eating disorders are not simply about food — they run much deeper. Although they are predominantly a female complaint, men too are known to suffer. The two prime…

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION (EAPA)

Employees experiencing personal or substance abuse problems require assistance from their managers. However, the responsibility for addressing those problems has not…

COUNSELLING MODELS IN THE WORKPLACE: TAKING NLP INTO COUNSELLING

Gina Sanders

A new refinement of employee counselling is examined — Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), which concentrates on the explicitness of communication rather than any other…

SPECIALIST RESOURCES IN THE UK: EX‐SERVICES MENTAL WELFARE

Ex‐servicemen and women of all ranks suffering from disabilities of a psychiatric nature are eligible for help. Three establishments which afford treatment are described.

ISSN:

0955-8217

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited