Some of our clients whose work environment is on-screen, track are often targeted by trolls and digital bullies via online platform. Unfortunately, the barrier between their workrole and their personal life appears to be somewhat merged as they have an online presence and their social media accounts are potentially accessible to all, for the purpose of fandom. Many of these workers are celebrities or public figures. While there are many benefits associated with being famous, there is a 'dark side' to it too. Regardless, just like others who go to work, famous people have to work for a living also. However, the work they do, including their performance is on display to the public. As a result of this and various other reasons, their status and accessibility can result in them being trolled, bullied, and harassed online.
While some may be inclined to ignore online attacks, others struggle to know what to do, and how to manage themselves in this situation. Unfortuantely, digital bullying can have a negative impact onmental health and wellbeing. We help organisations and individuals to tackle these types of behaviour. We offer:
- Proactive Staff Check-Up service
- Personality profiling and action plans
- Consultation and advise on maladadaptive behaviours at work