Breaking up with a bad boss

By Robyn Tongol|04 March 2021
Hannah Korrel

Nearly everyone – at some point – has experienced a superior, or colleague, whose approach has a deleterious impact, not just upon our workplace performance but also our holistic wellbeing. Finding healthier environments in which to work is essential, both personally and professionally.

In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by clinical neuropsychologist and author, Dr Hannah Korrel, to talk about gaslighting and other behaviours that can wreak havoc in legal professional environments, and the neurological effects that arise from exposure to such cultures.

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The pair then delve into ways that lawyers can identify workplace behaviours that are not befitting their personal needs and professional development, employ practical strategies to navigate one’s way out of such an environment, and ultimately become a happier, healthier person and therefore a more productive and successful lawyer.

 

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