Bullying advice…..let’s get real, shall we?

I have been interested in the advice currently being shared about ‘what to do when you are bullied’.   Sadly most of it is idealised, text book advice, which does not take into account organisational real politik.  The truth is that bullying is messy, highly emotional charged,  multi-faceted and collusive. The only way bullies can be […]

A story for today – an experiment in compliance

A former colleague’s mum died recently:  she was on the Liverpool Care Pathway and did not have a ‘good’ death.   In her powerful article in Disability Now,  From fact to fiction: the making and breaking of the Liverpool Care Pathway , Nikki Kenward in turn educates and dismays us about its misuse.  She concludes with:  […]