Addressing online bullying at work
in the digital environment

17 May, 11:00am – 12:00pm

Join us on Pink Shirt Day to discuss the dynamics of online bullying in the workplace, with insights and strategies from our featured panellists for both employers and employees to recognise, prevent and address harmful behaviour. This webinar is in partnership with the Mental Health Foundation.

Dr Dougal Sutherland, CEO of Umbrella Wellbeing, will take our panellists through topics including the impact of bullying on employee mental health and wellbeing, and how to foster a positive digital work culture. This webinar will be recorded.

Our panellists

Boosting wellbeing in remote teams

Dr Dougal Sutherland

CEO, Umbrella Wellbeing

Dougal has been working as a clinical psychologist for over 20 years and is the CEO of Umbrella Wellbeing. Dougal’s work providing psychological support to workplaces and employees has seen him assist an array of organisations, including government departments and private companies.

Boosting wellbeing in remote teams

Shaun Robinson

CE, Mental Health Foundation

Shaun has worked in social and health services for over 30 years. With degrees in business and community work, he has held four other CEO positions in not-for-profit organisations, addressing issues from care and protection of children to HIV and AIDS. He has also been a management consultant to public hospitals, developed a successful training business and been a policy advisor to former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark.

Boosting wellbeing in remote teams

Caroline Rieger

Director/Principal Lawyer, Black Door Law

Caro has extensive experience partnering with employers to achieve their business and people goals and is a trusted advisor to boards and executives in private and public organisations. Caro regularly assists school boards and early childhood providers and other organisations where professional disciplinary matters may arise. She has a unique understanding of the challenges faced by these organisations and the regulatory frameworks they work within.

Boosting wellbeing in remote teams

Rosie Leadbitter

Workplace Services Development Lead, InsideOUT

Rosie is a Pākehā queer femme with English, Irish and Scottish ancestry who was lucky enough to grow up in the hills of Ngaio in Te Whanganui-a-Tara. She studied sociology and public health in Ōtepoti. She is passionate about work that focuses on the stories that people inherit about identity, and how these inform how people engage with the world and themselves.

Take part in Pink Shirt Day 2024 and do your part to eliminate bullying by celebrating diversity and promoting kindness and inclusion. Kua rite koe? Are you in?