To enable and encourage early intervention into workplace conflict, thereby preventing its escalation into potential disputes or bullying.
Genevieve Murray is the principal consultant at Stuaim.com. She has researched the topic of workplace conflict/bullying for over ten years. She has presented at conferences both nationally and internationally and has published in national journals and books. She is a regular contributor to both print and radio media on the topic.
Genevieve undertook the first major qualitative study on workplace bullying in the post-primary/secondary sector of the teaching profession. Her PhD is from Trinity College Dublin, where she researched “Teacher-on-Teacher Workplace Bullying in the Post-Primary Sector of the Irish Education System”.
Genevieve holds a BA in Sociology and Politics and an MSc in Social Justice (Equality Studies) from University College Dublin.
She is a Certified Mediator, specialising in workplace/organisational disputes. She is currently a member of the International Association on Workplace Bullying and Harassment (IAWBH) and the Mediators Institute of Ireland.
Genevieve is a Council member of the Mediators Institute of Ireland with responsibility for the workplace sector. She is also a researcher with the Kennedy Institute Research Group at Maynooth University (NUIM).
Genevieve spent many years in management in the private sector.
Daniel Hamilton is an Organisational Psychologist and a specialist in addressing counterproductive workplace behaviours. As well as conducting experiments into the effects of workplace bullying, Daniel provides psychological insights that benefit organisations, managers and targets of bullying.
Daniel has experience in the private, community and education sectors, and also acts as advisor to CEO’s and Entrepreneurs. In addition, Daniel is a certified mediator specialising in resolving workplace disputes.
Sharon Murray has an advanced qualification in Personal and Executive Life Coaching.
She has specialised in the Education and Training field for over ten years, working with over 30,000 young people and adults nationally and internationally. Sharon has a Masters degree in Science Communications from Dublin City University and Queens University and is currently working towards a Higher Diploma in Psychology and continual professional development.
Her special interest areas are life and career development as well as confidence and resilience building.