Mary Ann-Baynton

Prevention versus Intervention: Harassment leaves scars on a workplace that are difficult to heal, even if proper procedures are followed. We can do more to:
  • inoculate employees from the worst effects of workplace harassment;
  • build teams that naturally repel harassing behaviour;
  • develop psychologically safe leaders who address issues effectively;
  • create a culture that does not allow harassment to go unnoticed;
  • update policies to provide clear expectations and consistent consequences.
Learning to prevent harassment from occurring is a better plan than waiting to intervene after the fact.

Mary Ann-Baynton, principal of Mary Ann Baynton & Associates Consulting, works with employers, organizations, unions, teams, and associations to address or resolve workplace issues related to individual or organizational mental health. She is also the program director of Great-West Life Centre for Mental Health in the Workplace in Waterdown, Ontario. Stay tuned for more information on this speaker session to come.
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