Susan Broomhall

Applied Psychology, Social Science Research, Social Psychology

 

Susan Broomhall is a social scientist with a major in psychology and over 30 years practical in-field experience applying behavioural analysis and research to real world issues.  With a passion for positive social impact she uses a unique, multidisciplinary approach to understanding human behaviour and society to improve lives and prevent harm.  Susan works towards empowering people to be safe and well by raising understanding of issues and inspiring critical thinking to encourage people to design solutions that work for them and their community.  She hopes to be part of the co-creation of a harmonious and peaceful society where love, caring and happiness are the valued commodities.  

 

 

All books by Susan Broomhall

Bullying and Harassment: Understanding the psychological and behavioural tactics of the toxic leadership stronghold

Bullying and Harassment: Understanding the psychological and behavioural tactics of the toxic leadership stronghold

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Bullying is rife. Why? Susan Broomhall is a social scientist who specialises in behavioural analysis and research. She uses her own experiences of being bullied by senior leaders to explain in plain English the psychological tactics used by toxic leaders to maintain their power and control in society’s hierarchal structures. Toxic leaders are a problem but people are good problem solvers. Sometimes, all we need is a little more understanding of the problem that needs to be solved.