There are problems that generally interfere with the employee’s ability to perform his work up to company standards, or may be putting the employee and the company at risk, it is strongly recommended that the company should provide Anger Management
webinar session as a coping intervention.
If the employee’s anger level is high, and he may find himself feeling angry, irritable, hopeless or afraid or he may have trouble concentrating on typical tasks, difficulty sleeping or he may struggle to face routine chores, attending the Anger Management
webinar session can help employees in coping with these problems.
ANGER MANAGEMENT is a session that is designed as an intervention program that serves to identify and help employees in handling and in resolving anger in the workplace.
**All webinars/trainings are held via Zoom.
Signs or indicators that a worker may have personal problems (anger and bullying in the workplace)
Direct Verbal Clues
Indirect “coded” Verbal clues
List of words that might best describe the symptoms and actions related to a person’s behavior
Handling of the situation
Anger Management Model
DR. FLOR M. GLINOGA, PMP, MBB, CPHR
Dr. Glinoga is a Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist specializing in Clinical, Health, and Counseling Psychology. She is a graduate of Bachelor of Science and (Dean’s Lister & Honors’ level in Psychology) a Clinical
Masters and Doctorate degrees in Psychology and she has 36 years of work experience as a Clinical Psychologist in the United Nations’ High Commissioner for (Vietnamese) Refugees projects in Hongkong, Bataan and Palawan as well as she is currently the Psychologist
of the Philippine Red Cross and the International Confederation of Red Cross and Red Crescent. Dr. Glinoga is a member of the Psychological Association of the Philippines, Licensed Psychologist and her reports were sent to the Center for Disease
Control (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Dr Glinoga was featured in the August 25 issue on Mental Health by The Manila Times (please see the link):