This is an engaging and interactive workshop that uses group work, scenarios and case studies to enable participants to gain a clear understanding of what it means to behave appropriately in the workplace. This includes considering their own behaviour and contribution as part of the team.
The workshop explores organisational policies as well as legislation that guides appropriate workplace behaviour. Participants explore what is working in their organisation and gain an understanding of appropriate mechanisms and options when things are not working. Participants build their understanding and confidence in accessing appropriate support or grievance mechanisms, as well as practical strategies for supporting colleagues and managing their own stress and self-care if challenges arise.
This workshop is for staff level employees.
In this session we will explore:
- What it means to provide a safe workplace including legislation and individual rights
- Organisational policies and procedures that contribute to ensuring a safe environment
- Identifying bullying, harassment and discrimination and how these are different to ‘one off’ instances of offensive behaviour
- Reporting inappropriate workplace behaviour – who, how, when?
- Grievances – access, process and limitations
- Supporting work colleagues who are being bullied, harassed or discriminated against
- Stress management and self-care
CORP Workplace Solutions also offers a management level workshop which also explores Management and organisational responsibilities.
What our past participants said about this workshop.
“This workshop really surprised me, I learnt so much”
“An extremely valuable course, my whole department should do it”
“The impacts of long term workplace bullying and harassment on our workplace were huge, both on the people and the business. Knowing what to do is crucial”
This workshop is presented by
Standard Tickets: $159
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YOUR WORKSHOP FACILITATOR IS:
Barbara Clifford (The Time Tamer) assists busy, stressed professional people. She is a time management strategist and certified Stress Management Practitioner. She is on a mission to become the no.1 resource to help people to unclutter the chaos and break free from the shackles of overwhelm so that they wake each day inspired and motivated to work in peak performance and to live on purpose. She is sought after like a beacon in a sea of chaos to provide professional development in the business environment. She has spent over 20 years working in stressful, time precious industries such as film, hospitality and marketing while also juggling responsibilities of managing her family, business and career development. She is now able to enlighten other people how to take control, to simplify, to minimise stress and maximise time. Her professional experience has included contracts with small business, Not For Profits, Aboriginal Organisations, Media, Marketing, Aged Care, Universities, Health Services and Cruise Ships. She lives in Alice Springs with her husband and two children.