San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
TURBO TRAINING (90 mins)
Do you understand your responsibilities as a manager or coordinator when it comes to bullying?
Part of two back-to-back sessions, this interactive (90min) workshop provides information for those responsible for managing the risks of bullying as part of meeting their duties under the work health and safety laws.
Our expereinced facilitator, Carol Lewis, will discuss the responsibility managers / coordinators have as the custodians of their organisation's workplace culture, addressing key elements of the manager's role in identifying and preventing bullying, being able to respond appropriately to allegations that may arise, and fostering repair in professional relationships.
What is bullying and harassment in a professional setting: How does it occur, who has duties in relation to bullying in professional settings and how can the risk of bullying be managed?
Identifying potential for bullying and harassment and controlling the risks
How to respond to bullying and harassment, balancing confidentiality and transparency
Actions, investigations and resolutions
Who should participate?
Coordinators and managers working in Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP)/Disability funded services are highly encouraged to attend.
About the facilitator
Carol Lewis is a senior human resources practitioner, facilitator and consultant with extensive experience across the private, public and non-for-profit sectors. Her strength lies in her solutions-oriented approach to supporting organisational development and her extensive track record of successfully assisting people, teams and organisations. This broad experience across different industry sectors and organisational types enables her to leverage best practice concepts and solutions for her clients and their needs. Since founding The Human Equation, Carol’s consulting career has been focused on identifying appropriate human resource or organisational development interventions and working with organisations to optimise their people talent. Recognised for her pragmatic hands-on approach, realistic achievable solutions, and her ability to consistently delivery quality outcomes for her clients, she is contracted Australia wide. Clients include SMEs, private sector companies as well as government sector and not-for-profit organisations. Many of Carol’s clients maintain long term business relationships with her.
Prior to The Human Equation, Carol’s previous experience included a variety of human resources and management roles within the professional services, high-tech manufacturing, financial services and information technology industries. Carol’s experience includes extensive work around discrimination, harassment and bullying and she is an advocate for ‘prevention rather than cure’. Her prevention work including skilling up leaders in understanding and identifying inappropriate behaviours, development of policies and providing training to staff so that they feel empowered to deal with such situations.
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When & Where
The Junction Neighbourhood Centre
VAST Training Services specialises in the delivery of Learning and Development opportunities for Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) and disability funded services' staff, managers, board members and volunteers across Eastern Sydney and City of Sydney.
We provide face to face courses, managers' breakfasts, volunteer training, customised training opportunities, including, "Tailored for Tomorrow" and new 90min Turbo Training workshops!