Facilitator

Rosita Guy

Description

This workshop will assist you in the realisation that workplace bullying and harassment (including sexual) are likely to affect staff morale, creativity and productivity, and create an unhealthy workplace culture. It can be subtle or overt, sporadic or sustained. It affects people physically and mentally, resulting in increased stress levels, decreased emotional wellbeing, reduced coping strategies and lower work performance.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • have clarity around what constitutes workplace bullying and harassment
  • recognise the various forms of workplace bullying and harassment
  • comply with the legislation governing workplace bullying and harassment
  • influence the development of a workplace free from bullying and harassment
  • influence employees as to the behaviours which may need to be changed to reflect today’s workplace expectations.

Content

  • Definition and types of workplace bullying and harassment
  • Cyber bullying
  • Recognising workplace bullying and harassment within your own organisation
  • Behaviours that do not constitute bullying and harassment
  • Duties of employers, supervisors and workers
  • Responding to situations involving workplace bullying and harassment
  • Identifying, assessing and managing behaviours that cause distress to an individual or group (whether intended or not)
  • Stopping the unreasonable behaviour and re-establishing healthy work relationships

Testimonials

  • "The presenter was very strong and said what needed to be said; straight to the point and relevant."
  • "Training was well presented and to a good standard. Presenter explained in detail and answered questions well in a good but firm manner, gave good advice and had a very good knowledge of the company policy."
  • "Concise, presented facts based on past and present experiences, insightful, no pussyfooting around subject."
  • "Very engaging and informative presenter and used workplace scenarios as examples of content. Her experience in the field counted for a lot."

Contact Us

0508 ODI ODI  (0508 634 634)
03 943 2373

info@odi.org.nz

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