At the end of the day, whether an employer or employee, we all want to leave work safe and well so we can enjoy time with our family and friends.
Workplace bullying is a risk to your health and safety that can have debilitating physical and psychological impacts. It comes with legal obligations that require everyone to be responsible for a safe workplace. Yet, many of us are at a loss at what we can do when we are the targets, are witnessing, or managing workplace bullying behaviours.
While you will learn the basics of bullying, a key feature of this training is to have strategies that you can use to manage workplace bullying regardless of your position in the organisation.
In this workshop, you will learn:
- What is, and is not, workplace bullying - legal definitions and responsibilities, behaviours and characteristics
- The impact of workplace bullying – the risk to you, colleagues and clients
- Why workplace bullying occurs – the bully, the target and workplace factors
- How to handle or prevent bullying targeting you or others in the workplace
This course is suitable for All employees at all levels
Dates: Monday 6 March 2017
Time: 9.30am – 1:00 pm (morning tea provided)
Venue: CHFV, Level 1, 128 Exhibition St. Melb.
Cost: $253 (GST inclusive) member - $275 (GST inclusive) non-member
Trainer: Michael Plowright
For all booking and inquiries about this training please email Holly at: firstname.lastname@example.org