Managing Psychological Safety at Work 2022 - Package

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Purchase this two part series as a package and save 10%.
Valued at $430 + GST, you get both webinars for just $387 + GST.

Managing Psychological Safety at Work 2022 - Part 1

Tue 26 July, 10:30 AM NZST - 12:00 PM

Addressing Bullying and Harassment to Reduce Risk of Harm

Workplace bullying and sexual harassment are major problems in New Zealand.

Bullying and sexual harassment can lead to a staggering loss of productivity, high staff turnover, and health and safety prosecution. Psychological research shows the damaging effects and harm to individuals and the workplace.

Employers have a legal obligation to ensure workers are safe from harm, including mental harm. Workplaces must identify bullying and harassment, and eliminate or minimise such risks to comply with the law.

In the first part of this webinar series, find out how to address bullying, discrimination, and sexual harassment to promote psychological safety.

This practical webinar will empower HR and managers to take action. Topics include:

  • Explore key differences between psychologically safe and unsafe workplaces
  • Identify an employer’s legal obligations to promote a psychologically safe workplace
  • Identify bullying, discrimination, and racial and sexual harassment
  • Consider how to identify bullying, discrimination, and harassment in the workplace
  • Discover how to investigate complaints of bullying and sexual harassment
  • Address behaviours that risk health and safety
  • Manage the legal risk of bullying, sexual and racial harassment

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Learning outcomes include:

  • Identify what constitutes a psychologically safe workplace
  • Explore key differences between psychologically safe and unsafe workplaces
  • Identify bullying, discrimination, and harassment behaviours
  • Understand legal and business risks, including health and safety
  • Explore options for addressing bullying and harassment in the workplace
  • Find out how to conduct an investigation process
  • Discover disciplinary outcomes such as dismissals
  • Consider case law examples and practical scenarios

SUITED TO

This webinar is suited to Business owners, CEOs, Managers, Human Resource Professionals, Team Leaders, and anyone who employs staff.

Bullying and harassment can affect every profession and industry, including government organisations, professional services, law firms and accounting, and not for profit organisations.

PRESENTER

Julia Shallcrass, Director and Employment Lawyer of KiwiBoss Limited.

 

Managing Psychological Safety at Work 2022 - Part 2

Tue 9 Aug, 10:30 AM NZST - 12:00 PM

Creating and Promoting Psychologically Safe Workplaces

Psychological safety at work is essential for engaging and retaining staff.

Establishing a culture that promotes psychological safety is key to a creative and productive workplace with new ideas.

Research shows that in every industry, the teams that perform the best consistently have psychological safety – where they can share ideas without fear of judgment, ridicule, or bullying.

In the second part of this webinar series, we will focus on how to create a psychologically safe workplace where staff can thrive.

Find out how to avoid psychological harm at work by creating safe workplaces where staff thrive.

Topics include:

  • Recruit and promote staff for the right fit with culture and values
  • Create a positive workplace culture through effective leadership
  • Curb blame culture so staff share new ideas
  • Engage in two-way communication for feedback about workplace culture
  • Identify factors that increase the risk of bullying and sexual and racial harassment
  • Prevent sexual harassment and bullying occurring by reducing risk factors
  • Curb bullying and harassment through effective policies
  • Identify the differences between: positive disagreement, conflict and bullying
  • Identify the source of conflict
  • Learn powerful techniques to manage conflict in a positive way
  • How to avoid going too far with psychological safety

LEARNING OUTCOMES

In this webinar, we will focus on how you can:

  • Identify conflict before it escalates to bullying and harassment
  • Manage conflict in a positive way
  • Reduce risk factors that increase potential for toxic culture
  • Create a positive culture to prevent bullying and harassment
  • Identify factors which create positive culture, including leadership and values
  • Curb blame culture so staff can share new ideas
  • Recruit for organisational values and culture
  • Establish clear and effective policies and procedures

SUITED TO

This webinar is suited to Business owners, CEOs, Managers, Human Resource Professionals, Team Leaders, and anyone who employs staff.

Bullying and harassment can affect every profession and industry, including government departments, councils, professional services, law firms and accounting, and not for profit organisations.

PRESENTERS

Julia Shallcrass, Director and Employment Lawyer of KiwiBoss Limited.

Michael Hempseed, Managing Director, Employee Solution Service.

 

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