Allegations of workplace bullying and harassment are on the increase …. but what is this and what damage does it really cause for the modern organisation and its people? What can we do about it?
This practical one day workshop unpacks not only the legislative components of this topic, but also highlight pivotal trends and effective strategies to identify and reduce potential incidents. It includes case studies and practical examples/ remedies of bullying and harassment in SA. Sample policies and procedures will also be provided and specific organisational questions can be addressed.
Would you like to join our waiting list to be notified of our next course?
Please complete our very simple expression of interest form and one of our friendly team members will notify you as soon as this course is scheduled.
$396 (inc GST)
- highly skilled facilitators with extensive experience
- all learning materials
- continuous coffee, tea and morning tea are provided at sessions
- there are many quality food vendors within 1-2 min walk for you to purchase your lunch, or you are welcome to bring your own lunch if you wish
Managing Workplace Bullying & Harassment is a one day session from 9:00am – 4:00pm.
This workshop will cover:
- The legislative framework and trends of workplace bullying and harassment in SA
- Identifying workplace bullying and harassment, including individual interpretation
- Organisational tools to prevent and stop workplace bullying and harassment
- Practical management techniques to identify, prevent and stop workplace bullying and harassment
- Group discussions and case study outcomes
Location & Dates
Course Details and Schedule
- No courses currently scheduled. Please see below to register your interest.
ASC Training & Development
Level 2, 5 Leigh Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000
After attending this workshop participants will be able to:
- Identify the legislative framework and understand the trends and potential risks which have led to an increase in claims for psychological injury in SA.
- Define what bullying and harassment is and name the different risk factors which are associated with bullying and harassment incidents.
- Name both the organisational tools and management practices which can contribute to preventing and stopping unacceptable behaviour, including cyber bullying.
- Understand and explain how an organisational culture and leadership can impact on the number of reported incidents and what is deemed as unacceptable behaviour in & out of work.
What our clients say
“Facilitator was engaging.”
Information was relevant. Did not feel pressure into speaking, etc.Nerissa
“The stories told to demonstrate the learning’s.”
Pete was very engaging and knew what he was talking about. Great training. Thank you. Can’t wait to take it back to work.Past Participant
“Facilitator had great experiences to share and reinforce learning.”
Open discussion. Good handouts for future reference.Natalie McCance
“The style of the facilitator – respectful, knowledgeable, good life stories, funny.”Davinia
“The best things about this session were absolutely everything.”
“Facilitator, resources used to support content, tools given, relaxed and engaging sessions.”Emily Butler
“Well balanced between listening, focusing on own task/learning and group activities to test/demonstrate leadership learning’s.”
Thanks Pete. Great two days and I like the personal stories, etc.Fran
“Dynamic facilitator presenter.”
Presenter had very wide general knowledge and was a volunteer as well.John Naumann
“Pete was extremely positive, engaging, helpful and knowledgeable.”
I felt encouraged and comfortable throughout the course. Thank you Pete.Terry McGuirk
“Although a large amount was covered, as the candidates were switched on it became a hard working dynamic course.”
Candidates were all experienced. Pete’s interaction, knowledge base and ability to engage was outstanding.Rob Perry