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ACT OD&D Network Forum

Date: Wednesday 01 May 2019
Time 7:15AM - 9:00AM
Venue: Clayton Utz
Level 10, NewActon Nishi
2 Phillip Law Street
Canberra
Price: AHRI Members - 0.00
Non Members - 20.00
CPD: 1.50
Enquiries: Phone: 03 9918 9243

ACT OD&D Network Forum

Check in time – 7.15am
Session start – 7.30am
Session finish – 9.00am

Paid parking is available in the underground, or street parking is also available.

 

Workplace Civility - a case study with Western Health, Melbourne

Join us on Wednesday 1st of May to hear from Professor Michael Leiter and PeopleScape about the case study of Workplace Civility / SCORE project being run at Western Health in Melbourne.

There will be research shared from the Western Health case study to highlight the effectiveness of this workplace initiative focusing on civility in the workplace, which could provide some practical insights for you to report back to your organisation.

Low levels of workplace civility or incivility typically refers to small slippages in poor behaviour, which if unaddressed, can escalate.  Incivility does not need to be serious bullying or harassment.  It can be quite common in workplaces and something that many of us have experienced.  Incivility can have a significant negative impact on individual worker performance and well being, and in turn, organisational performance.  Incivility impacts not just those who experience it, but also those who witness it, so its' effects can be far reaching.

This will be a seminar style event with a light breakfast included.

This event would be valuable for anyone from HR practitioners through to leaders of organisations, in both private and public sectors, to help gain insights in ways to look at your workplace culture and behaviours.


Speaker: Professor Michael Leiter, Special Advisor, PeopleScape

Professor Leiter is a world-renowned expert on the psychology of work. His ground-breaking research on job burnout and work engagement has produced widely acclaimed books and a concerted commitment to improving work-life quality.

He is a highly regarded keynote speaker for diverse audiences, including public sector executives, health care providers, and human resource professionals. In addition to his research partnerships, Professor Leiter has provided consulting services to health care organisations, government departments, and educational and public-sector organisations.

Prior to his current role with Deakin University, Professor Leiter was a Professor of Psychology at Acadia University in Canada where he held the Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health and Wellness.

Registration

This forum is open for AHRI members and non-members to attend. Registration is a 2-part process.

  • Sign in with your username and password* and click ‘REGISTER MYSELF’
  • To finalise your registration, click ‘PROCEED TO CHECKOUT’, confirm all details are correct and enter your credit card details. Click ‘SUBMIT ORDER’
  • You will receive an automatic email and receipt to confirm your registration.

    *If you do not have an existing AHRI account, please select ‘create a new account’ and follow the prompts before following the registration steps above.

    Registration closes Monday 29 April 2019

    Enquiries: email the AHRI CPD Events Team or phone 03 9918 9243

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    When
    1/05/2019 7:15 AM - 9:00 AM
    Where
    Clayton Utz Level 10, NewActon Nishi 2 Phillip Law Street Canberra, ACT 2601
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    Register

    To register for this event, sign in with your username and password and then click the applicable link or the Register Myself button if displayed. To finalise your registration, click Proceed to Checkout, confirm all details are correct and enter your credit card details. Click Submit Order.

    You will receive an automatic email and receipt to confirm your registration.

    If you do not have an existing AHRI account, please Create a new account and follow the prompts, before following the registration steps.

    If you are not sure whether you have an account please contact the CPD Events team on +61 3 9918 9243.