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Building a positive approach to organisational culture

Date: Wednesday 10 Feb 2021
Time 11:45AM - 2:00PM
Venue:
Charles Sturt University
Room 207, Building 1006
346 Leeds Parade, Orange
NSW Central West Network
Price: AHRI Members - 0.00
Non Members - 0.00
CPD: 2.00
Enquiries: 03 9918 9200 (Short courses & Formal Education)
03 9918 9243 (Network Forums, Webinars & Events)
   

Building a positive approach to organisational culture

Building a positive approach to organisational culture
Check in  11.45am
Session start  12.00pm
Session finish   2.00pm

NSW Central West Network

Building a different approach to positive organisational culture – Creating a generation of “upstanders”

The focus of this AHRI network forum is creating healthier, more robust workplace cultures through an emphasis on empowering people to take responsibility for their actions in the workplace.

Our speaker, Jessica Hickman, shares her personal journey with being on the frontline of bullying and harassment and the journey she has subsequently taken many employers through in creating a generation of “upstanders“ not bystanders.

Through real life examples, an educational approach and decoding the science of the bystander effect, this session will focus on inspirational ways to harness diversity and inclusion driven by a positive leadership culture.

Ms Hickman is a sought after speaker who shares powerful insights with her audience on understanding the next generation, looking at unconscious bias and amplifying adaptable thinking.

This forum is suitable for:

HR Practitioners of all career levels and roles.

Speaker: Jessica Hickman, Bullyoligist, Bullyology

Launched in 2017, her business, Bullyology, looks at training and education to transform toxic cultures into connected tribes.

When she moved to Australia, whilst working in an HR role, she found herself on the frontline of workplace bullying and harassment. This experience was the catalyst for her to start her own business, where she works to transform peoples view from being bystanders, to “upstanders”, calling out workplace bullying.

Today, Jessica is a published author and a globally recognised speaker, deeply committed to empowering others through her personal story of courage and adversity.

Covid-Safety

This is the Central West Network’s first Face-to-Face event for 2021. As such, we expect the event to be well subscribed.

Please only register if you are able to attend. If this changes please contact the CPD Events team to cancel your registration to enable other members to attend.

This is a Covid-safe event. You will be required to provide contact tracing details upon entry. If you exhibit any Covid-like symptoms or have recently travelled overseas or to a hotspot please cancel your registration.

We look forward to seeing you in 2021. Thank you for your patience while we transition back to face-to-face events.

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Registration

Registration closes: Wednesday 3 February 2021

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When
10/02/2021 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM
Where
Charles Sturt University Room 207, Building 1006 346 Leeds Parade, Orange NSW Central West Network, NSW 2800
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