Workplace bullying is one of the most recognised forms of harassment. For a workplace to be a harmonious environment, staff need to be aware of what is considered harassment, and what to do if they are either party to harassment or are aware of it happening to others.
This consequence based scenario awareness package includes not only the different types of harassment but shows what the implications are to those being harassed and those around them if these situations are not dealt with appropriately.
This package also allows insight to those who may be harassing staff without being aware of it.
The scenarios are designed to show the harassment perspectives of: being harassed; harassing; or managing workplace harassment.
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Develop an effective presentation — DEEWR
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Procurement Training — Defence
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Cultural Change program — AFMA
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— Develop an effective presentation
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— Develop an effective presentation
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Writing Clear and Effective Submissions — IBA Homes
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Manage Poor Performance — Defence
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Writing Effective Business Documents — AFMA
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— Desiging and Creating an Effective Business Case
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Build and Maintain Internal Networks — Defence Michael
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IBA Homes — David Hawkins
“I just wanted to give some feedback on the Band 4 training that I attended on Monday and Tuesday. It was an excellent combination of theoretical and practical training with minimal refresher of previous training. In particular, I was impressed and enjoyed the simulator training yesterday…The trainers were excellent and knew their material well. To whoever put this training course together, congratulations, it was well worth the time.”
Cultural Change Program — AFMA Peter
“Just a quick note to thank you for the interesting and entertaining writing course you facilitated at AFMA over the past two days. I congratulate you on the way you combined your knowledge, skills, and likeable personality to present your material in an interesting, relaxed and fun way.”
Plain English Business Writing — Mal