Apr 18

Dealing with Support People in Workplace Investigation Interviews

Being interviewed as part of a workplace investigation can be a stressful, emotional and intimidating experience for all parties – the complainant, the respondent and witnesses. Being able to bring along a support to attend the interview with them can be comforting for participants. But is also important to establish some clear ground rules, to […]

Apr 04

Conflict Management Coaching in Action

Conflict management coaching involves a coach working one-on-one with someone experiencing conflict with another person. The coach uses a structured model to help the person in conflict (the client) discuss their conflict through a self-reflective process and help the client gain the ability to manage, prevent or resolve a dispute, or their interpersonal conflicts generally. […]

Mar 22

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] How to increase staff happiness, engagement and productivity

Happy and engaged workplaces increase staff satisfaction and productivity, whilst minimising turnover. Join Rose Bryant-Smith, Co-Founder and Director, as she discusses how you can improve your workplace to be more harmonious and engaged. Watch webinar How to access our Webinars On Demand To access these webinars on demand, simply click on the watch webinar link […]

Mar 21

How to get the best out of mediation for your organisation and your staff

At its best, mediation can be a very effective and even a transformative process, which assists parties who have been engaged in conflict to resolve the issues that have arisen in their working relationship. With the assistance of a mediator, the participants are empowered to resolve the dispute themselves on their own terms, in a […]

Feb 21

6 of the Best Self-Care Tips for Investigators

Interviewing staff who are traumatised, emotionally distressed or highly resistant to your process, takes a toll on the impartial investigator. Analysing evidence and defending your impartial findings can also be draining, and lonely, when subtle or overt pressures are brought to bear on your professionalism, or your conclusions. Effective investigators should exercise self-care to remain […]

Feb 14

Managing Workplace Romances

Workplace romances are once again in the news thanks to Deputy Prime Minister, the Hon Barnaby Joyce, MP. Whatever you think of the reporting on Barnaby Joyce’s relationship and pending parenthood with a former staff member, it is clear that the issue of romantic relationships at work is not going to go away. Last week, […]

Jan 24

Having conversations that reflect our culture on Australia Day

Over the last week or so, there have been a number of high-profile individuals, including politicians and social commentators, as well as a number of Australians generally, publicly arguing either for or against the relocation of Australia Day to a date other than 26 January. The topic appears to be garnering particularly more attention this […]

Jan 10

Embracing Moral Courage in 2018!

I was recently asked what Worklogic would like to see more of in 2018 – and my answer was “moral courage“.  This is something that can be easier said than done – but you can never have too much of it.  Wherever you work, and whatever your role in 2018, let’s be brave (or braver) in standing […]

Dec 20

Oh Come All Ye Faithful: Encouraging Inclusion during the Holiday Season(s)

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, a significant proportion of Australians (52%) report that they are Christian, with Islam (2.6%) and Buddhism (2.4%) the next most common religions. The ABS reports that Australia is increasingly diverse in terms of religion, with Hinduism, Sikhism, Islam and Buddhism all increasingly common religious beliefs. Meanwhile, while nearly […]

Dec 06

What to do if you receive historic allegations of sexual assault

It seems that the news media has been awash with revelations of alleged sexual harassment by various famous, now infamous, faces. Sadly, allegations of this type of behaviour are not new to Australian workplaces, however, the current cases provide a timely reminder to think about how you should and would deal with an historical complaint […]

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