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Aug 19

Why lack of organisational knowledge about serious misconduct is not an excuse (and what you can do about it)

Where an investigation has found that serious misconduct allegations are proven, the post-investigation landscape can often be filled with comments of regret and angst about what could have been prevented. Amidst all the various post-investigation follow up, next steps, and even possible fall-out, we often hear the following statements: “But we never knew” “No-one ever […]

Jun 24

Inappropriate behaviour complaint

Dealing with complaints of inappropriate workplace behaviour is arguably on the list of managers least favourite tasks. However, it is important that when a complaint of inappropriate behaviour is made, the issues are addressed, as an untended complaint can often take root and grow into a much bigger issue. Increased emphasis on organisational values and […]

Mar 04

Weinstein Verdict and #MeToo

The #MeToo movement was propelled by the revelations of Harvey Weinstein’s abuses and so what does his convictions for rape and sexual assault on 24 February mean for the workplace? The #MeToo movement has shattered cultural norms and altered what is considered acceptable behaviour and the guilty verdict will reinforce that. Women, and men, are […]

Feb 28

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] How to use coaching to improve performance at work

People at every level of an organisation face challenges associated with their roles. Often, these problems are not about technical expertise, but interpersonal style, identity and values, or leadership capability. If left unattended, these problems can have lasting and damaging impacts on individuals, teams and the organisation. This is where workplace coaching can help. Watch […]

Nov 26

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] The 5 “Must Dos” for a successful workplace review

In this free Worklogic webinar on demand, Worklogic Senior Consultant, Anglea Seach discusses the warning signs that your culture might need a review and shares her five ‘must-dos’ to ensure a successful outcome. Watch webinar If you have a suspicion that something is ‘not quite right’, you don’t have to wait to receive a formal complaint.  This is […]

Sep 04

The 12 dysfunctions that pull teams off track

It was Tolstoy who wrote, “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way“.  This observation is most adaptable when considering the myriad of workplace realities. Generally speaking, when workplace teams are working well and productively (hurrah!), there is not much differentiation within that cohort. Invariably, such teams will reflect and manifest, a culture of respect, accountability and support. […]

Jul 31

Eight suggestions for a successful workplace retreat

The objective of any workplace retreat is to take time out from the daily hurly-burly: an ideal way to refresh, reflect and plan…with colleagues. Sometimes, those last two words “with colleagues” do not seem to be factored into the actual preparation or roll-out of a retreat. I suspect that a fair proportion of readers of […]

May 15

Planning a workplace investigation

My colleagues will attest that one of my regular catch cries around the Worklogic office is “the process will save you”. Whether responding to a workplace complaint by way of mediation, investigation or workplace review, the temptation can be to jump straight in and get the process started. In our experience it’s critical to stop […]

May 08

3 strategies for conducting preliminary enquiries into workplace complaints or concerns 

Worklogic is often requested to conduct a preliminary enquiry by clients faced with a workplace complaint or concerns about workplace behaviour that are lacking critical information. A preliminary enquiry occurs before a decision to proceed (or not) to full workplace investigation and can be very helpful in clarifying that decision, ultimately saving time and money […]

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