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Aug 29

“Fix Your Team”: The Federal Liberal Party – a (light-hearted) model case study

So we thought we’d start this week’s blog post with a quick and topical quiz for you! Thinking about the Liberal Party’s behaviour last week in Canberra, were you: (a) horrified (b) shocked (c) apathetic (d) none of the above. Regardless of your response, you may in any event have found yourself quoting the political […]

Aug 22

6 Characteristics of An Effective Workplace Review

What’s the “noise” coming from your team? Is it a happy, harmonious humming along sound, or something a bit more discordant, and one that, over time is getting louder? If the latter, then here’s a few more diagnostic questions for you. Do you have a work group where there is a constant barrage of low […]

Aug 15

How to build a more stress-resilient culture

So often when we are asked to undertake an investigation into allegations of problematic workplace behaviour, it becomes clear that it was all about the “how”, rather than the “what”. 1) How adept and skilled were the team members at responding to a range of stressors which may influence behaviour? 2) How competent was everyone […]

Aug 08

Positive vs Negative Momentum Energy within Teams

Identifying when the workplace, or a team, is heading ‘downward’ or showing signs of negative momentum, can sometimes be tricky. As an employer, you don’t always have visibility over the extent and causes of workplace problems. Bad behaviour and dysfunction can be hidden within teams, geographic areas, functional groups, or management hierarchy. Some of the […]

Aug 01

Why you can’t afford to ignore bad behaviour in the workplace

Bad behaviour and conflict are common in Australian workplaces. In a major 2016 survey, 14% of Australian workers described their workplace environment as ‘toxic’, 20% had experienced major problems in communication with a co-worker or boss, and 50% reported that they have experienced one or more serious incidents of conflict or other negative conduct at […]

Jul 24

How to manage workplace conflict?

In this free Worklogic on-demand webinar, Worklogic Director, Jodie Fox, discusses strategies to effectively manage workplace conflict. Watch webinar There are numerous tools you can employ to help manage workplace conflict, but what is the best tool for each situation?  In this webinar, Jodie Fox discusses the difference between mediations, facilitated discussions and workshops and […]

Jun 27

Employer best-practice in preventing sexual harassment in the workplace

As you may know, the latest impact of our current post-Weinstein awareness of sexual harassment has been the announcement last week by the Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Kate Jenkins, of a national inquiry into sexual harassment in Australian workplaces. It was interesting to note that Commissioner Jenkins specifically identified that “the global conversation about sexual harassment […]

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 […]

Nov 15

Surviving the Silly Season

Somehow, it’s November already. Many people are tired, and stressed about fast-approaching deadlines, as organisations endeavour to get everything done before Christmas. They’re looking forward to a break, but maybe not to the looming madness of functions, big-ticket spending and hosting extended family. With these heightened pressures in mind, it is well worth turning our […]

Oct 18

How to respond when a critical incident occurs in your organisation

Unfortunately, from time to time, organisations can be faced with unexpected and possibly traumatic incidents. These may be events like the death of a client in a residential facility or at a recreational site; the suicide of a staff member; or a significant workplace accident or near-miss. Your staff will likely feel shocked, shaken and […]

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