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Specialist Psychological Safety and Wellbeing CourseTM

Targeted to managers, team leaders, and HR professionals, this course has been designed to facilitate a greater sense of employee engagement within complex, contemporary work environments.

About this course

The modules for this course have been developed in response to the common themes and issues that arise within individual sessions with our specialist psychologists.

These specialist modules are designed for employees who are interested in engaging in discussion relating to the true complexity of what it means to be human in the contemporary workplace.

Each module encourages lively discussion and invites interesting perspectives. They offer a supported and facilitated opportunity to collectively ‘workshop’ difficult and highly-complex organisational problems.

Module breakdown

Below is a breakdown of the modules we offer within the Psychological Safety and Workplace Wellbeing programTM.

  • Developing your community at work
    • Digital connection, globalisation and the pandemic have changed our relational landscape.
    • Building local communities at work; an opportunity for deep human connection.
  • Manager and HR wellbeing for managing performance issues
    • Skills and techniques for managing individual stress.
    • Leading a performance management process when mental health and wellbeing issues are present.
  • Identifying signs of distress or mental ill health in employees
    • How to recognise signs of psychological distress in employees.
    • How to have a conversation with an employee and connect to services.
  • Inappropriate workplace behaviours
    • How to identify aggression and micro-aggressions in the workplace.
    • Once identified, what can I do?
  • Bullying and harassment at work
    • How to differentiate bullying and harassment from lawful management processes and/or individual differences and preferences.
  • Sexual harassment at work
    • Reviews consistently identify the gap between prevalence and reporting.
    • Victim-survivor experiences; learning about my options.
  • Reasonable management action and/or coercive control
    • Power exists in every relationship and is not in itself bad.
    • Exploring the difference between reasonable management action and coercive control.
  • Family violence, and the workplace
    • Family violence: often a lonely, shaming experience for the victim – what do I do?
    • Exploring ways you may support a colleague.
  • Relational intelligence in the workplace
    • Developing relationships at work when societal rules of engagement are changing.
    • Managing team relationships; respecting and including individuality while fostering cohesion and growth.
  • Diversity and inclusion
    • How do we include if we don’t recognise exclusion?
    • Cognitive bias and inattentive bias – how we become aware.
  • Modernity: the re-emergence of the authoritarian leader
    • Followership: What needs of society are they meeting?
    • The critical role of followers.
  • Narcissism and modernity
    • Narcissism is on the rise in society –including in our workplaces.
    • Recognising the signs and patterns of behaviour in the second-generation narcissist.
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