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Webinar: How to deal with workplace conflict Book Now

Status:
Archived
Dates:
2:00pm 22 Apr 2021 to 3:00pm 22 Apr 2021
Venue:
Online
Categories:
Human Resources;Leadership;Management;Webinar
Address:
Broadcast from Suite 7 19 Norwood Crescent , Moonee Ponds VIC 3039

Course Fees

Non-Member
$80.00
Member
$40.00

Course Description

Fear and stressors, altered work patterns and physical barriers create conflict.  At AHIG we are experiencing an increase in the number of member calls for assistance with workplace conflict.  Employment lawyer David  presents a one hour webinar on the importance of reacting quickly to conflict, how to deal with conflict and when you may need to bring in external mediation.

Join our webinar and learn;

  • What happens when conflict is left unchecked
  • When to start the process of conflict resolution
  • How does your workplace policy on conflict fit in
  • When to call in help
  • Note: This webinar with deal with general conflict issues, workplace Bullying & harassment will be discussed in a follow up webinar. 

Presenter

David Wenban

David is Managing Director of the Australian Health Industry Group which advises the Community, Health and Business Services sectors on HR, IR, legal and management issues. 

Using his formal clinical, management and legal qualifications and experience in the health sector David provides concise and pragmatic advice.

His past roles include working as the CEO of a small rural health service, Executive and Corporate Counsel of a large metropolitan health service and Legal and Management Consulting throughout Australia.

David's special areas of practice are administrative law, information technology, contract and commercial law, disciplinary tribunals, employment and industrial law, equal opportunity, governance, internal audits, occupational health and safety, workcover, risk management and strategic planning.

David's simple pragmatic approach, combined with real life examples, makes his training sessions informative and thought provoking.

Last Updated: 2021-05-11 9:56 AM
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