2018 Awards Launch - Devonport
Employer of Choice and Worksafe Tasmania - September 2017 Business Events
Action Learning – a collaborative approach
Devonport – Thursday 7 September at Devonport Waterfront Function Centre
12.00 to 2.30pm - Session 1 - Lunch, keynote and café conversations
2.45 to 3.45pm - Session 2 - Workshops (choose one of three)
4.00 to 5.00pm - Session 3 - Workshops (choose one of three)
Full details of the event are below – to register for one or more of these sessions, go to 2018EOCawardsdevonport.eventbrite.com.au
Session 1 - 12.00 pm to 2.30 pm – lunch, keynote and café conversations
Action learning- collaborating to increase competitiveness
Action learning seeks business outcomes and organisational learning outcomes by addressing complex or 'wicked' problems. This keynote address will present the application of action learning to real business problems and the experiences of employers and employees participating in the Business Action Learning Tasmania (BALT) program. The BALT program is unique in the world in that it is the only example of diverse companies cooperating to improve their profitability, develop their people and grow the local economy.
Bob Cother, Director, The Action Learning Institute
Bob's career in manufacturing spans over 40 years as an industrial engineer, academic and management consultant. Bob is the creator of the highly successful Lean Action Learning program, which has been delivered in Tasmania since 2010. The BALT network has evolved through the continued collaboration of companies participating in Lean Action Learning programs.
Genevieve Cother, Business Development Manager, The Action Learning Institute
Genevieve is an industrial designer and Master of Sustainable Design, specialising in systems design and social innovation. Genevieve co-founded The Action Learning Institute in 2010, with Bob Cother, using design principles to address quality and compliance issues in VET delivery. The Action Learning Institute is recognised internationally as pioneering the use of action learning to deliver nationally recognised qualifications.
This session will also include
- case studies from Tasmanian organisations in the Employer of Choice and Worksafe Tasmania network
- and café conversations
You will have the chance to speak with local and national experts in human resources management, organisation development, workplace health and wellbeing.
Arranged on the day - no need to book
|An integrated approach to workplace mental health||Angela Martin, Pracademia||www.pracademia.com.au|
|Action Learning||Genevieve & Bob Cother, Action Learning Institute||www.businessactionlearningtas.com.au|
|Building a Resilient Workforce||Rachel Moore, Success with Less Stress||www.successwithlessstress.com.au|
|Engaging the Health & Wellbeing of Your Business with 6 minutes a day||Penni Lamprey, Happy Healthy Staff||www.healthyhappystaff.com.au|
|Financial Wellbeing with Mindful Money||Jane Horn, Mindful Money||www.mindfulmoney.com.au|
|Leading your team from good to great||Jon Fletcher, Good to Great Tasmania|
|Total Worker Health – Advancing safety & wellbeing||Worksafe Tasmania, Worksafe Advisors||www.worksafe.tas.gov.au|
|Becoming an Employer of Choice||John Furness, Department of State Growth||www.business.tas.gov.au/eoc|
* For more information on the above topics & speakers, explore their website link.
Session 2 - 2.45 pm to 3.45 pm, Devonport Waterfront Function Centre
Choose one of the three workshops
- Rachel Moore – Applied emotional intelligence
There is a wealth of literature detailing the impact emotion has on individuals’ performance, for example, that people perform their best at work when they feel involved in purposeful work that develops who they are, when they feel valued, cared for, consulted, respected, informed and understood. In this workshop we explore the ‘journey format’ as an effective approach to enhancing emotional intelligence. Join us as we discover the essential building blocks and key components of a powerful emotional intelligence journey.
- Wendy French – Introduction to mental health first aid
Workplaces have a vital role to play in providing supportive environments that promote mental health, wellbeing and resilience in people. Part of creating this environment is having the capacity within an organisation to respond to individuals and employees that may be struggling with mental health problems.
The Mental Health First Aid course is a skills based training program and more than just awareness-raising. It teaches workplace health and safety officers, human resources staff, contact officers, managers, team leaders, supervisors and individuals how to assist a co-worker who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Having this assistance available supports individual engagement, team cohesion and provides an atmosphere where employees can learn, grow and develop to their full capability - supporting Employer of Choice status.
- Jimmy Stewart & James Whitehill – Proactively managing the risk of health, safety and wellbeing
Risk based approach to safety and well-being
Pragmatic integration of safety and well-being
Leadership and Culture
Tools and Techniques
Justified confidence of a safety and well-being action learning program
Session 3 – 4.00 to 5.00 pm, Devonport Waterfront Function Centre
Choose one of the three workshops
- Rachel Hill – Values based recruitment and how to get it right
What is values based recruitment and why should your organisation apply this?
What does good recruitment health look like?
And what impact is this having on your culture, employee engagement and bottom line?
We’ll examine the three common mistakes that organisations make when recruiting, and what to do about it -your five-step plan back to values based recruitment
And you’ll get to take away the Recruitment Health Check List and Compass.
- Nic Stephen – Leading a healthy culture
Most organisations have an accidental culture - what to do about it?
Measuring organisational health is critical
Introducing return on investment for learning and development
Leaders must be fearless communicators
The benefits of engaging in productive discomfort when managing performance
- Jimmy Thomson – Mental wellbeing with the brain in mind
The power of the brain and how it works
The role that beliefs and mindset play in our results
Limbic Risk – What is it and how it puts us ‘at-risk’ mentally and physically
How to communicate with your ‘monkey’ mind
The transformational impact of a 2° shift. What is your next 2° shift?