So What is Fair Conduct?
Dealing with difficult behaviours and issues
1 day course
This course aims to equip participants with the knowledge and skills
that will enable them to assess confidently "what is fair" in conflict
situations with staff and more importantly put "fair conduct" into
Supervisors, mangers, human resources professionals who are
regularly faced with the challenges of considering steps that either
will lead to dismissal of an employee or see a turnaround in
Benefits of attending
Develop an understanding of how to apply Australia's "duty of care"
principle to "fair conduct" in difficult situations
Learn the Dalcross model of "Fair Conduct"
Develop the skill of counselling staff on difficult performance
issues by practising using real life case studies
Receive practical training that will help protect your organisation against legal recourse
Australian Industrial Law and the "Duty of Care Principle"
Shaping Behaviour Model and its application to Fair Conduct
Case study discussion on fair play, reasonableness and satisfying
the "not harsh" test
7 Steps of Performance Counselling - the Dalcross SWOT Model
Case study practice of counselling employees for performance
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