A HUMAN APPROACH TO BULLYING & HARASSMENT: 
a discussion between legal & HR

  • 42 mins 
    (0.5 CPD units*)
  • for all lawyers
    & HR teams 
Category: Substantive Law I Topic: Employment 
Course overview:
Join us for a discussion between a HR specialist and an Employment Law expert on workplace bullying and harassment. Our speakers take you beyond the law and share their insights on how to approach this complex and prevalent area from a human perspective.  
  • Audio Session 
* On the Run Learning is not an accredited provider of legal CPD in Western Australia.

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

  • an audio session 
  • part 1: the law
  • part 2: practical application
  • certificate of completion

  I WILL LEARN:

  • the legal definition of bullying & harassment 
  • how to handle a bullying & harassment complaint 
  • what is involved in the investigation process 
  • how organisations can approach this area effectively 
  • how organisational culture impacts incidence of bullying & harassment  

ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS

ELIZABETH 
TICEHURST 

Principal
Activate Workplace Law
e: elizabeth@activatelaw.com.au
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www.activatelaw.com.au

About Elizabeth

Elizabeth is the founding principle of Activate Workplace Law. She is an accredited specialist in Employment and Industrial Law and is an expert in the emerging area of whistleblowing. With two decades of experience working in the legal industry in the Asia Pacific Region, Elizabeth has first-hand knowledge of the complexities of managing a diverse workforce across several jurisdictions.

An expert in Whistleblowing Law, Elizabeth has a special interest in advising managers of in-house whistleblowing programs on both compliance and practical issues. She has conducted whistleblower response training for more than 50 groups, including Boards, executive teams and senior management in industries ranging from finance and banking to resources and retail.

FIONA
HORAN

HEAD OF PEOPLE AND CULTURE
AUSTRALIAN ETHICAL 
c: contact via Linked-In

About Fiona 

Fiona Horan is an experienced HR professional, career and executive coach, trainer and facilitator with almost 30 years of management and hands-on experience in developing the skills of people in organisations. Fiona specialises in the area of leadership and culture change and has worked with small through to large organisations across a range of industries in Australia and overseas including financial services, public service, energy, pharmaceutical, Information Technology (IT) and professional services firms. 

Fiona has experienced firsthand the real challenges leaders face and what it is that makes certain leaders stand apart. Throughout her career, Fiona has coached her own teams as well as executives and managers at all levels within organisations. 

Fiona’s passion lies in the development of effective organisations which enable people to achieve their full potential. Her flexible and engaging approach allows her to readily work with different organisations and cultures. Her ability to understand client’s needs and performance dynamics are key areas of her success within organisations.