So, what do we do to combat the criticism and ensure we are leading from the front?
Join us to be part of this unique opportunity to be part of a facilitated session to honestly discuss the challenges of getting our own HR teams in order and then using them as a platform for leading change in our organisations.
During the session, we will be looking to discuss these 4 key questions:
- How do we manage any inappropriate banter in our own HR team? Is it time to take a good long look at ourselves?
- How do we ensure the humour and banter in our organisations stays on the right side of “the line”?
- How do we handle concerns or complaints that are raised in this area? Are we taking them seriously enough?
- How do we know if we are doing the right things to create a truly positive and inclusive environment?
Led by Stella Chandler of Focal Point Training & Consultancy, specialists in managing and preventing inappropriate behaviour at work, this session will be bound by the Chatham House Rule to ensure open and honest dialogue is created in a safe environment.
Stella has worked as a trainer, facilitator and coach at every level in a wide range of organisations, including government departments, private sector and not-for-profit organisations. She draws from a wealth of experience including 15 years in the Metropolitan Police Service, where she was the first civilian HR and Training Manager, and 3 years in the Internal Conduct and Efficiency Branch investigating the full range of misconduct and performance issues.
As a fellow of the CIPD, Stella founded Focal Point Training & Consultancy in 2001 to specialise in helping organisations tackle inappropriate behaviour at work.