Date: Wednesday 12th February
Time: 9:00am – 1:30pm
Venue: Training Room, Level 1, Auckland Chamber of Commerce Building, 100 Mayoral Drive, Auckland CBD
To Book: firstname.lastname@example.org
This half-day workshop is free and aims to give you an overview about the benefits of practicing Diversity in the workplace, and how to address various topics and/or issues that can arise. You will learn about cultural diversity, the benefits of working with your aged workers in a time of labour shortage, along with our younger workforce. Other diversity platforms will be covered using winning examples from our Diversity Awards that include, gender, lifestyle choices, religious beliefs, parental leave and more.
This session also includes an introduction to dealing with workplace bullying and harassment as well as the merits of workplace wellness initiatives. You will also hear about unconscious bias and how to avoid it.
Our facilitator Skot Barnett will give you some tips to take away and get started. Skot also specialises in employment strategies for businesses to recruit and cultivate the skills of people from all groups. He’s looking forward to hosting you and your team at one of the EEO Trust’s Diversity Overview’s near you.
Managing Workplace Bullying and Harassment
Date: Monday 10th March
Time: 9.00am - 4.30pm
Investment: EEO Trust members $245 +GST, $345 +GST for non-members
Venue: Training Room, Level 1, Auckland Chamber of Commerce Building, 100 Mayoral Drive, CBD Auckland
To book: email@example.com
This is a workshop for managers and team leaders about identifying workplace bullying and harassment and how to deal with them promptly and effectively.
You will explore traps and pitfalls as well as learn how to challenge behaviour and intervene to resolve issues. It is no longer acceptable – legally and emotionally – to ignore allegations or evidence of bullying in any workplace of any size.
The facilitator is Hayden Olsen who has written several books on bullying and coaches organisations about effectively preventing harassment and/or bullying. He will encourage you to look at your own behaviour as managers and consider what you can do to reduce the chance of someone claiming you are a bully.
Women Directors: Strategy and Finance
Date: Wednesday 12th March
Venue: Level 1, Auckland Chamber of Commerce Building, 100 Mayoral Drive, CBD Auckland
Investment: EEO Trust Members $430 +GST, non-members $530 + GST
To book: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our facilitator is Sarah Haydon has an extensive background in strategic planning, finance, general management and organisational development, having held senior international roles in BP and more recently as Chief Financial Officer with OfficeMax Australasia. She currently holds director and trustee positions with a state-owned enterprise and a charitable trust, and chairs a not-for-profit board.
The content is relevant to women currently seeking directorships and those reflecting on how to plan their careers to position themselves for directorships in the future. It will suit those who have previously attended the Introduction to Corporate Governance seminars. In this course, Sarah will cover:
This one-day seminar on Strategy and Finance in Governance is jointly organised by the EEO Trust and the Auckland Chamber of Commerce.
EEO Trust Corporate Training & Consultancy
The EEO Trust delivers a wide variety of courses to meet the changing needs of a successful workplace. Based on our selection of courses available, our experienced team of facilitators can assess your needs and customise the content to achieve your desired result.
Fees: To be determined in accordance with the course structure, length and location.
We can also offer a consultancy service on developing your diversity initiatives and programmes.
EEO Trust Boardroom Hire
The Equal Employment Opportunities Trust is pleased to offer a fully equipped boardroom for meetings/training. The boardroom has a capacity for up to 16 people and is available for half or full day hire.
Other EventsFrom time to time, like-minded organisations, with whom we collaborate, host events that EEO Trust members may find relevant and interesting. For an upcoming selection of these please click here.