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About the Event
This dynamic session is designed for leaders and People and Culture professionals seeking to explore interactive training and Workplace Law.
Are you ready to harness the benefits of interactive training in your organisation but not sure where to start?
Join EEO Specialists and The Experience Lab to explore how immersive learning can provide you with an engaging tool to proactively address learning needs in your workplace. The use of our unique training style allows us to create an intimate experience for the learner along with the opportunity to contextualise behaviours and to pause, observe, reflect and understand how to most effectively take action.
This training showcase includes various sessions and facilitated discussion that cover an introduction to the learning outcomes of our full offerings.
Book for the sessions that interest you.
Same Old Slugger - Corporate Theatre exploring Unconscious Bias and Appropriate Behaviours - 9:00 am - 10:30 am - Room 1
A distinctive and highly engaging workplace training session focused on promoting appropriate workplace behaviours to foster an inclusive working environment.
Becoming an upstander – workshop - 9:00 am - 10:30 am - Room 2
Learn what to do when you witness, or you are on the receiving end of inappropriate behaviour in the workplace. Build skills to assertively call out poor behaviours in a respectful way to influence a shift in culture.
Larrikin or Larry Can't? - Corporate Theatre exploring Sexual Harassment in the Workplace -10:45 am - 12:15 pm – Room 1
A distinctive and highly engaging workplace training session focused on recognising and responding to sexual harassment, developed in partnership with EEO specialists.
Unconscious Bias – Workshop - 10:45 am - 12:15 pm – Room 2
Explore common unconscious biases and their impact in the workplace and develop strategies to encourage inclusive behaviours.
Lunch and learn session – Networking - 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm – Room 1
Join us as we discuss the themes challenging workplaces.....more text here.
Lunch and Learn Session - Risk Assessment - 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm – Room 2
Speak with Franca Sala Tenna to complete a risk assessment for your organisation. Managers and supervisors have an extra duty of care to provide a safe workplace. They and their employer can be held legally responsible if they permit unlawful behaviour to occur. Knowing how and when to hold someone to account is essential. Managers are responsible for enabling their staff to operate at an acceptable level of competence and performance.
Much Ado About Hector - Corporate Theatre exploring bullying in the workplace - 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm – Room 1
A distinctive and highly engaging workplace training session focused on recognising and responding to workplace bullying.
Same Same But Different - Corporate Theatre exploring diversity in the workplace - 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm – Room 2
A distinctive and engaging workplace training session that uses real life stories and experiential learning techniques to explore attitudes and behaviours hindering inclusivity in the workplace.
Places are limited for each session. Book in now to reserve your spot. We look forward to you joining us.
At EEO Specialists we believe that most people don’t mean to offend, but they sometimes do because they don’t realise that what they just said or did was inappropriate. We want to minimise the impact of workplace problems by showing employees what to think about before they tell the funny but sexually inappropriate joke or before they play a trick on someone as “a joke”. We enable people to think about their behaviours, not from their own perspective but from everyone else’s perspective. We like to do this by customising the workshops to your organisation, creating scenarios of things that ‘could happen’ at your workplace so people go away feeling like the information made sense to them.
At The Experience Lab we believe play is an important part of the learning process. Our skilled facilitators and corporate actors weave traditional and non-traditional training practices together, drawing on theatre based learning, improvisation, and experiential learning techniques. We believe learning is fun, learning engages and learning inspires. When we learn, we seek to build knowledge as well as practise skills to bridge the knowing/doing gap. We need to experience what success feels like and to learn from failure in a safe, non-judgmental space. We believe the best learning occurs when it’s put into practice, in the here and now, and we reflect on our performance.