Training: ethical leadership in action - examining gendered violence

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Training: ethical leadership in action - examining gendered violence

This workshop helps leaders:

  • Understand how power can be misused in the workplace.
  • Develop strategies to promote gender equality.
  • Drive and foster cultural change.

Leaders play a critical role in creating workplace culture

Guiding leaders to develop solutions to create or maintain workplace culture that is intolerant of sexual assault, harassment and bullying.

Ensure organisational culture actively promotes gender equality

Achieving gender equality in workplaces is critical to preventing violence against women. Gender equality in workplaces is also linked to improved productivity, increased organisational performance, economic growth, and retaining employees [Source: WGEA].

Through this workshop participants will:

  • Increase their understanding of gendered violence and gender inequality;
  • Understand how power can be misused in the workplace and how perpetrators of violence use power and control;
  • Identify responses to trauma;
  • Discuss actions that prevent violence against women;
  • Create action plans to drive and foster cultural change in the workplace.

The workshop includes complex case studies that focus participants on developing solutions based on the needs of the person experiencing violence.

Duration Appropriate for Maximum participants
1 day Executive teams, Managers, Supervisors, Department heads, People & Culture/Human Resources teams 20

Focused and clear messages. Good balance of information and interaction of participants.

Great program - highly articulate and knowledgeable presenters.

- Participants
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Our training approach

At Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia, we recognise that adults bring a wealth of knowledge and individual experiences to the learning environment. Every workshop utilises adult learning principles, as per the Principles for Best Practice for 21st Century Education (Nichols, 2002).

Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia trainers are social workers, psychologists, and educators. They are experienced trainers in causes, consequences and primary prevention of sexual, domestic and family violence causes.

All facilitators are trained to safely and compassionately respond to disclosures and refer onward to state based services.

All training programs are audited regularly to ensure the information provided is evidence-based and current.

Programs can be tailored based on the needs of each organisation and can be delivered to clinical and non-clinical audiences.

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