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New Workshop 'Supporting Leadeship Behaviour'

Posted by Leonie Goucher on Thursday, April 13, 2017.


CommuniCorp prides itself on maintaining up to date and relevant workshops/sessions that meet the needs of the ever changing workplace mental health space within corporate Australia. These workshops are produced and refined through scientific, evidence-based methods by our team of experienced, senior organisational psychologists, to ensure a positive impact on people and their organisations. Within the current workplace climate, workplace mental health interventions are moving beyond the traditional, ‘mental health awareness’ approach, towards a strategic, preventative methodology which is psychosocially oriented. 

Developing a strategic approach towards mental health ensures support structures are embedded within organisations’ strategic plans which address potential psychosocial hazards within workplaces, before they have the opportunity to cause psychological harm and injury. CommuniCorp is committed to providing organisations with preventative actions towards managing and mitigating psychological harm within the workplace, and in a continued effort to do so, we have developed two new products: Supportive Leadership Behaviour and Diversity and Inclusion.

Supportive Leadership Behaviour

The new Supportive Leadership Behaviour Workshop has been developed with recent research showing that a key psychosocial factor which influences workplace mental health is the quality of People Leaders within organisations. Considering that poor mental health in Australia is estimated to cost businesses $11 billion every year, the business case to ensure that leaders are upskilled to maintain a psychologically supportive environment that promotes psychological health and wellbeing, is inarguable. By definition, a Supportive Leader is a leader who attempts to decrease stress and frustration in the workplace while ensuring employees know what they need to do and how their work contributes to the organisation as a whole. In addition, Supportive Leaders identify and supply the necessary resources to their employees to ensure goal achievement. This new workshop provides your leaders with practical capabilities that they can immediately implement within the workplace to support a positive psychosocial climate and positive overall workplace mental health.

For more information on Supportive Leadership and the benefits for organisations, please contact info@communicorpgroup.com for a copy of CommuniCorps Supportive Leadership White Paper. To enquire about our new Supportive Leadership Behaviour Workshop, and for more information, please visit CommuniCorp’s website here, or contact info@communicorpgroup.com.

Supportive Leadership Behaviour The new Supportive Leadership Behaviour Workshop has been developed with recent research showing that a key psychosocial factor which influences workplace mental health is the quality of People Leaders within organisations. Considering that poor mental health in Australia is estimated to cost businesses $11 billion every year, the business case to ensure that leaders are upskilled to maintain a psychologically supportive environment that promotes psychological health and wellbeing, is inarguable. By definition, a Supportive Leader is a leader who attempts to decrease stress and frustration in the workplace while ensuring employees know what they need to do and how their work contributes to the organisation as a whole. In addition, Supportive Leaders identify and supply the necessary resources to their employees to ensure goal achievement. This new workshop provides your leaders with practical capabilities that they can immediately implement within the workplace to support a positive psychosocial climate and positive overall workplace mental health.

Diversity and Inclusion

The Diversity and Inclusion Workshop was developed in recognition of the responsibilities that organisations have to ensure diversity and inclusion within the workforce, as well as the clear benefits of diversity and inclusion in organisations. While this is widely acknowledged, what is poorly understood are the barriers to maintaining diversity and inclusion. Newly emergent research has shown that unconscious biases can prevent inclusive work environments, subsequently resulting in interpersonal discord and the basis for discrimination within diverse workplaces. Unconscious biases have the ability to skew how people attribute others’ behaviour, often resulting in an inability to recognise high-potential employees, inability to retain talented staff, and issues in effectively collaborating with stakeholders. This new Diversity and Inclusion Workshop incorporates recent cognitive psychology and neuroscience research in teaching participants about how unconscious bias works, and ways in which to overcome it in order to ensure an inclusive and diverse workplace.

For more information on what Diveristy and Inclusion is and the benefits for organisations, please contact info@communicorpgroup.com. To enquire about our new Diversity and Inclusion Workshop, and for more information, please visit CommuniCorp’s website here, or contact info@communicorpgroup.com.

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