Workplace Ldrship: Ethical Obligations, Conflict & Bullying
Workplace Ldrship: Ethical Obligations, Conflict & Bullying
Friday 17 June 2016
Recording and slides
Length: 3 hours and 19 minutes
Unit type: Practice Management
Recorded on 17 June 2016

The Law Society of South Australia presented a half-day CPD session giving you the opportunity to pick up the 3 CPD units in the 3 mandatory units of Ethics, Professional Skills and Practice Management.

Bullying in the Workplace, with an emphasis on resilience

Introduction: Dr Niki Vincent, recently appointed South Australian Commissioner for Equal Opportunity
Presenter: Fiona Stevens, Psychologist, Central Psychology Services
Chair: Toni Vozzo, Johnson Winter & Slattery

How to handle ethical issues in the workplace – Australian Solicitors’ Conduct Rules

This seminar aims to provide practitioners with guidance on various dilemmas in the workplace; how they relate to the Conduct Rules, and what firms can do to manage their practices better.
Implementing workplace ethics policies will help you be prepared for the potential conflicts of interest that arise due to the diversity of opinion, values and culture in the workforce and dealing with ethical issues including but not limited to gender equity, discrimination and harassment.

Issues discussed will include:
. Your ethical duties in relation to practice management
. Dangers of not dealing with workplace issues
. Benefits of a positive workplace environment

Presenter: Julia Swift, Cowell Clarke
Chair: Nadine Lambert, Solicitor, Office of the Legal Profession Conduct Commissioner


Avoiding Conflict & Conflict Resolution in the Workplace

Provide practical advice and strategies to partners in the following areas:
. The importance of early intervention;
. Implementing effective and compliant policies and procedures for dealing with
workplace conflict; and
. Bringing parties together to resolve conflict, improve working relationships and
avoid liability associated with work related stress, bullying and harassment and
discrimination claims.

Presenter: Cecilia White, Perks & Associates - People & Culture Consulting
Chair: Tassi Georgiadis, Pathways Consulting And Business Services Pty Ltd
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