(HR) Much Ado About Hector

The play is a unique, fun, interactive approach that has even the toughest audience engaged while learning about the complexities of workplace bullying. The result is that they leave better informed of what bullying is and is not, what to do about it and what the consequences are if a person crosses the line.
This course provides employees with an easy to understand, common sense approach to assessing their own behaviours and those of their colleagues.

Much Ado About Hector is a play that comprises multiple acts, each designed to highlight a different aspect of a bullying situation. Organisations choose which acts they want performed live, to suit the needs of their workplace and the messages they want to convey to their staff.

The play was created to provide a safe and powerful environment where participants choose to engage in the content by talking with each other, debate the behaviours observed and understand when they cross the line, talk with the characters as a way of creating greater understanding and shape the content live as they help the characters become a better version of themselves. One of the best things about it is that no participant has to get on stage and act – they stay in the safety of their seat but still get emotionally drawn into the story.
It has been particularly successful for those groups of people who do not want to attend ‘mandatory’ training and do not normally engage with the content.

Course duration

3.5 hours

Suitable for

All Western Power employees

Learning outcomes

• Not just the legal definition of bullying but the complexities of why it exists and what can be done about it.
• The distinction between bullying and reasonable performance management
• When a ‘personality clash’ crosses the line and becomes bullying
• What gossip is: how to detect it and politely not engage in it
• Everyone’s responsibilities in relation to workplace behaviours and what a ‘good bystander’ looks like
• What to do if someone is experiencing inappropriate behaviours
• What support services are in place in managing a workplace issue

Prerequisites

No bookings will be confirmed until you forward your Approval To Attend Training email from your Formal Leader to Approval Evidence

Please note:

Tip - if you are unable to enrol this may be because you do not have a PTS student profile. To request a PTS student profile, complete this online form or contact PTS on 9411 7888 for assistance.

REGIONAL DEPOT SESSIONS We are in the process of scheduling and finalising dates – in the interim if your depot is not listed please add your name to the waitlist for this course and we will contact you once dates and locations have been confirmed.

Please note There will be no catering provided for any of these sessions. You can bring your own food and refreshments to any session, there are kitchen facilities at all sites.

For those attending sessions at Perth office food and refreshments can be purchased from the Mercato Cafe.

For those attending a session at Prinsep Road, Jandakot depot you will be able to purchase food and coffee from vans that attend the site.

Cancellation Policy

The cost of this course is met through your Function’s D+I training budget.
• If you are unable to attend, please cancel your booking through OnCourse within 7 working days to avoid your HoF receiving notification of the course cost.
• Approval from your formal leader is required before your booking can be confirmed. Please send the approval email to inclusion@westernpower.com.au
• If the minimum class number is not reached, the workshop will be cancelled.
• Participants will be notified asap and offered an alternative date.

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.