POSITIVE LEADERSHIP: CREATING A POSITIVELY DEVIANT WORKPLACE
Leaders tend to rely heavily on reasoning, logic, telling, selling, persuasion, cajoling and veiled threats to enlist the effort and support of their direct reports.
But why when we know …
“Reason leads to conclusions and emotions lead to action” (D. Calne, Neurologist)
If Leaders want more or different types of action from their workers, they need to know how to induce and develop emotions in their direct reports. Positive emotions in particular, have been shown to make us more:-
- Intellectually capable and flexible
- Effective at building coalitions
- Sociable and
- Resilient (Fredrickson, 2009)
Research has also shown that when positive emotions predominate over negative in the workplace, positive deviance occurs. This is when organisational and individual performance dramatically exceeds the norm in a positive direction (Cameron, 2003).
Positive Leadership: Creating a Positively Deviant Workplace is a two-day workshop delivered by an Organisational Psychologist with over 20 years of experience and is designed to give leaders the tools to induce and develop positive emotions in their direct reports so that they can engage, energise and inspire them to be and do their best. Individual coaching post-workshop to strengthen Positive Leadership is also available.
2 Days – 9:30am to 1:00pm
$790.00 per person (GST free)
Positive Leadership: Creating a Positively Deviant Workplace Course Details
Day 1: Leveraging Emotions at Work
- Emotions ‘101’ and their impact at work
- Positive Leadership: An overview
- Positive Communication
- Being a Meaning Maker
- Creating a Positive Climate
- Fostering Positive Relationships
- Toolkit for Leading Positively
- Solution-focused approach: A key enabler to Positive Leadership
Day 2: Implementing Positive Leadership in your workplace
- Personal Monthly Meeting program:- What is this? What is the evidence?
- Role Negotiation meetings
- Monthly coaching sessions that strengthen performance and positivity
- Personal Habits to Cultivate Heartfelt Positivity
- Personal Goal and Action planning
Training is delivered face to face.
This course can be customised to meet your specific workplace needs and is able to be delivered at IOH or on-site at your workplace. Please call to arrange a suitable training time.
Award and Recognition
Successful participants will be awarded with a Statement of Attendance.
Participants will be required to undertake some reading and an on-line survey prior to attending the workshop.
UETTDRRF06 Perform resuce from a live LV panel and HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Low voltage rescue Training
- What is Low Voltage Rescue
- Obligation and Legislative requirements (WHS Act, Regulations, C.O.P.)
- Risk Management
- Risk Assessment
- Safety Measures – Planning and Organising
- Rescue (rescue kit, LVR kit, safety gloves and crook,1 man drag method)
- Emergency Response
- First Aid including treatment administered to victims of LV shock
- Methods for determining the need for Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Technique for applying CPR
- Defibrillation Demonstration
- Practical Assessment
Assessment consists of both theory and practical assessments including:
- Scenario 1 – Inspection and placement of rescue equipment activity
- Scenario 2 – LV Panel Rescue activity
- Scenario 3 – Call Ambulance, Adult CPR, AED and Verbal Handover activity
- Scenario 4 – Provide CPR on an child and infant activity
- Written Exam – Short answer questions
5 hours includes 30 minute lunch break. Bookings of large numbers of participants will extend course duration.
$150.00 per person (GST free) includes a light lunch.
Course fee includes course materials and refreshments. Free off street parking is available.
Training is delivered face to face including both theory and practical components. Practical application of skills is strongly emphasised and assessed.
- Participants MUST provide a USI number to the trainer on the day of training. Failure to provide this will mean that certification on completion of the course cannot be issued
- Current Driver’s Licence or Photo ID required for all participants as Evidence of Identity
- If you are re-certifying, you must bring evidence of your previous Certification such as your wallet size card or original certificate. This must be presented to your trainer on the day. For re-certification, your qualification cannot be expired. Proof of currency is always required to be submitted (allowance for ‘just expired’ may be made depending on the trainer).
Award and Recognition
Successful participants will be awarded the following National Units of Competency:
- UETTDRRF06B Perform rescue from a live LV panel
- HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Participants will be issued with a certificate and wallet card.
(UETTDRRF06) Perform rescue from a live LV panel and (HLTAID001) Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation training in NSW is re-certified every 12 months.
This accredited course is delivered and qualification issued by HealthCorp (RTO 91222).
From 1st January 2015, when enrolling in a Nationally Recognised training course you will need to obtain and provide your Unique Student Identifier (USI) Number. Certificates cannot be issued until the USI number has been provided.
- Managing Electrical Risks Code of Practice
- Electrical Practices Construction and Demolition Sites Fact Sheet
- Electrical Safety – Energised Electrical Equipment
- Be Careful Working Around Electricity and Power Lines
Visit the SafeWork NSW website for further information.