WEDNESDAY 20 october de-escalation training and personal safety
Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm MORNING SESSION FULLY BOOKED. waitlist places available
1.30pm - 4.30pm REPEAT SESSION
Venue: 442 Tuam Street
Presenter: Karl Laaks from Southern Initiative
Staff benefit from learning how to manage themselves, and aggressive or unhappy customers. Topics include active listening, focused breathing, body language and tone of voice. Conflict management is about harm minimisation, which leads to a safer and more pleasant work environment.
Invest in the safety of your staff outside of the workplace, including social safety, after dark and street safety, avoiding danger zones, car park safety and defensive tactics. Confident and security minded staff contribute to a safer workplace!
Karl is a qualified bodyguard with more than 10 years' experience, working in VIP, executive and witness protection, in South Africa.
Karl is also a martial arts, weapons and defensive tactics Instructor, with more than 20 years of training experience. Students of Karl includes members of the South African Police Service, bodyguards, door supervisors and security specialists.
He has trained people internationally including the United Kingdom, where he trained international cabin crew as a certified IATA defensive tactic's instructor.
Karl is a qualified New Zealand accredited conflict management instructor with 8 years of experience, having trained thousands of people entering the security industry in New Zealand. He is also a security consultant and has designed procedures and conflict management workshops for clients including banks and casinos.
Southern initiative's simple and easy to apply foundation helps you apply the principles they teach in a practical way.
WEDNESDAY 17 NOVEMBER STOP WORKPLACE BULLYING TRAINING
Time: 9.30am - 11.30ish
Venue: 442 Tuam Street
Presenter: CultureSafe NZ
Creating a mentally healthy workplace is about fostering a strong safe and supportive workplace culture where bullying cannot survive. A toxic environment is the number one reason people move to a different employer.
Are you doing everything you can to retain your good people?
One in four employees in New Zealand report they have experienced bullying in the workplace. It not only affects individuals but also the productivity of organisations.
To prevent bullying, it is essential that workplaces have a clear understanding of what bullying is and the impact that it can have on individuals and the morale of teams.
CultureSafe Christchurch offers an interactive workshop focusing on what bullying is and how to effectively manage allegations and incidents of bullying at a low level.
First Aid x 2
Wellness for the Fundraiser
Introduction to Social Media x 2 sessions beginner and intermediate
Social Impact At Work
Positive Mindset for Positive Impact
Better Board Meetings
Sales Mindset for Scaling Impact
Using Digital Media Effectively to Spread Your Message and Grow Your Organisation's Reach
Overseeing the Finances for Board Members
Results Based Accountability
Leadership Change and Future Trends
StoryTelling for NGO's and their Community
Finding the Right People