The Accidental Counsellor & Domestic Violence Awareness workshop is focussed on equipping staff who are not trained counsellors but who may find themselves in a “counselling role by accident”. The workshop provides basic counselling skills and principles to participants.
Domestic & Family Violence Awareness helps us to identify where a colleague may be impacted by domestic and family violence and know how to respond appropriately.
Compliance Awareness underpins ACU’s Mission and Values and is essential to building an ethical culture, establishing acceptable standards of behaviour and mitigating risk. The modules will ensure ACU staff are aware of and follow appropriate processes and apply the necessary judgement in their day-to-day activities.
Negotiate with confidence and influence others to achieve excellence!
Negotiation and influencing are key techniques which can be overlooked by staff. This program offers participants tools and guidance to master these two skills and put them into practice.
Why do we fear and resist change?
Change in any form and shape is not easy. We fear change for a variety of reasons. These fears are often associated with fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of criticism and fear of the unknown. Growing research in neuroscience is proving the belief that “we are creatures of habit” to be very true.
Change is an inevitable part of our professional life. Being able to adapt and thrive during change is a critical skill in today’s ever-changing environment.