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    Forum | NSW - People and Culture

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    Event description

    This leadership event will focus on People and Culture -Β Workplace Responsibilities to Domestic and Family Violence

    Our NSW forum events are great opportunities to come together with others in your field to share and acquire knowledge.Β Β 

    Attendance typically exceeds 40 people so you will depart with increased knowledge and a broader network to call upon in the future.

    This forum will provide an opportunity to dive into the topic of domestic and family violence and how these impact the responsibilities of your organisation.

    Our Presenters: Β  Β 

    Session 1:

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    Β  Β  Β JACQUE LACHMUND
    Β  Β  Β Co-Director; Workplace RespectΒ 
    Β  Β  Β LinkedIn Profile

    Jacque is a survivor of domestic and family violence, a champion for change, and brings a lived workplace experience to the table.Β  Jacque has gained in-depth knowledge and experience in workplace prevention and is passionate about supporting workplaces and communities to be part of the change.

    She has extensive experience developing and delivering workplace DFV programs to both the public sector and private organisations.Β  Jacque is dedicated to educating and supporting businesses to make workplaces safer environments, where conversations about DFV can take place, without creating further stigma, shame, and fear.

    AΒ Co-Director of Workplace Respect, she was appointed to the QLD Government’s Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Council in March of this year and also sits on the Board of the LGBTQ DV Awareness Foundation.

    Workplace Respect

    Jacque will facilitate a 1,5 hour interactive and engaging workshop to increase your awareness of DFV in the workplace and increase your knowledge in recognising, responding, and referring to those seeking support.

    This workshop will include.

    RecogniseΒ domestic and family violence (DFV) in the workplace.

    • What is DFV and why is it a workplace issue?
    • Statistics
    • Legislation
    • Workplace signs

    RespondΒ to domestic and family violence I the workplace in instances where we suspect domestic violence could be occurring or where disclosures are made by a staff member.

    • Responding to signs
    • Responding to disclosure
    • Conversation starters
    • Case study

    ReferΒ a staff member to appropriate pathways and resources using internal policy, tools, and resources.

    • Workplace support
    • Internal and External supports

    Managing your response to DFV in your workplace

    • Tips and Ideas

    Session 3:


    Β  Β  Β GABRIELLE MORRISSEY
    Β  Β  Β CEO; Women and Children First
    Β  Β  Β LinkedIn Profile


    Agenda:
    8:15:
    Β  Β Arrival and registration
    8:30:Β Β Β Introductions and Connection session
    9:00:Β  Β Session 1: Topic Framing and Information Sharing
    10:00:Β  Morning tea
    10:30:Β Β Session 2: Jacque Lachmund Workshop
    12:00:Β  Lunch
    12:45:Β  Session 3:Β A woman survivor’s journey through domestic abuse -Β Gabrielle Morrissey
    14:30:Β  Event ends

    Who should attend?
    This event is ideal forΒ People and Culture professionals, General Managers and Operations Managers.
    As a member of IPA you can register up to 2 people,Β subject to availability, to attend this event.Β 
    This event is for IPA members only, there will be no public access to this event.Β 

    When do I need to register by?
    Registrations close 7 days prior to the event date.Β 
    Registrations are based on a "first-come, first-served" basis.Β 
    There are no allocated seats with membership.

    Who can I contact for further information?Β 

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    Samantha Jeffrey | National Engagement & Events Manager
    Β  Β  Β samantha@industrypartners.com.auΒ 
    Β  Β  Β 0438 058 823Β Β 


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