Build Workplace Relationships through Restorative Practices

Course Length: 3 FULL DAYS


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Workplaces are complex and dynamic communities where people will experience all the highs and lows of any system of relationships. When employees are disengaged, it results in a downward spiral for both the employees and the organisation. Team members are affected and the organisation will be impacted financially and psychologically due to employees’ low morale. At LCCS we advocate for building effective relationships and positive culture at the workplace. It is important to consistently build and maintain quality working relationships and at the same time, create a safe space for effective engagement when things go wrong.

Learning Outcomes

Topics & Content

Analyse the causes of conflicts, grievances and disputes in workplace relationships

  • Discuss the importance of why effective relationships matter in an organisation
  • Identify how conflicts and grievances result in creating a negative work culture
  • Identify the 3 domains of engagement which affects the experiences of colleagues
  • Analyse one’s practice at the workplace

  • Adopt the working model of fair process in employee engagement
  • Practice the intentional concept of fair process in employee engagement
  • Discuss how one’s relational capacity affects others at the workplace
  • Build positive workplace culture and resolve workplace conflicts, grievances and disputes using effective engagement methods

  • Identify the 4 outputs of shame
  • Conceptualise effective questions to elicit meaningful conversations
  • Apply the concepts of restorative practices to various scenarios at the workplace
  • Discuss forward looking plans in positive culture building
  • Restorative Leadership – Leadership To Inspire

    Course Length: 1 FULL DAY

    Funding: None at the moment

    Leaders are essential to an organisation as they play an important role to inspire people towards the organisation goals. It is important to note that leadership and management are different roles however they often coexist. Therefore managers with leadership qualities would result in having cohesive teams with stronger identity to the team and the organisation.

    Learning Objectives

    Topics & Content

    Identify and discuss the different styles of leadership

  • Recognise what drives you as a leader
  • Identify the challenges you face as a leader
  • Examine if your leadership style provides a relational and restorative experience

  • Identify the outputs of shame
  • Recognise how you are managing a staff experiencing shame
  • Discuss the 7 constructs of relational capacity

  • Explore and discuss the 7 constructs of relational capacity
  • Identify which construct guides your leadership practice
  • Discuss ways to becoming more relational as a leader
  • Customised Organisational Restorative Workshops

    Looking for something specific for your organisation? Contact us to discuss how we can tailor the workshop experience to suit your organisation’s needs.

    Build Workplace Relationships through Restorative Practices

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    Funding Availability:

    The following are the funding available for the course:

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