DOES YOUR ORGANISATION HAVE IT'S HOUSE IN ORDER?

 IF NOT, THEN THE ORGANISATION WILL BE AT RISK, ITS PRODUCTION AND PERFORMANCE CAPABILITIES WILL BE COMPROMISED AND EMPLOYEE WELL-BEING, MORALE AND ENGAGEMENT WILL BE AFFECTED


Covid-19 and the Aftermath

This diagram,  its headings and our offerings have been on our website long before the pandemic came along and they are even more relevant now and will continue to be so moving forward.

The OurWorkplace program was created by subject matter expert practitioners who work nationally and internationally with businesses and schools. We specialise in company troubleshooting, crisis management, leadership, staff and organisational matters.

The  program was initially a response to 180 significant employee and work-related situations commonly raised across all industries - including growing concerns about employee stress and burnout. It was designed to strengthen organisations and up-skill people at all levels so that they could not only thrive but be capable of withstanding external events that inevitably come along.

 We know that  organisations that will encounter a crisis every 5-10 years and a global crisis on average once in every 50 years. Fortunately or unfortunately most organisations and their leadership have only had experience in 'peace time' situations and so are often ill-prepared to navigate a crisis event.

This program will not solve all the problems connected with Covid-19 but they will greatly help organisations, their Boards, Leadership and and staff to shore up their organisations and navigate the issues that will present in the months ahead.


THE PROGRAM

The program consists of 4 themed modules and two sets of audio podcasts – one set for general employees and another for supervisors and managers. 

A themed module means that the content not only addresses the subject matter, but also those issues that fall out from, or which cause problems connected to, that theme. 

It begins at foundation level (see diagram) with a module entitled Role Clarification. This module is followed in sequence by Deliberate Leadership, Working with Performance and Behaviour and About Stress, Rewards and Discipline.  

There is one version of the program for Businesses, and customised versions for Schools and for Early Childhood Learning Centres. And because businesses and schools are governed by different Standards and Legislation we currently have versions for Australia, the UK, India, USA, New Zealand and S/E Asia (school version only)  - with more to come.

Unlike other programs, OurWorkplace takes a unique approach and integrates new information with relevant materials from 12 impacting disciplines. This approach not only allows participants to  address the previously commonly reported workplace situations, but to also to think in ways that can help stablise organisations and help employees through these rough times.

We are also on hand to provide individual assistance and support through emails and webinars.


INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS 

While it may not seem as important as it was pre-pandemic, the program seamlessly maps into ISO 9001 (Business version);  ISO 21001:2018 (Schools and Early Childhood Learning versions) and embeds the principles of ISO 31000 (Risk Management) in each.



NOW IS THE TIME TO UPGRADE YOUR THINKING  - DON'T LEAVE IT TOO LATE


It's all about specialist knowledge and know-how

Build greater understanding and effectiveness in your organisation and reduce workplace stress at the same time!

  • Materials developed by highly qualified, subject matter expert - practitioners. Combines 12 disciplines.

  • Four integrated modules and a choice of accompanying audio podcasts for general employees for supervisors and managers.

  • Business, School and Early Childhood Learning versions available for different countries.

  • Maps into ISO 9001: 2015 (business versions); ISO 21001:2018 (Education organisations); ISO 31001 (Risk Management), Various country Teacher and Principal Standards (education versions) and People at Work Project (workplace psychological hazards).

  • Written in conversational English and is crucial to employees at every level up to and including CEO, MD, Principal or Director level.