Diversity and Inclusion workshops
AusIMM is offering a new immersive ‘Diversity and Inclusion’ workshop focusing on psychological safety prior to select luncheons during our International Womens Day Series
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
Brisbane Sofitel Brisbane
Diversity and Inclusion workshop
Interactive and empowering workshops
AusIMM recognises the ongoing challenges the industry faces in terms of harassment, bullying and negatively impacting workplace behaviors . As an industry we are at a pivotal moment to drive meaningful change and build a culture of safety and respect.
Taking action this International Womens Day, our new Diversity and Inclusion workshop will offer attendees:
Perspectives on psychological safety, and what best practice looks like
Immersive bystander training with tools for action
Outstanding professional development for people working in any role
The workshop's learning outcomes will cover:
Fostering a culture of psychological safety
The first hour of the workshop will feature carefully selected experts to discuss the theme of psychological safety and how it can be implemented in the resources sector. Our panelists will cover a range of important discussion topics, including:
- What does good practice look like?
- Is psychological safety a Safety (HSE) responsibility or HR (People) responsibility?
- The need to challenge the industry around this type of safety and where responsibility lies?
An in-depth panel discussion will provide attendees the insights into where the industry is currently at in terms of psychological safety, and what more needs to be done.
Immersive bystander training
The second hour of the workshop is a more personal experience for attendees, where they learn and understand the important role they can play as bystanders.
This will be an immersive learning experience facilitatd by both Curtain and Griffith Universities, delivering their MATE Bystander program that has been co-curated with AusIMM for our International Women's Day Event Series. Some topics that will be covered include:
- Why do we feel comfortable to call out physical safety but find psychological safety more difficult? What are the barriers?
- What role can you as individual play as a bystander and examples of scenarios to apply different approaches / techniques
Find more about Girffith Universities MATE program here.