Catherine Gillespie
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  • Geelong, Victoria
  • Australia
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A blog post by Catherine Gillespie was featured

The Essential Traits of Intelligent Leaders

Intelligent leaders have confronted and analysed their fears and concerns. They no longer let such things unconsciously trigger emotional and reactionary decision-making behaviours from within them. They use mindfulness to be aware of every moment and every minute decision that flows from being alert to capture every thought they have and then constructively craft every comment and action they take.Intelligent leaders support and inspire their teams as a collective and as individuals, to…See More
Nov 29
Catherine Gillespie posted a blog post

The Essential Traits of Intelligent Leaders

Intelligent leaders have confronted and analysed their fears and concerns. They no longer let such things unconsciously trigger emotional and reactionary decision-making behaviours from within them. They use mindfulness to be aware of every moment and every minute decision that flows from being alert to capture every thought they have and then constructively craft every comment and action they take.Intelligent leaders support and inspire their teams as a collective and as individuals, to…See More
Nov 28
A blog post by Catherine Gillespie was featured

What Sort of Workplace Incidents Do Not Warrant a Formal Investigation?

Continuing our series of short videos on the subject of workplace investigations. It’s a subject that’s often misunderstood and even mishandled by leaders, managers and HR personnel. Today’s question...What is an example of an incident that doesn't warrant a formal investigation?An example of an incident that doesn't warrant a formal investigation would be something like a once-off remark or comment that could…See More
Nov 22
Catherine Gillespie posted a blog post

What Sort of Workplace Incidents Do Not Warrant a Formal Investigation?

Continuing our series of short videos on the subject of workplace investigations. It’s a subject that’s often misunderstood and even mishandled by leaders, managers and HR personnel. Today’s question...What is an example of an incident that doesn't warrant a formal investigation?An example of an incident that doesn't warrant a formal investigation would be something like a once-off remark or comment that could…See More
Nov 21
A blog post by Catherine Gillespie was featured

What is a Workplace Investigation and When Should You Initiate One?

What is a Workplace Investigation?A workplace investigation is supposed to be procedurally fair process to try to determine whether allegations that have been raised against another person in the workplace are substantiated or not substantiated. So it's a process of collecting facts and evidence to be able to make a determination on a balance of probabilities as to whether the alleged incidents did happen or not.At what point does a complaint warrant an investigation?So when we talk about…See More
Nov 8
Catherine Gillespie posted a blog post

What is a Workplace Investigation and When Should You Initiate One?

What is a Workplace Investigation?A workplace investigation is supposed to be procedurally fair process to try to determine whether allegations that have been raised against another person in the workplace are substantiated or not substantiated. So it's a process of collecting facts and evidence to be able to make a determination on a balance of probabilities as to whether the alleged incidents did happen or not.At what point does a complaint warrant an investigation?So when we talk about…See More
Nov 7
A blog post by Catherine Gillespie was featured

A Reflection on an Employee’s Experience of Conflict

Why I am in conflict with you…I am in conflict with you because I don’t trust you.I don’t trust you because you have done and said things that contradict what I think is acceptable.Behaviours (actions and comments) that I find acceptable are ones which:Show me respectSupport my effortsAlign with my valuesDo not make me feel uncomfortable or confrontedAre displayed consistently and in a transparent mannerLeave no room for me to second guess your intentionsI am less likely to be in conflict with…See More
Oct 24
Catherine Gillespie posted a blog post

A Reflection on an Employee’s Experience of Conflict

Why I am in conflict with you…I am in conflict with you because I don’t trust you.I don’t trust you because you have done and said things that contradict what I think is acceptable.Behaviours (actions and comments) that I find acceptable are ones which:Show me respectSupport my effortsAlign with my valuesDo not make me feel uncomfortable or confrontedAre displayed consistently and in a transparent mannerLeave no room for me to second guess your intentionsI am less likely to be in conflict with…See More
Oct 23

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Company website/blog
http://www.WorkplaceConflictResolution.com.au
Personal blog
http://www.workplaceconflictresolution.com.au/blog/
How many employees in your company?
1-49
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
conflict resolution
mediation
grievance investigation
communication
leadership
bullying
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking

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The Essential Traits of Intelligent Leaders

Posted on November 28, 2017 at 11:33 0 Comments

Intelligent leaders have confronted and analysed their fears and concerns. They no longer let such things unconsciously trigger emotional and reactionary decision-making behaviours from within them. They use mindfulness to be aware of every moment and every minute decision that flows from being alert to capture every thought they have and then constructively craft every comment and action they take.

Intelligent leaders support…

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What Sort of Workplace Incidents Do Not Warrant a Formal Investigation?

Posted on November 21, 2017 at 9:40 0 Comments

Continuing our series of short videos on the subject of workplace investigations. It’s a subject that’s often misunderstood and even mishandled by leaders, managers and HR personnel. Today’s question...

What is an example of an incident that doesn't warrant a formal investigation?…

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What is a Workplace Investigation and When Should You Initiate One?

Posted on November 7, 2017 at 11:34 0 Comments

What is a Workplace Investigation?

A workplace investigation is supposed to be procedurally fair process to try to determine whether allegations that have been raised against another person in the workplace are substantiated or not substantiated. So it's a process of collecting facts and evidence to be able to make a determination on a…

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A Reflection on an Employee’s Experience of Conflict

Posted on October 23, 2017 at 12:01 0 Comments

Why I am in conflict with you…

I am in conflict with you because I don’t trust you.

I don’t trust you because you have done and said things that contradict what I think is acceptable.

Behaviours (actions and comments) that I find acceptable are ones which:

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