Zandy Fell
  • Melbourne, Vic
  • Australia
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Sep 12
A blog post by Zandy Fell was featured

Understanding Donald Duck...

This is about Donald…. but not “that Donald”!My conflict resolution career started when watching cartoons as a child. Donald Duck taught me to try to understand by searching to see what is driving behaviour. If you miss those drivers you miss the opportunity to resolve issues.I loved Donald Duck growing up. Everyone else was…See More
Jul 20
Zandy Fell posted a blog post

Understanding Donald Duck...

This is about Donald…. but not “that Donald”!My conflict resolution career started when watching cartoons as a child. Donald Duck taught me to try to understand by searching to see what is driving behaviour. If you miss those drivers you miss the opportunity to resolve issues.I loved Donald Duck growing up. Everyone else was…See More
Jul 19
A blog post by Zandy Fell was featured

An Investigation In The Balance

An investigation in the balance… It’s the case that all HR managers dread… You investigate, but it is all he said / she said... If the allegations are substantiated termination is likely! But if they cannot be substantiated then what happens??? How do you weigh the evidence? What if you believe one person more than the other…See More
Jun 15
Zandy Fell posted a blog post

An Investigation In The Balance

An investigation in the balance… It’s the case that all HR managers dread… You investigate, but it is all he said / she said... If the allegations are substantiated termination is likely! But if they cannot be substantiated then what happens??? How do you weigh the evidence? What if you believe one person more than the other…See More
Jun 14
Zandy Fell liked Zandy Fell's blog post Misguided Neutrality - You can't just sit on the fence!
Jun 7
A blog post by Zandy Fell was featured

Misguided Neutrality - You can't just sit on the fence!

Here’s why neutrality is a problem  For anyone involved in workplace tension trying to remain neutral is a problematic ideal. It’s like trying to balance on that proverbial fence – eventually you fall off or you get splinters. One particular dynamic stands out in my mind where an employee, with tears rolling down her face…See More
Jun 2
Zandy Fell posted a blog post

Misguided Neutrality - You can't just sit on the fence!

Here’s why neutrality is a problem  For anyone involved in workplace tension trying to remain neutral is a problematic ideal. It’s like trying to balance on that proverbial fence – eventually you fall off or you get splinters. One particular dynamic stands out in my mind where an employee, with tears rolling down her face…See More
Jun 1
Zandy Fell is now a member of HR Daily Community
Jun 1

Profile Information

What would you like to share about yourself?
My personal quote:
“There is nothing soft and fluffy about workplace relationships – there is a strategic advantage”.
Company website/blog
http://www.thezaltgroup.com.au
Personal blog
http://thezaltgroup.com.au/blog/
How many employees in your company?
1-49
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
I am a qualified conflict coach, passionate in supporting others to restore and strengthen their workplace relationships. I am legally trained with an extensive HR & Industrial Relations background. My role sees me being the proactive 3rd party in supporting others to manage their work relationships for strategic advantage.
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking

Zandy Fell's Blog

Being Cluedo'd into the allegations

Posted on September 12, 2017 at 6:00 0 Comments

  Why the allegations matter.

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Understanding Donald Duck...

Posted on July 19, 2017 at 14:30 0 Comments

This is about Donald…. but not “that Donald”!…

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An Investigation In The Balance

Posted on June 14, 2017 at 14:55 0 Comments

An investigation in the balance… It’s the case that all HR managers dread… You investigate, but it is all he said / she said... If the allegations are…

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Misguided Neutrality - You can't just sit on the fence!

Posted on June 1, 2017 at 14:35 0 Comments

Here’s why neutrality is a problem  

For anyone involved in workplace tension trying to remain neutral is a problematic ideal. It’s like trying to balance on that proverbial fence – eventually you fall off or you get splinters. One particular dynamic stands out in my mind where an…

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