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Can trust be regrown or is broken trust a barren landscape?

Can trust be regrown or is broken trust a barren landscape?Recently I have had a number of Facilitated Discussions where I heard the phrase “They’ve broken my trust. I won't trust them again, once trust is broken it’s gone!!!”. In one case it was said with anger, another sounded broken and drained and a third said it with the shake of the head and an expression of grave…See More
Nov 28
Tony Fell posted a blog post

Can trust be regrown or is broken trust a barren landscape?

Can trust be regrown or is broken trust a barren landscape?Recently I have had a number of Facilitated Discussions where I heard the phrase “They’ve broken my trust. I won't trust them again, once trust is broken it’s gone!!!”. In one case it was said with anger, another sounded broken and drained and a third said it with the shake of the head and an expression of grave…See More
Nov 28
A blog post by Tony Fell was featured

Perceptions of truth in workplace investigations

When conducting a workplace investigation one of the most interesting phenomena is how multiple people can view an incident and how they can all give different accounts… sometimes wildly!  Of course, there is the ‘he said - she said’ cases. However just as challenging is when you have non-invested witnesses who all see something different. You may ask, can this really be true? Well, I challenge you to look at this photo that has been doing the rounds……See More
Jun 7
Tony Fell posted a blog post

Perceptions of truth in workplace investigations

When conducting a workplace investigation one of the most interesting phenomena is how multiple people can view an incident and how they can all give different accounts… sometimes wildly!  Of course, there is the ‘he said - she said’ cases. However just as challenging is when you have non-invested witnesses who all see something different. You may ask, can this really be true? Well, I challenge you to look at this photo that has been doing the rounds……See More
Jun 6

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What would you like to share about yourself?
My skills incorporate employment law, employee relations and operations management across a diverse range of public and
private sector organisations.
I am a nationally accredited mediator and conferencing facilitator,passionate about being able to quickly gain a keen understanding of an
organisation, its drivers and the effects of conflict. I am also a very proud Restorative Justice Facilitator for the Defence Restorative Engagement,
Commonwealth Ombudsman.
Company website/blog
http://www.thezaltgroup.com.au
Personal blog
http://www.thezaltgroup.com.au/knowledge-centre/
How many employees in your company?
1-49
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
Conflict Resolution & Coaching
Facilitation & Mediations
Investigations
Restorative Justice
HR & ER Advice
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking

Tony Fell's Blog

Can trust be regrown or is broken trust a barren landscape?

Posted on November 28, 2019 at 6:00 0 Comments

Can trust be regrown or is broken trust a barren landscape?

Recently I have had a number of Facilitated Discussions where I heard the phrase They’ve broken my trust. I won't trust them again, once trust is broken it’s gone!!!”. In…

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Perceptions of truth in workplace investigations

Posted on June 6, 2019 at 14:30 0 Comments

When conducting a workplace investigation one of the most interesting phenomena is how multiple people can view an incident and how they can all give different accounts… sometimes wildly!  Of course, there is the ‘he said - she said’ cases. However just as challenging is when you have non-invested witnesses who all see something different. You may ask, can this really be true? Well, I challenge you to look at this photo that has been doing the…

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Increasing our workplace resolution wisdom

Posted on March 6, 2019 at 6:00 0 Comments

I feel like the temperature in our workplaces is continually heating up. Maybe it's just a reflection of our current fiery western culture where we appear to be less tolerant of disagreement and less open to alternatives to working through that agreement. So, I’ve been doing some…

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The path to a successful Workplace Investigation

Posted on February 5, 2019 at 6:00 0 Comments

Over the holidays I received a fevered call from a good client, “Dave”. He is an HR Officer at a smallish regional hospital. It was a bit of tricky and sensitive matter. It was an allegation of sexual harassment by a woman against another woman and he knew it was based on unwitnessed behaviours in the changerooms at the hospital. Dave also knew there…

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