Te hira tangata ki Waikato, ki Raukawa ki Maniapoto, ki Hauraki


Diverse Teams, Diverse Communities: Making it Work

8 August
9:30am to 4:30pm
Community Waikato, 33 Victoria St, Hamilton
$110 community or $220 non-community
Tea, Coffee and light lunch provided

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Workshop details:
Our relationships with colleagues and clients are shaped by our daily interactions. These relationships determine to a great extent how we feel about our jobs and ourselves. Good relationships are the foundation for happiness and success on a personal and organisational level.

This workshop will provide practical tips for working in diverse teams and communities by helping us to
  • Recognise impact of bias and unconscious bias on our relationships
  • Develop cultural intelligence
  • Resolve or prevent conflict by applying the Resolving Differences Model© Effective communication with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Understand individual work preferences to augment team performance
Key outcomes will be
  • Increased awareness of own work preferences, potential biases and how to mitigate them
  • Enhanced capabilities to connect with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Healthy and productive work relationships to enhance wellbeing and organisation performance
  • Tips and Tricks on how to utilize the full capabilities of a diverse team
Participants will leave with an Action Plan and offer of individual follow up to support learning transfer.

stefan-847 STEFAN DOLL (MBA, CMHRINZ) - Human Resources and Diversity Consultant
Stefan grew up in Germany where he obtained his degree in industrial psychology. He held several positions as Human Resources Manager in Hungary, in the food and maufacturing industry, which included responsibilities for advising the European Headquarters on personal and organisational development. While he was successfully running his own training and human resources consulting business in Europe, he also completed his MBA qualification at the University of Lincoln (UK).

Since 2003, Stefan is enjoying New Zealand’s lifestyle and outdoors. As Human Resources Manager for the Christchurch City Council he continued to gain expertise in change management and project management (accredited PRINCE2 practitioner). During over 20 years of experience as Human Resources Manager, Trainer and business owner Stefan developed a keen interest in the impact of diversity on organisations and is regulary publishing articles on diversity, inclusion and resolving differences. In 2011 he co-founded the Institute for Diversity to help organisations and individuals to uncover the benefits of diversity. He developed the Resolving Diverences @ Work Model (C), a practical tool to resolve differences between people which is now successfully applied by many of his clients. Good things come out of good relationships on a personal and business level.

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