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hop progression from taster to hop courses

July 7, 14, 21, 28
12:00-1:00pm

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HOP Taster Sessions

If you’re keen to learn and discuss the key aspects of Human & Organisational Performance, this free four-part webinar series is for you! Join us in these bite-size, 1-hour sessions each Tuesday lunchtime in July. Sessions will cover what underpins the HOP approach, and showcase real-life scenarios and stories from those who are giving it a go.

Sessions include:

  1. HOP Fundamentals
  2. Learning Teams
  3. The Learning Organisation
  4. HOP in Practice featuring special guest Deirdre Lewis (Head of HSE – Energy Markets at Origin Energy)

There’s plenty of opportunity for interaction and discussion- if you have questions or aspects you would like covered in the sessions please email [email protected]  Mark them in your calendars and see you in there!

Southpac International offers a range Human & Organisational Performance Services including public programs led by world leaders in the field.

HOP & Learning Teams Courses

For more info on these great courses see the HOP Fundamentals or the HOP & Learning Teams pages.

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Human and Organisational Performance (H.O.P.)

Collaboration Sessions

Utilising his operational background, Mark Alston assists clients to develop bespoke programs drivers leadership cultural change.

Jun 11, 2020
12:00pm

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Learning about normal work in investigations

Mark Alston joins us to run a free workshop on Blue Line Investigations.
The session will explore how to include learning about normal work in incident investigations.

Mark will discuss:

– why learning about normal work should be a critical part of incident investigations
– differences between ‘Blue Line’ and ‘Black Line’ work (in practice vs planned)
– suggestions for generative questions.

The workshop will involve:

– reviewing a short video of an incident
– breaking into groups for a facilitated discussion on how we can identify and learn from normal work about the event
– a brief overview of practical approaches you can use to learn about normal work.

This workshop is highly interactive and a great opportunity to connect with the contemporary safety community.
Breakout rooms will be used for group discussion and there will be time for Q&A.
Email questions/discussion points to [email protected]
See you there!

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