The Unconscious in the Workplace – How does it show up, and what to do about it!
18th April in Traralgon and 24th April at Graduate House
Presented by: Stephanie Reynolds, Kishin Consulting
We’d love to have you with us as we launch our first regional event in Traralgon at 8 Seymour Street on 18th April 2018. And if you can’t make this, don’t worry; we’ll be back at the Graduate House the following week, on 24th April. In both locations it will be 6.00pm for a 6.30pm start until 8.30pm
A natural aspect of being human is the unconscious, and when humans get together to do work lots of stuff happens out of conscious awareness. One common way it shows up is through the unconscious bias we bring with us. Come along for an evening of bringing the unconscious into the room! Explore helpful ways of making sense of these experiences and try on useful strategies as you connect, share and grow!
Stephanie is a skilled leader and learning and organisation development professional with a proven track record gained in over 25 years, designing, leading and implementing large scale and complex change and business improvement programs in Australia and New Zealand and in both the public and private sectors.
Her experience includes start-ups, merger/acquisitions, rapid growth and business and process reengineering, backed by roles as a senior industrial relations and human resources executive
Whilst Stephanie has led much change-oriented work her career has included projects across the fields of strategy development, process and systems redesign and organisational restructuring as well as supply chain management, CRM and start up environments, giving her a solid and pragmatic business grounding.
Stephanie’s deep technical knowledge in Human Resources, organisational development, leadership, learning and assessment practices allows her to facilitate alignment between strategy, external brand, internal processes, employee and customer experiences. Her approach to learning and development practices is grounded in an understanding of how underlying beliefs and values shape individual learning but also the approach of those who are developing the learning. She brings great insight and ways of working with mental models, shaping her learning practices to drive competence and growth.