Difficult Conversations: London


We are running a session on Difficult Conversations for the London Metropolitan Branch of IOSH. Non members are welcome to attend.

Overview of Presentation

A brand new drama based H&S workshop, designed for a leading Pharmaceutical company, makes an excellent case study.  The experiential session, focussing on HSE Coordinators, uses actors and active learning techniques to cover the following learning outcomes:

  • Reinforce the importance of the HSE Coordinators role
  • Recognise and encourage team effective working
  • In a safe environment to try out different approaches to achieve effective communication
  • Explore the challenges of managing effective, two-way, communication around HSE

What’s in it for me?

A chance to experience a truly innovative and experiential delivery methodology. The session, in a safe environment, will share best practice and look at the importance of the HSE coordinators role. We promise there is no role play involved!

Who should attend?

People responsible for ensuring their organisations’ Health & Safety representatives share best practice and always recognise the challenges around potentially ‘difficult conversations’.

Overview of Speaker

Enact is a creative company with over 20 years combined experience of delivering behaviour safety, SHE and well-being programmes utilising drama.  Our core team’s expertise coupled with the specialisms of our associates, allow us to deliver consistently high quality training interventions.

As specialists in applying drama and active learning techniques, Enact Solutions training events are always highly experiential, memorable, challenging and fun!  The drama is enacted by professional actors who present scenarios which are relevant and pertinent to the delegates.  We then invite delegates to interact in a safe, supportive and highly engaging environment.

Further Information

For further information on this event contact Sue Manthorpe (Programme Manager) on 077 9934 2644 or Nigel Burgess (Branch Chair) 079 7444 4735.

View the London Metropolitan Branch Programme 2014-15 (PDF)

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