This interactive workshop we will look at the full spectrum of workplace behaviour, from unlawful and unacceptable behaviours through to behaviour that is aligned with values - and the behaviours that fall in between.  We will consider the different standards, expectations and assumptions about ‘appropriate’ behaviour that we all bring to work and the impact of different behaviours on different people.

The group will explore ways of engaging in constructive conversations about where and how we, as individuals and teams,  ‘draw the line’ between what is acceptable and unacceptable.

This workshop will support teams to reflect more broadly on workplace behaviour – beyond labels around ‘bullying’ and ‘harassment’ and standard complaint procedures and will provide an opportunity for teams to reflect and engage with one another in a positive way around workplace behaviours.

Who should attend

All teams


The workshop will:

  • explain unlawful behaviour, including workplace bullying, discrimination and harassment;
  • identify and discuss workplace behaviours that are aligned with values
  • look at behaviour that falls in the ‘murky middle ground’ and the different standards, perceptions, expectations and assumptions about workplace behaviour that people bring to the workplace
  • discuss where we, as groups and individuals, ‘draw the line’ between what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour and how we can engage in constructive conversations about behaviour; and
  • look at options for raising concerns about behaviour and conduct in the workplace


The facilitator will create opportunities for individual reflection and group discussion to inform constructive conversations about workplace behaviour.


Rachael Brady utilises her broad range of skills in coaching, training, facilitation and general consulting to assist HR professionals, managers and their teams in building positive, respectful and productive workplaces. Her work draws on her experience in senior management roles across diverse industries, her keen insight into the operation of large, complex organisations and a deep knowledge of workplace law, industrial relations and complex people issues.