In-person Event |
Unit 4, 57 Magill Road,
Stepney 5069 SA
Overview (Program Summary)
This roundtable session will be led by LK’s Madeleine Harland and Claire Clutterham (a former GC) and Fiana Wei (Founder and Director Adaptive Psychology).
Our presenters will explore how in-house legal counsel can identify psychosocial risks and develop practical and measurable controls that are easily understood and applied by their organisation. It will cover issues that can harm workers’ mental health, including bullying and harassment, sexual harassment, combative workplace interaction and conduct.
This interactive session will offer attendees the opportunity to ask complex and sensitive questions both in advance and during the session. We will explore an organisation’s legislative duties, together with practical methods to respond to and prevent harm and facilitate and measure compliance, so that the organisation is protected, and the benefits of employee wellbeing are promoted.
Madeleine is an experienced practitioner with significant Australian and international experience in commercial litigation, arbitration, and corporate and regulatory investigations. She specialises in professional negligence claims, directory and shareholder disputes, trustee and beneficiary claims and other disputes arising from corporate collapses, contentious deceased estates, insolvency and commercial fraud.
Claire Clutterham is experienced in providing legal, commercial and contracting advice in the construction, defence and mining industries. Claire has almost 20 years of Australian and international experience, having spent close to a decade acting for government and private enterprises in international arbitration proceedings in the Middle East and Asia.
Claire’s in-house legal experience means she is not only able to advise clients on their legal position but, based on first-hand experience of priorities for Boards and executive lead teams, she is able to develop solutions that are commercially sustainable, pragmatic and easily executed and measured by complex businesses. Claire has particular in-house expertise in the defence industry and has a deep understanding of the complex regulatory regimes governing that industry, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act (as applicable to Government Business Enterprises), in addition to privacy, freedom of information, WHS and whistleblowing legislation.
With a strong understanding of corporate governance issues, Claire holds a number of Board positions and is an elected councilor for the Norwood, Payneham & St Peters Council. Claire also teaches in the Practical Legal Training course at the Leo Cussen Centre for Law.
Fiana is the Founder and Managing Director of Adaptive Psychology and is an experienced Organisational Psychologist, Trained Coach, Facilitator and Human Resources practitioner with 15 years of expertise working in the private and public sector.
She has worked with various organisations and industries such as mining, education, legal, customer service, health, law enforcement, residential care and others. Fiana adopts an evidence based and people centered approach when co-designing and delivering customised solutions.
Fiana’s passion and strength is in developing and implementing holistic and integrated systems to improving organisational capability and mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. She is motivated by helping people become a happy and productive worker as well as a positive contributor to the community.
Fiana's work has won the national APS Workplace Excellence Award for Organisational Design (2015), Work and Health Safety and Wellbeing (2018) and Leadership and Coaching (2019).
*Competitor Exclusion – ACC Australia Partner’s may request that representative/s of a competitor organisation/s registered for the event be excluded, and ACC Australia reserves the right to make the final decision as to whether a registration is rejected. As a guide, a competitor organisation could be defined as a rival organisation of similar size to the host Corporate Partner, with an established practice, product or service in the area being showcased by the Corporate Partner’s at the event. Please provide a brief statement as to why you have deemed an organisation to be a competitor, in support of any request to ACC Australia to reject a registration.