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Do you follow the rules?

WORK WITH PROACTIVE

Violence Risk/Threat Assessment and Respectful Workplace Specialist

Respectful Workplace Specialist

IN THE MEDIA

Going inside the minds of two teen killers

EVENTS

Two-day Violence Risk Assessment and Management Workshop

Four-day Violence Risk Assessment and Management Workshop

Violence Risk Assessment and Management Workshop for Post-Secondary Institutions

Domestic Violence Risk Assessment and Management in the Workplace: Addressing New Requirements of Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act (Bill 168)

PUBLICATIONS

Respectful workplace - challenging the status quo

Recognize respect - vital signs

 

 
 
 
 

WELCOME

Welcome to our regular and new subscribers.

Our latest news story Do you follow the rules? highlights how following the rules can prevent us from slipping into mediocrity.

Our world renowned threat assessment specialists will be in Australia in May and Canada in June, delivering the latest in violence and risk management threat assessment training.

Your feedback on the latest edition of ProActive Voice and what you would like to see in future editions is welcome.

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Kind Regards,

Joe Moore
Managing Director
ProActive ReSolutions

LATEST NEWS

Do you follow the rules?


Rule number one is to follow the rules. Rule number two is to see rule one.

We sometimes baulk at the clarity of the rules.

We would rather follow the rules when it suits us and we quickly settle for mediocrity.

We 'kind of' follow the rules or we say to each other "Well – technically – this is breaking the rule".

But because it is just a 'technical' breach, it's deemed acceptable to break the rule.

But breaking the rules when it suits us, and treating rules as suggestions or options, is a race towards mediocre performance.

For the full story, visit ProActive ReSolutions

WORK WITH PROACTIVE

We are currently recruiting for two full-time positions


Violence Risk/Threat Assessment and Respectful Workplace Specialist, Sydney, Australia

The job description and application details are now available on the ProActive ReSolutions website.


Respectful Workplace Specialist, Sydney, Australia

The job description and application details are now available on the ProActive ReSolutions website.

PROACTIVE IN THE MEDIA

Going inside the minds of two teen killers


Stephen Hart, ProActive ReSolutions expert threat assessment specialist, is interviewed by CTV News, British Columbia.

For the full story, visit Going inside the minds of two teen killers

EVENTS

Two-day Violence Risk Assessment and Management Workshop


Date:
May 11 - 12, 2011

Location: Canberra

Presenters: Dr Kelly Watt and Dr Stephen Hart of ProActive ReSolutions

Day 1: General Principles of Violence Risk Assessment and Management

Day 2: Assessing and Managing the General Risk of Violence

Learn more about this event


Four-day Violence Risk Assessment and Management Workshop


Date:
May 16 - 19, 2011

Location: Sydney

Presenters: Dr Kelly Watt and Dr Stephen Hart of ProActive ReSolutions

Day 1: General Principles of Violence Risk Assessment and Management

Day 2: Assessing and Managing the General Risk of Violence

Day 3: Assessing and Managing Risk for Sexual Violence

Day 4: Assessing and Managing Risk for Intimate Partner Violence and Stalking

Learn more about this event


Violence Risk Assessment and Management Workshop for Post-Secondary Institutions


Date:
May 30 to June 3

Venue: SW1 Room 1021, Building South West 1, British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), 3700 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5G 3H2

Presenters: Dr. Stephen Hart and Dr. Kelly Watt

Learn more about this event


Domestic Violence Risk Assessment and Management in the Workplace: Addressing New Requirements of Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act (Bill 168)


Date:
June 13 –14, 2011

Venue: Room 406, George Brown College, St. James Campus, 290 Adelaide Street, Toronto, Ontario

Presenters: Peter Jaffe and Barb MacQuarrie from the Centre for Research on Violence against Women & Children, and Kelly Watt and Stephen Hart from ProActive ReSolutions

Learn more about this event

PUBLICATIONS

Respectful workplace - challenging the status quo


A plain-English fact sheet to help you and your colleagues reap the benefits of direct conversations about difficult behaviours in the workplace.

View the fact sheet


Recognize respect - vital signs


A plain-English fact sheet that lists and explains the 12 vital signs of workplace respect, and explains how to praise respectful behaviour.

View the fact sheet

 
   
 

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