Addressing Inappropriate Behaviour

Addressing Inappropriate Behaviour



In order to set a standard of workplace behaviour, leaders need to become ‘coaches on behaviour’. This means being a role model, a proactive communicator and being committed to setting standards of behaviour in the workplace. This program emphasises how to prepare and conduct a coaching conversation on inappropriate behaviour in the workplace. Based on iHR Australia’s many years experience in training and coaching leaders on this challenging process.

Designed for: Managers

Program length: 35min (approximately)
Information Library Information Library
Audio Narration Audio Narration
Video Clips Video Clips
Activities Activities
Assessment Assessment
Individual Certificate Individual Certificate
Manager's view on employees' course completion Manager's view on employees' course completion
Responsive Available on desktop and mobile devices
Customer Support Customer Support


  • Module 1 covers the leaders role of being a coach on behaviour
  • Module 2 covers preparation regarding feedback on inappropriate behaviour
  • Module 3 covers conducting a face-to-face conversation on inappropriate behaviour

Learning outcomes:

On completion of the program learners should:
  • Understand how important it is, as a leader, to make high standards of respectful behaviour an ongoing focus in the workplace
  • Understand why it can be hard to have discussions with people in relation to inappropriate behaviour
  • Be able to prepare and conduct a constructive face-to-face discussion about inappropriate workplace behaviour
  • Understand the implications of not dealing with inappropriate behaviour


  • Single license
  • $44.00 AUD per licence (incl GST)
  • 12 months access per licence
  • 2+ licences
  • Your LMS
  • Multiple year access available

Course Snapshots

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Course written by:

Stephen Bell

Stephen Bell, Managing Director

As iHR Australia’s founder and Managing Director, Stephen Bell has led the expansion of the business into Asia, establishing iHR Asia Pacific in 2005. Under Stephen’s leadership, iHR Australia has established a varied client base in regional and metro areas across Australia and South-East Asia.
Stephen is an accomplished speaker, coach and mentor in the areas of leadership and workplace culture with those skills acknowledged across the South-East Asia region. Stephen is regularly engaged as a guest speaker and facilitates leadership programs for iHR’s local and international clients at the executive level.

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