In this live call we answered questions including ‘How do I break into the workplace wellness field? Or further my career in the field?’ We discuss the growth of the global wellness economy, the rise of Wellbeing Economy Governments and how Workplace Wellbeing Managers have been rated as one of the Top 10 best jobs for desirability and growth. We wrap up with 5 tips for forging a rewarding career in the field. And more!
Wanting to break into the workplace wellness industry? Or searching for your dream role or client? In this webinar we discuss why there’s never been a more exciting time to launch into workplace wellness, including global, economic and industry trends, together with our 5 steps for advancing your career in the field.
This webinar discusses how to create a truly compelling profile page and make the most of LinkedIn’s powerful promotional tools. Adam shares the advantages of building a personal brand on Linkedin, rookie mistakes to avoid, the different types of content for publishing, how to find your dream role and some quick tips to leverage your profile, and much, much more…
In this episode our Facilitator Megan Kingham sits down with Katie Johnson, Director NSW/QLD from The Safe Step who shares practical tips for putting yourself in pole position to land your dream wellness role.
Got a long commute ahead of you? Or looking for something to educate and entertain you whilst out exercising? As avid podcast listeners ourselves (some may say we’re addicted!), we’ve rounded up our favourite wellbeing and business-related podcasts to keep you motivated and inspired.
The intermediate-level skills-based Masterclass is led by Dr Angela Martin, a highly experienced Industrial/Organisational Psychology researcher, educator and practitioner specialising in workplace mental health. Dr Martin will show you how to identify and address psychosocial risks, meet legal obligations and build a supportive workplace culture, step by step.
Online and hybrid events form a huge part of what we do as advocates of more 'well' workplaces. So how can we ensure our participants are actually engaged and learning something?