Research and real-world experience have shown that a dedicated network of Wellness Champions can be the catalyst for meaningful change. These Champions, operating at the grassroots level, offer invaluable peer support, raise awareness about wellness opportunities, and foster engagement within specific sites or teams. This practical webinar reveals the 7 steps for bringing this dream network to life or evolving your current network.
This session looks at changes through the lens of the transitions people experience throughout their life, and the positive role organisations can play in supporting their people. Dr Sarah Cotton shares her insights on what we need to understand about life transitions, such as retiring or becoming a new parent, the impact on the workplace, and what managers and leaders can do to support employees.
Drawing on their wealth of global consultancy and on-the-ground experience, Gary and Wolf share their insights into how workforce wellbeing has transformed the past 3 years, cultural considerations for strategy development, and how the role of wellbeing practitioners has evolved.
Do we need to change the way we approach wellness at work for men? This conversation focuses on creating physically, mentally and emotionally healthy environments in the home, workplace and in social settings for men.
What does the future of flexible work look like in a hybrid era? How do we go about it, and what are the risks and benefits? Libby and Fay explore the cultural, leadership and legal implications for organisations as they determine the best ‘future way of working’ for more meaningful, productive and engaging work.
It’s a conversation we need to have. The growing issue of burnout – for organisations, leaders and employees. Faced with ongoing uncertainty, work-life conflict, and pressures as a result of the ‘COVID hangover’, it’s no wonder many of us are feeling overwhelmed, deflated and exhausted. In this blockbuster we’re joined by Suzi McAlpine, Leadership coach and author of ‘Beyond Burnout’, to discuss how we create a workplace environment and culture that can reduce burnout and interrupt the cycle.
How can we best support the wellbeing of our people in a hybrid working environment and navigate through such uncertain times? The role of dedicated Wellness Champions has certainly never been more important. In this blockbuster Julia Cohen, GM Workplace Safety, The Salvation Army and Tasia Mitsoulas, Wellbeing Specialist, StateCover Mutual share their experience of setting up Wellness Champions networks and practical tips and tricks they’ve learnt along the way.
If you’re a small business owner or support SMEs you don’t want to miss this Q&A blockbuster! With special guests Tim Hoopmann, Speaker, beyondblue and Faculty member Anna Chipperfield, Head of People and Culture, businessDEPOT, we discuss what actions can be taken to support the wellbeing of SBOs and their teams.
What did 2020 teach us as and how will this influence how we approach wellbeing at work in 2021 and beyond? Drawing on the insights from our new guide ‘Wellbeing at Work: Where to from here’, in this blockbuster we reveal the 7 biggest trends from the lens of our expert Faculty. We then discuss how these trends align to our members current priorities within their organisation or in working with clients.
It’s fair to say hybrid working is here to stay. The genie is out of the bottle so to speak. This blockbuster with Dr Sara Pazell, Managing Director, ViVA Health at Work and John Rutherford, General Manager, Ergoworks explores how we can physically set up employees for success from an ergonomics perspective – where mobility and flexibility are now key.