The Wellbeing SA Healthy Workplace Toolkit is a practical guide for employers, managers and leaders to help create and maintain healthy workplaces and provides a step-by-step process and supporting tools to help you plan, action and evaluate a workplace health and wellbeing strategy.
A recent report by Beaumont People investigates the four aspects influencing meaningful work; the individual’s perspective, job being undertaken, organisation that the role is with, and the society and culture.
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.
In this webinar Katrina explores how leaders can serve as change agents in cultivating a wellbeing focused culture, including why leaders need to ‘be well to lead well’ for effective and sustainable leadership.
You have ideas. You have wellness projects and initiatives that you need to get off the ground. But here’s the rub — unless you can get others on board, those ideas aren’t going anywhere. So how do you build willing and enthusiastic support for your ideas — where people work with you, not because they have to, but because they want to?
In this webinar, we are joined by special guests Diana Black from Bupa and Julia Cohen from University of Sydney, showcasing how their organisations have built their internal capability through leveraging their leaders, dedicated wellness personnel and site-based champions as change agents within the business.
In this webinar we explore the question – is your workplace culture supporting or undermining your workplace wellness efforts? We’re joined by globally renowned wellness culture expert and Faculty member Dr Judd Allen, who shares his insights regarding how unsupportive cultures frequently undermine positive practices and our efforts to adopt healthier lifestyles both inside and outside of the workplace. This is one you won’t want to miss.
Forecasters predict that by 2022, 6.2 billion people will use smart phones. Yet according to the Head of Apps, Google UK, we only use 26 apps of all apps we download. In this thought-provoking webinar, Georgie Drury will share with us how technology is influencing the employee and wellbeing experience. Walk away with an insight into how technology can not only serve as a powerful engagement tool for your wellness strategy, but across the employee life cycle within your workplace.
Helping people change their lifestyle habits is not easy. Providing a range of workplace health and wellness services and programs is a start but only half the picture. So, how do we help people commit to engaging in these wellness “offerings”? This webinar explores two elements -understanding why someone would want to change (their reasons, not ours) and becoming aware of why people would resist change.
A breakfast club was identified as an effective initiative to assist in boosting the students’ ability to stay focussed and concentrate. This strategy was an effective way to fuel students’ minds to get through classes, which assisted with attendance and subsequent course completion rates. Learn how the initiative came to fruition and lessons learned along the way.