The health and wellbeing of Australian school leaders is at a tipping point according the the latest The Australian Principal Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing Survey by the Australian Catholic University. The survey of 2500 Principals revealed heavy workloads and lack of time to focus on core responsibilities as the top two sources of stress, followed by the national teacher shortage, and the welfare of staff and students. It includes a series of recommendations for governments, employers, professional associations and school leaders.
This research explores how Dads and partners in small business manage the transition to working parent, and the challenges in the role of support person for their partner. Key struggles included sleep deprivation, a desire for more time with baby in the first year; and a need for more support and mental health awareness, for themselves and their partners.
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.
As we settle into the new year, still faced with a COVID-19 ‘hangover’, employee wellbeing remains front of mind for leaders. However, one challenge still remains….. frustratingly this isn’t necessarily translating into $$ spent for organisations. In this blockbuster with Faculty member Anna-Louise we discuss why many of us still struggle to ‘sell’ wellbeing to decision makers, and how to demonstrate the burning platform for wellness investment.
Cultivating a wellbeing culture requires strategic and sustainable leadership. However, at a time when we’re asking our leaders to ‘dig deep’, this also requires them to prioritise and nurture their own personal wellbeing. In this blockbuster Faculty member Audrey McGibbon, Psychologist and CEO GLWS Wellbeing shares her insights into how leaders can navigate the future of work in these unprecedented times.
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.
In this interactive panel discussion, we discuss the unique stresses facing small business, why investing in wellbeing is critical, how to ensure psychological health and safety obligations are met, where to go for further support and what you can do to support small business clients.
So you’re enthusiastic about workplace health and understand that the workplace has a significant impact on an employee’s health and wellbeing, which in turn, has a major impact on the business itself. This webinar will provide an overview and strategies on how to capture senior management support to initiate and drive your wellness efforts.
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?
As businesses across Australasia action COVID-19 response plans, these times require new ways of leading and supporting employee health and wellbeing. This webinar will outline 5 key ways for leaders to effectively manage the emotional, physical health and wellbeing of their teams remotely.