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National WHS & Wellness Online Forum
AHRI’s research into Covid-19’s impact on HR wellbeing has shown that more than 60% of HR practitioners are struggling with the loss of a physical connection to their team.
We've discovered that 90% of our colleagues are experiencing fatigue for no reason at least some of the time; and 2 out of 3 HR Leaders say that they feel like they cannot ever seem to catch up on their work and would prefer more hours in the day.
Join this online forum to hear the esteemed panel provide their knowledge and insight on wellbeing. Participants will have the opportunity to connect with peers and share resources.
This forum is suitable for:
All HR professionals and practitioners.
Panellist: Sarah McCann-Bartlett, CEO & Managing Director, Australian HR Institute
Sarah has extensive, global experience in membership and trade bodies and has held senior roles across a variety of sectors in Australia, the UK and the USA.
Previously, Sarah held a number of senior executive positions at the Victorian Building and Plumbing Industry Commissions, including as Deputy Commissioner. She helped lead the Commissions’ response to the February 2009 bushfires, and developed and implemented a shared Corporate Services model between both Commissions, including developing and leading strategies to drive the change process.
Panellist: Sarah Bass, People and Culture Trainer and Coach, Sarah Bass Consultancy
Sarah Bass helps Human Resources Professionals, Executives and Teams to develop cognitive fitness, build resilience and create the impact they have always wanted.
Building the ability to cope in a complex, ever changing, switched on environment is a challenge for everyone, Sarah helps clients to develop the skills to not just cope but perform. This includes the current challenge of remote workers with feelings of isolation, anxiety and stress. Sarah is also a WA State Councillor at AHRI.
Panellist: Kali Gray, Founder, My Food Culture
Kali Gray is a Corporate Wellbeing Specialist who is passionate about helping executives and teams to feel good, work better and keep burnout at bay. With almost a decade of experience as a Clinical Dietitian and Nutritionist, Kali has worked across a broad range of industries, including finance, construction, oil and gas, automotive, retail, law and IT to help organisations to level up their wellbeing, productivity and performance.
Kali is an author, speaker, international high performance coach and is a corporate wellbeing trainer.
Registration closes Tuesday 6 October 2020
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