NSW Macquarie Park Online Network Forum
With the spotlight on mental health and wellbeing right now, there is a pressing need to address employee mental health to ensure a healthier and more productive workforce.
This presents a real opportunity for HR leaders to drive change in how mental health issues are resourced and managed in their organisations.
Yet many HR professionals don’t have strategies and tools in place to manage these complex issues in the best possible way.
- What does best practice look like?
- How have other companies built organisational resilience?
- How to take a pro-active approach to mental health?
- Where to start?
The questions are many!
Our Speaker for the evening, Fleur Heazlewood, will share her wealth of knowledge and experience in creating healthy, resilient and productive workplaces. You will walk away armed with a solid framework and roadmap to start analysing your organisation and develop robust solutions to support staff resilience and improve workplace wellbeing.
Meet us at our online event and have your questions ready for Fleur’s presentation!
This forum is suitable for:
Anyone wanting to create mentally healthier workplaces and to drive the business case for proactive mental health and wellbeing initiatives.
It is most appropriate for HR Practitioners of all career levels, specifically in the roles of:
- Organisational Development
- HR Business partners
- HR Systems
- Learning & Development
- Diversity and Inclusion
Speaker: Fleur Heazlewood, Speaker, Facilitator & Mentor, Blueberry Institute
With over 20 years of corporate experience and as a past CEO, Fleur is an expert in workplace resilience and wellbeing leadership. A highly regarded Speaker, Facilitator and Mentor, Fleur works with many of Australia’s high profile organisations, including Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Woolworths, BigW, icare, ITW Construction and the Mental Health Commission of NSW.
Her knowledge and diverse experience combined with extensive academic qualifications brings an integrated, innovative, practical and evidence-based consultancy to positive people, culture and process development practices that enable business performance improvements.
Registration closes Monday 25 May 2020 at 6.00pm
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