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Languishing - the invisible costs to your organisation: how the latest evidence in mental wellbeing can help your people thrive
Traditionally organisations have focused on treating mental illness and, at times, may overlook the positive states of mental wellbeing and the benefits they bring to the organisation. Using the science of mental health and wellbeing, we find that there are up to 30% of people across the population, including employees, who are languishing. These people have low wellbeing and are up 8 times more likely to develop a mental illness in the future. They are often undetected and are not actively targeted by workplace interventions.
In this presentation, we will explore:
- What is Languishing and the impact to organisational effectiveness
- Examples of evidence-based interventions that are proven to be effective in increasing wellbeing and decreasing distress
- Introduce you to some basic skills and habits that you can use to improve mental wellbeing
This forum is suitable for:
HR practitioners at all career levels, specifically in HR Business Partner and WHS roles.
Speaker: Natalie Tuckey, Project Manager (Be Well Co by SAHMRI)
Natalie works collaboratively with project partners to deliver and implement Be Well Co wellbeing offerings to high performance standards. Natalie is an experienced organisational development professional in leading organisational change initiatives and evolving workplace culture. She has capabilities in strategic HRM, talent & succession, onboarding, learning and development & facilitation. Natalie is passionate about the employee experience and creating solutions aligned with purpose and meaning. Natalie is a Certified Be Well Co Trainer, holds a BPsych (Hons) from the University of Adelaide and a BCom/BMn from the University of South Australia.
Speaker: Matthew Iasiello, Researcher (Be Well Co by SAHMRI)
Matthew has been delivering wellbeing solutions to the South Australian community for the past 6 years, working with a wide range of cohorts. His research is focused on the relationship between mental health and mental illness, and what this could mean for our mental health services. Matthew is also responsible for the design and evaluation of the Be Well Co programs, and researching evidence-based solutions to build wellbeing. Matthew is a PhD candidate at Flinders University with a Bachelor (hons) degree in Health Science from the University of Adelaide.
Registration closes: Wednesday, 2021
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