Wellbeing; Building a strategy and learning the art of possible
Wellbeing is a topic of many discussions within organisations and within our community.
In this interactive session, we will consider how to build a wellbeing strategy that meets the organisational requirements, what to consider, what to look for and how do you measure impact. This session is designed to be interactive giving everyone the opportunity to learn from their peers and share ideas. After this session participants will have the knowledge to assist them in reviewing current activities or building a longer-term plan to support employees in their engagement and productivity within the workplace.
Wellbeing is not an event but an ongoing dialog and a maturing of what’s acceptable, talked about and supported within the workplace.
Find out what other companies are doing from the bells and whistles through to the organisations that are constrained in dollars to invest but are having significant impact with limited investment by picking things that make the real difference.
Excited to explore wellbeing and the art of the possible? This session will cover:
- Building a wellbeing strategy
- Learning what to ask and what facts you can leverage that exist within organisations
- The importance of data
- How to measure both the tangible and intangible impact
- Have some fun building your thoughts and knowledge of wellbeing
Speaker: Gina Carlon-Tozer, Director, MindFit at Work
Gina has over 20 years’ experience working with top private, NGO and public sector companies to develop and deliver wellbeing programs. Clients include World Vision, Multilink, Victoria University, Amnesty International, The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Ogilvy, Dulux, UBank, Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman, Cadbury, MultiLink Community Services, Melbourne Water, Sanofi, Bayer, The Department Human Services, Parliament of Australia, The Department of Education, The South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council (SWALSC), Vision Australia, The Forest Products Commission (FPC) and Westpac amongst many others.
Prior to founding MindFit at Work, Gina enjoyed a successful career at a number of top consulting firms including PricewaterhouseCoopers. This has resulted in a unique ability to ensure the interventions she develops are coupled with business relevance and real results.
Her passion lies in working with people to live more satisfying, centered, safe and happy lives.
MindFit at Work uses the latest behavioural science and psychology to transform how people think, feel and behave and to improve the performance of companies and the lives of their employees. They offer programs in wellbeing, health, Wellness, corporate mindfulness, employee mental health and resilience.
Benefits include increased performance, sharper focus, improved memory, less stress and increases in creativity.
Once at the venue head to Level 10 – Enter via reception desk.
Guests will then be guided to the “Creative Room”
This forum is open for AHRI members and non-members to attend. Registration is a 2-part process.
Sign in with your username and password* and click ‘REGISTER MYSELF’
To finalise your registration, click ‘PROCEED TO CHECKOUT’, confirm all details are correct and enter your credit card details. Click ‘SUBMIT ORDER’
You will receive an automatic email and receipt to confirm your registration.
*If you do not have an existing AHRI account, please select ‘create a new account’ and follow the prompts before following the registration steps above.
Registration closes Tuesday 23 July 2019
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