Employee engagement and wellbeing are finally taking centre stage in the business world. For too long, these initiates have been viewed as HR responsibility instead of an integral part of business strategy. However, new research suggests that mere access to wellbeing programs can influence employee loyalty, work relationships and job satisfaction; which in turn effects a business’ bottom line.
If you have found yourself wondering how to drive engagement through wellbeing initiatives, then join us for an interactive panel discussion on how to create thoughtful health & wellbeing initiatives that not only drive engagement but also impact the business bottom-line. The session will also look at practical tips on how leaders can impact team engagement through employee wellbeing.
Through an interactive panel discussion, we will look at:
1. Key drivers of engagement for employees in terms of health and wellbeing
2. Tips for leaders on how to promote a mentally safe and healthy workplace
3. Identifying ways to promote and contribute to individual and organisational resilience and wellbeing
4. How to raise awareness of mental health and support employees
5. Sharing approaches to health & wellbeing in the workplace – what works and how to improve
Speaker: Dr Suzy Green, Founder & CEO, The Positivity Institute
Dr Green is a Clinical and Coaching Psychologist (MAPS) and Founder and CEO of The Positivity Institute, a positively deviant organisation dedicated to the research and application of Positive Psychology for life, school and work.
She is a leader in the complementary fields of Coaching Psychology and Positive Psychology having conducted a world-first study on evidence-based coaching as an Applied Positive Psychology.
Speaker: Audrey McGibbon, Co-Founder, (GLWS) Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey
With the GLWS, Audrey has become an accidental researcher, entrepreneur and technologist. GLWS provides Audrey with a strong sense of purpose and inspiration, and has enabled her to bring her talents for gently challenging clients’ self-awareness, judgement, and behaviours to reach more leaders than she would ever have imagined possible.
A psychologist since 1990, she was Managing Director of SHL Australia Pty Ltd, a role that gave her first hand insights into the stresses and strains of life as a senior executive and the impact of leaders’ behaviours on a team’s wellbeing. Since setting up EEK in 2001, Audrey has coached 500+ senior executives on an individual and team basis.
Speaker: Timo Topp, Wellbeing Coach, Timo Topp
Timo is a wellbeing coach, author and speaker with over 25 years experience. After working one to one with busy corporate managers and execs to improve their wellbeing, Timo became aware of how difficult it was to be healthy at work, which is why he created the ‘Well for Work’ program.
This forum is suitable for:
All HR Practitioners at any stage of their career.
Thursday May 6th, 2021
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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