Thought Leadership 2019: Identifying Opportunities & Challenging the Status Quo

More and more organisations are recognising the link between productivity and health. As a result, employee health, safety and wellbeing is high on everyone’s agenda and organisations are implementing programs to keep their workplace thriving. With this in mind, how do organisations continue to adapt? Can these programs link together in the workplace? And how do we deep dive into the unspoken?

Join us and on the 28th of November as we answer these questions.

MELBOURNE
Thursday 28th November, 2019 8.00am – 10.00am
Level 1, 48 Cecil Street, Southbank, Melbourne 3006

 

PRESENTATIONS

Insights & Case Studies From An Integrated Trajectory For Safety, Health and Wellbeing
Presented by Wade Needham

It is often difficult within organisations to create impact across the functional boundaries of Safety, Workers Compensation, HR and Wellbeing. Wade will share case studies and practical ways in which to align executive and middle management towards investing and undertaking interventions which impact people risk across a broad functional spectrum.

Wade is the Head of Safety, Environment and Wellbeing at Serco Asia Pacific.

Louise Dubois

Talking Is The Hardest Thing To Do
Presented by Louise Dubois

Talking is the most difficult step. In this inspirational session, Louise, who has an outstanding career as a Director, shares her personal story with mental illness. She will challenge your assumptions, inspire you to look at your strengths to overcome circumstances  and most important she will show you the language and the step to take to have conversations around mental illness.

Louise is the Director of the Safety and Recovery Unit at NSW Ambulance.

Thought Leadership November 2019 - Melbourne