How confident do you feel about managing mental health and wellbeing issues in your organisation?
As the incidence of mental health issues is on the rise, both within our workplaces and in the communities we serve, many leaders have expressed growing concern:
- What is our duty of care?
- Where do our legal responsibilities lie?
- What impact does relational wellbeing have on organisational culture?
- How do we identify and manage psychosocial hazards/risks at work?
- What proactive measures can we take today, to help prevent incidents occurring?
Join our July Workshop to get practical advice to ensure your organisation is addressing this important issue.
Amrita Howell from Toop Workplace Law will discuss recent changes to Work Health and Safety legislation and the legal obligations of organisations to ensure a psychologically safe and healthy workplace. She will address questions regarding the boundaries of our duty of care.
Elisabeth Shaw, CEO of Relationships Australia NSW will be guiding us through a directed discussion on relational wellbeing across multiple contexts and circumstances, including what we bring to work; how relationships play out at work; and the impact on workplace culture and wellbeing.
Opening the session will be Leanne Hart, a specialist member of The Xfactor Collective Foundation and a wellbeing leadership professional. She will provide a tour of The Community Well, an online hub designed for busy not-for-profit leaders. The hub includes over 80 resources covering prevention, proactive measures, crisis management, and customized support. Leanne will showcase the Organisational Health Check tool and Wellbeing Strategy Toolkit, empowering you to enhance your team’s wellbeing.
We hope you will join us for what will be an insightful event!
Leanne Hart | Specialist member The Xfactor Collective Foundation
Leanne is an experienced facilitator, coach and trainer who specialises in people and culture, leadership development, training, health, safety and wellbeing program design. Leanne brings two decades of experience working locally and globally with corporate, privately-owned and social purpose organisations. She has served on the board of a not-for-profit organisation focused on PTSD education for the partners and families of frontline and emergency service first responders.
Amrita Howell | Senior Lawyer, Toop Workplace Law
Amrita is a highly regarded lawyer who has received industry recognition for her expertise in the fields of employment law and workplace health and safety law.
Amrita provides legal and strategic advice on employment law matters including modern award interpretation and coverage, enterprise agreements and bargaining, contracts and workplace policies. Amrita regularly acts for employers in courts and tribunals across Australia in litigated matters including unfair dismissal, general protection and anti-discrimination matters, coronial inquiries, and breach of contract and restraint proceedings.
Elisabeth Shaw | CEO, Relationships Australia NSW
Elisabeth is the CEO of Relationships Australia NSW.
Elisabeth is a clinical and counselling psychologist who has focused her whole career on how people live and work well in relationships and communities. In addition to leadership in clinical practice, governance and professional ethics, she also coaches executives across industries. She has taught at ACU, UNSW and Newcastle universities in areas of clinical practice, management and professional ethics, and routinely presents and publishes work in these areas. She is a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society, a senior consultant at The Ethics Centre, a graduate of the AICD, and sits on a number of Boards.
- Date: Thursday 6th July 2023
- Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm
- Location: Tank Stream Labs, Level 1 Event rooms, 11 York Street, Sydney | or via Zoom
- FREE for NPA members (NPA Leadership HUB; Coaching; Associate Members only)
- $89 for Guests/ Non-members
- REGISTER/ purchase your tickets below. We look forward to you joining us.
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