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Save the dateOctober 6, 202110:30 AM - 12:30 PM (GMT+11)
Organizer
Organizer
Organizer:
Contact Person: Ahi Team
Event Details
Event Details

A happy and health workplace is critical to the success of your organisation.  Research shows that several factors within an organisation can positively and negatively contribute to the wellbeing of the workplace.  Organisational leaders and managers can play a crucial role in growing resilience by understanding these factors and identifying relevant strategies that enhance mental health and wellbeing.  This can lead to better employee engagement, reduced sickness absence, and increase performance and productivity.


This workshop will build the capacity of leaders and managers to identify organisational wellbeing priorities and start to integrate and embed them into the practice and culture of the organisation



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Course Outline
Course Outline

What you'll learn:


  • About the neurobiology of stress and its impacts on your workforce
  • The science of resilience and how to increase resilience-building opportunities within your organisation
  • The importance of psychological safety for positive organisational wellbeing and how to create it within your team
  • About the universal elements of wellbeing that influence employee's health and wellness and how they transfer into an organisational wellbeing framework
  • Six core principles that will contribute to a positive and wellbeing-led work environment


Who should attend:


This training is designed for Organisational Leaders at all levels.



Delivery format


  • 2-hour interactive Zoom workshop – join details provided upon registration
  • Participants will need access to PC/Laptop with speakers, microphone and webcam
Speakers
Speakers
  • Kate Thomas (Founder Kokoro Consulting of Kokoro Consulting)

    Kate Thomas

    Founder Kokoro Consulting of Kokoro Consulting

Kate is a sort out consultant and facilitator who delivers evidence-based and engaging training that challenges audiences thinking. Kate has spent over 15 years working in, designing and advocating for programs that enhance community wellbeing across various professional domains, including education, sport, corporate and community sectors.


With a background in elite sport, both playing and coaching, Kate is an AIS Basketball Alumna and WNBL athlete. She currently sits on the international faculty of the Neurosequential Network's NM-Sports Program, an evidence-informed program that focuses on building the capacity of coaches around engagement and performance in sport by focusing on how the brain works, develops, changes, and is impacted by developmental adversity, including trauma.


Kate facilitates programs that focus on leadership, well-being, trauma-informed practice and emotional intelligence and consults across a range of organisations. Kate is also a Lead Consultant with the Centre for Healing and Justice Through Sport and facilitates training in Australia and internationally, focusing on Sport for Healing, Positive Youth Based Sports Development, and Girls in Sport.

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Tickets
Tickets

Non-Member

A$165

Affiliate Member

Member Price A$148.50

General Member

Member Price A$132

Professional Member

Member Price A$123.75

Senior Professional

Member Price A$115.50

Where applicable, GST will be applied