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Creating a Culture of WellBeing at Work

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Barangaroo, NSW 2000

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Join us for a breakfast of Wellbeing with two amazing speakers from Mindful Life Training on creating 'Measurable Wellbeing Programs'.

About this Event

Join Mindful Life Training and Allos Australia for a healthy breakfast this February in Sydney and Melbourne to learn and share with two fantastic Wellbeing speakers. Both organisations look at the latest research and workplace impacts of:

  • Burnout
  • Stress
  • Mental Health

How these issues manifest culturally and structurally in the workplace. And how workplace well being programs and culture change programs can be made measurable and investable for the C-suite.

This Breakfast is sponsored by our partners WeMov. Australia's Freshest Video Production Company.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Human Resource Managers/Executives
  • Leaders/Managers
  • Health and Well-Being Managers
  • Learning and Development Manager/Officer
  • Director of People & Change Management
  • Workplace Health and Safety Officer/Manager

SPEAKERS

SPEAKER 1: Andy Roberts, Keynote Speaker Mindful Life Training,

Managing Director Breathe Australia, Lecturer James Cook University

Case Study: Energy/Mining Industry Results for South 32 Mindfulness/Emotional Intelligence Pilot and Leadership Programs 2019 (See Andy's Bio here)

SPEAKER 2: Delia McCabe (PHD): Keynote Speaker, Neuroscientist, Mindful Life Training

Author, International Keynote Speaker, Researcher into stress for Australian PTSD veterans

The Neuroscience of Nutrition: Brain Based Nutrition that affects Stress, Performance and Mood (See Delia's Bio here)

THE PROBLEM: BURNOUT

This seminar will aim to shed light on the serious affects of BURNOUT at work and how to prevent and reduce it with Evidence Based Wellbeing approaches and programs.

Burnout is a serious and well researched workplace stress syndrome.The World Health Organisation has classified it as “a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed,”

A 2019 Deloitte report on burnout found that:

✳️ 77% of employees have experienced burnout in their current role

✳️ 70% of employees feel employers are not doing enough to prevent workplace burnout

✳️ 84% of Millenials say they have experienced burnout at their current job, compared to 77 percent of all respondents.

✳️ Burnout affects millennial retention with almost half of millenials citing burnout as the reason for leaving their job

Solution: Evidence Based Well-Being: Systemic Cultural Change

This seminar is deigned to:

1. Introduce evidence based preventative Well-Being programs that reduce expensive HR costs associated with loss of productivity, presenteeism, turnover and mental health costs.

2. Bust the myths and stigma of Mental Health and shift the conversation from Mental Health to Mental Wellbeing

3. Create an outline to build a compelling business case for Wellbeing in your business

Financial Benefits of Evidence Based Well-Being

✳️ Reduced insurance premiums.

✳️ Increased worker productivity and team performance

✳️ Reduced costs associated with making reasonable work adjustments.

Cultural Benefits Creating Human Flourishing

✳️ Reduced levels of conflict, bullying harassment

✳️ Improved psychological and physical safety

✳️ Improved organisational engagement, better relationships, greater vision and creative thinking

✳️ Greater organisational synergy, inclusion that come from diversity programs

✳️ Greater compassion, tolerance and lower litigation potential through greater organisational harmony

YOUR MC: Antony Malmo - Allos Australia

Antony is Director of Research and Education at Allos Australia - an Employee Assistance Provider and Corporate Wellbeing consultancy.

ABOUT

Allos

Allos is building a community of clients who believe that better mental health in their workplaces is a non-negotiable. For some, it is because their work is high-risk, so they cannot afford to be reactive. For others, they already have a suite of excellent employee benefits and want an EAP of the same calibre. Others believe it’s simply the right thing to do.

While motivating forces may differ, the trend is the same - a global shift is taking place around mental health. In short; the old, reactive model is proving unsustainable, both economically and in human costs. The future of mental health will focus on prevention, enhancing wellbeing, and systemic approaches where employers will play a key role. Allos Australia takes organisations on that journey.

Mindful Life Training

MLT trains frontline staff, management and executive teams in evidence based Health and Well-Being. Including mental agility, leadership, resilience and peak performance. We partner with organisations to address workplace employee health, safety, and positive culture development goals. We provide benchmark health and wellbeing measurements prior to and at the completion of the program to provide an ROI on all programs.

Our team includes psychologists, change management experts, professional nutrition practitioners, world class athletes and a PHD Neuroscientist to deliver cutting edge science based health programs.

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