How would you rate the wellbeing of your team members? Are you doing everything possible to care for their wellbeing as well as your own?
Psychological wellbeing is a key ingredient in any workplace. Research has consistently shown that when organisations invest in their employee’s wellbeing, they are more productive and innovative. Increased creativity levels have also been shown to increase general wellbeing.
There is a greater emphasis on personal mental health currently highlighted in the media, causing public awareness of this issue to be at an all-time high. Workplace health and safety is becoming increasingly legislated to protect employees. Competition in the employment market is making it harder than ever to keep the best team members. It is important to ensure that your workplace makes the necessary improvements to boost employee satisfaction. The best part is that none of these steps are too costly or too lengthy. In this case, less is more. By acting to address areas of improvement, your workforce will be more creative and more productive.
For this lunchtime event, we are delighted that Roz Urbahn, Chief People Officer for Livestock Improvement Corporation (LIC) will join us to share her insights, experience and personal views on using wellbeing services to change the work environment to one that engenders health & wellbeing, safety, productivity and happiness. Roz will share the journey that she and the senior leadership team have been on to create a strong culture of wellbeing at LIC. Roz has worked across a number of different industries at a senior level from telecommunications, FMCG, construction and now the dairy industry. The one constant in her wide ranging career has been a relentless focus on improving work environments so that people can perform at their best. Roz is known for being a strong advocate for building diverse, high performing teams.
We will also showcase some key elements on one of our 60-minute wellbeing seminars – Positive Mental Health which looks at how team members can foster positive wellbeing through the Five Ways to Wellbeing. You’ll learn about:
We have deliberately limited the size of this lunchtime event to facilitate a constructive conversation and invite you to share your thoughts and experiences. Lunch will be provided from 11:45am.
*Please advise us of any dietary requirements so that appropriate catering can be provided
Please join us for this Interactive Wellbeing Event
Date: Thursday 28th March 2019
Time: 11.45am for a 12.00pm start – finish at 1.30pm
Venue: Raffles Room 1, Stamford Plaza Hotel 22-26 Albert Street, Auckland, 1010
RSVP: by Friday 8 March 2019 by email or phone to Kevin Walls email@example.com or +64 22 175 7229
Parking: nearby in the Downtown carpark @$4.50/hour