wellbeing at work

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Find out why its important for your business and your staff to prioritise workplace mental health and wellbeing – and the steps you can take start 

2 - 3 PM

SPecial panel event this MONTH

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The prolonged pandemic has fatigued many staff and employers alike.  

Your staff spend a lot of their time at work so what you and your team do, and their working environment, can have a significant impact on the mental health of your staff. When you are aware of this, you can have massive impact on the wellbeing of your staff.

Wellbeing at work is more than just good policy though. It’s a matter of good business. Research suggests a return of investment of $2.30 on average for every $1 spent mental health initiatives.

Join us for this 60 min online event on 28 October 2021 at 2pm to find out more

We have put together a superb panel of experts to discuss why workplace mental health and wellbeing is so important and what you can do to protect, support and defend the wellbeing of your staff.

With expertise in supporting workplaces to create safe, inclusive and super productive workplaces – the panel will also share insights into the practical steps you should be taking right now. 

Importantly, find out what these steps are before you start! It may be harmful to have ‘redo’ your wellbeing work, so find out how to be prepared.

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MAKING magic for your business

Lisa Annese, CEO Diversity Council of Australia
Lisa Annese has been the Chief Executive Officer of Diversity Council Australia since 2 June 2014. In this role she leads debate on diversity and inclusion in the public arena, and oversees the development of thought leadership research pieces for Australian workplaces. In 2018, Lisa was named one of the AFR’s 100 Women of Influence. In 2019 she was elected to the Board of Amnesty International Australia and in 2021, appointed to the Board of Women for Election. Lisa is a member of Chief Executive Women and Executive Producer of DCA’s podcast, The Art of Inclusion. Lisa has had a long career in the diversity and inclusion space across the corporate, government and not-for-profit sector. Some of her career highlights include: advocating for policy action to eliminate workplace harassment and gendered violence and closing the gender pay gap, presenting DCA’s leading research internationally; developing the first ever citation recognising Employers of Choice in Gender Equality and the first ever census of ‘Australian Women in Leadership’ while at the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, and co-authoring “Chief Executives Unplugged: CEO’s Get Real About Women in the Workplace”.
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