WHEN?
Wednesday 26 October 2022
From 6pm
WHERE?
MicDrop South Melbourne
Level 5/111 Cecil Street
South Melbourne
HOW MUCH?
Places are limited. At just $50 per person, this event will sell out.
Unlimited access to the video recording.

We have partnered with some of the best and brightest in the field locally and internationally on this wellbeing and leadership research project and we are chomping at the bit to share with you, in person, our fascinating findings – and, of course, our primary focus, always…what to do about them!

It’s our heartfelt hope that you can join us – The Wellbeing Lab and Leaders Lab in collaboration with The Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI), Growth Faculty, Pioneera and NeuroPower Group, in person, on Wednesday 26th October, 2022 for this not to miss event.

Join Dr Michelle McQuaid (Speaker, author and researcher and Co-Founder of The Wellbeing and Leaders Labs), Dr. Paige Williams (Speaker, author and researcher and Co-Founder of The Leaders Lab), Sarah McCann-Bartlett (CEO of the Australian Human Resource Institute) & Psychologist Danielle Jacobs (Co-Founder of The Wellbeing Lab), as we explore fascinating brand new research insights and emerging trends in wellbeing and leadership gathered fresh from Australian workplaces, and, even more importantly, focus our discussion on actionable, affordable and impactful actions and strategies that will help you to turn your new ‘knowing’ into meaningful doing!

Discussion will include:

The Surprising Truths About Workplace Wellbeing and Why Your Workplace Mental Health Program Is Probably A Waste Of Money.

  • Why trying to constantly improve worker’s wellbeing can put workers at risk, and how to more impactfully measure the success of wellbeing investments.
  • Why it is healthy and productive for wellbeing to comprise moments of thriving and struggle and how we can normalise this across workplaces.
  • The biggest psychosocial hazards workers say they are facing right now, and why managing these risks will not be enough to help people be well at work.

The Simple Steps Leaders Can Make To Meet Their Psychosocial Safety Responsibilities.

  • The ‘need to knows’ of psychosocial hazards in the workplace.
  • What new legislation requires from leaders and the simple steps leaders can make to meet their psychosocial safety responsibilities.
  • What leaders can do to create a culture of psychosocial safety.

The Role of HR – Bringing It All Together, an AHRI Perspective

WHEN?
Wednesday 26 October 2022
From 6pm
WHERE?
MicDrop South Melbourne
Level 5/111 Cecil Street
South Melbourne
HOW MUCH?
Places are limited. At just $50 per person, this event will sell out.
Unlimited access to the video recording.

About Your Hosts & Speakers

Dr. Michelle McQuaid
Dr. Michelle McQuaid is a best-selling author, workplace wellbeing teacher and playful change activator. An honorary fellow at the University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education, in addition to hosting the highly acclaimed weekly podcast, Making Positive Psychology Work, which features leading researchers and practitioners from around the world, Michelle blogs for Psychology Today, The Huffington Post and Thrive, and her work has been featured in Forbes, The Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Boss Magazine, The Age and more.
Dr. Paige Williams
Determined to help leaders move beyond just the need for resilience so they can become anti-fragile, Paige Williams, PhD teaches people how to leverage their energy, attitudes and mindsets to benefit from the dynamic, complex and uncertain environments in which most organizations operate. A lecturer and researcher at the Centre for Positive Psychology at the University of Melbourne, Paige uses a potent blend of positive psychology, neuroscience, leadership research and her years of international business leadership experience to provide practical, evidence-based pathways to help people and organisations thrive through change.
Sarah McCann-Bartlett
Sarah McCann is the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian HR Institute. She has extensive, global experience in membership and trade bodies and has held senior roles across a variety of sectors in Australia, the UK and the USA. Sarah was Director General (CEO) of the British Constructional Steelwork Association from September 2011 to December 2019. In this role, she established a new sector apprenticeship program, created a new market development program to drive market share gains for constructional steelwork, and drove rapid growth of the group’s certification arm. Sarah holds Commerce and Arts degrees from the University of Melbourne, an MBA from Monash University, and postgraduate qualifications in marketing. She is a Fellow of the UK Institute of Directors.
Danielle Jacobs
Danielle Jacobs is a registered psychologist, certified and licensed Tiny Habits® Coach, affiliate member of the APS College of Organisational Psychologists, Co-Founder of The Wellbeing Lab & Co-Creator of The PERMAH Wellbeing Survey.
Danielle uses evidence-based organizational scholarship and positive psychology practices within businesses locally, nationally and internationally to help their people flourish at the individual, team and organizational levels. What gets Danielle up in the morning is a drive to leave everyone she comes into contact with, better than she found them.

Details For Wednesday 26th October 2022

Numbers are limited, so we ask that you carefully consider your availability to attend this event.
If you wish to make a bulk purchase for a group please contact danielle@michellemcquaid.com / 0413 604 224

Timetable

6.00pm Join The Wellbeing Lab, Leaders Lab and collaborating research partners for nibbles
6.30pm Welcome from Danielle Jacobs
6.40pm The Surprising Truths About Workplace Wellbeing – Dr. Michelle McQuaid
7.00pm The Simple Steps Leaders Can Make To Meet Their Psychosocial Safety Responsibilities – Dr. Paige Williams
7.20pm The Role of HR – Bringing It All Together, an AHRI Perspective – Sarah McCann-Bartlett
7.40pm Discussion
8.00pm Close

Ticketing – Live In-Person

$50 per person.

Venue

MicDrop South Melbourne
Level 5/111 Cecil Street
South Melbourne


OR Purchase the Video Recording

The recording of the event will be sent to you 1 week after the event. You will have unlimited access to watch at anytime. $50.