WHEN?
Wednesday 13th March
From 5.15pm

WHERE?
One Roof
77/79 City Rd,
Southbank, Melbourne

HOW MUCH?
$49.00 per person
Seats are limited.


Are you curious about how to apply the latest positive psychology research in workplaces? Wondering how you get a leadership team to sign off these ‘softer’ approaches? Wish you had a tribe of like-minded practitioners with whom you could share best practices and resources?

Then this event could be for you.

Designed to explore bite-sized ideas fueled by science, and powered by real world experiences that help organizations (and people) apply the insights and practices of positive psychology in workplaces, you’ll discover:

  • ‘Laughter is the Best Medicine’ – Discover how a leading Australian Children’s Charity introduced Resilience and Optimism training to enrich the lives of staff and families alike as Tegan Davies and David Arkles share a case study of teaching positive psychology skills at Camp Quality.
  • Bringing Wellbeing to Life in Organisations as Jo Murray and Elise Morris share their tailored step by step research-based approach to take the guess work out of designing, implementing and measuring well-being programs.
  • Embedding Wellbeing into Leadership Development Programs – Rachel Powell from Xero shares how they are teaching leaders across their quickly growing global organization to build a culture where people can believe, belong, and flourish.

You’ll also have the opportunity to ask these speakers for their guidance on ways to apply positive psychology in any workplace.

Best of all, you’ll have time to meet a like-minded tribe of positive psychology researchers and practitioners, every one of them looking for tested, practical ways to make our workplaces better.

WHEN?
Wednesday 13th March 2019
From 5.15pm

WHERE?
One Roof
77/79 City Road
Southbank, Melbourne

HOW MUCH?
$49.00 per person
Seats are limited.


About The Speakers

Tegan Davies
Tegan is a self-professed wellness geek. She loves to find ways to apply the science of positive psychology in her own life and share this with those around her. Tegan has worked in the not-for-profit sector for over 10 years. She previously headed up Learning, Development and Culture at Camp Quality, Australia leading childhood cancer charity, and is now the Manager of Operations at The ORANGES Toolkit, a social enterprise dedicated to helping individuals and teams realise their potential. Tegan is also a Board Member at Action for Happiness Australia, a business coach and qualified yoga teacher.
David Arkles
For nearly 30 years David has led organisational change for global companies across Australia, Europe and North America. Recognising early that the “people factor” is always critical to successfully driving positive change, David developed a strong personal interest in maximising personal and group curiosity, passion and growth / productivity with an outcome driven focus. David is a mentor, strategy consultant and a non-executive director of Camp Quality, Australia’s leading childhood cancer charity; a trustee of the PJCF and executive chairman of The Oranges Toolkit P/L, a social enterprise making an observable difference to organisations spanning government, corporates and smaller businesses through the practical implementation of positive psychology principles and practices.
Elise Morris
Having spent over 20 years working in large organisations Elise believes wholeheartedly that other people matter and when we live and lead from this perspective we allow ourselves and others to unlock latent potential and the ability to thrive and flourish. A facilitator, coach and a disruptor of conventional leadership and people management practices, Elise teaches the principles of positive psychology and how to effectively integrate these principles into individual, organisational and community contexts.
Jo Murray
Jo has over 25 years’ experience in design and implementation of development interventions. She believes that leaders and organisations can positively impact the wellbeing of people through authentic, people-centered leadership, communication, and connection. Jo consults to a wide range of clients across sectors to help people unlock performance and enjoyment in their work. Jo holds a MAPP, Master of Business, Grad. Dip. in Business (HRD) and BA. Jo is a Chartered Member of AHRI and a member of AICD and has held directorships for over 10 years.
Rachael Powell
Rachael Powell is the Chief Customer, People & Marketing Officer and is responsible for Xero’s Customer, People and Brand Experience functions globally. She has previously held positions in strategy, marketing, talent management and channel development across online and technology businesses. In her current capacity, she brings together her dual passions; delighting our customers and nurturing our people. Rachael believes that customer experience must resonate from the inside-out and advocates for positive engagement programs to effectively mobilise the business strategy at scale. She has a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology, a Masters in Business Administration, and a Bachelor of Business (Accounting and Marketing).

Details For Wednesday 13th March 2019

About The Collective Insights Series

This event is part of the Collective Insights Series and is made possible through the collaborative efforts of Michelle McQuaid, Elise Morris, Jo Murray, and Beck Melville who are committed to translating positive psychology into action for workplaces.

Timetable

5.15pm Meet the tribe – drink and nibble.
6.00pm Laughter is the Best Medicine
6.30pm Bringing Wellbeing to Life in Organisations
6.50pm Embedding Wellbeing into Leadership Development
7.10pm Panel discussion
7.30pm Conclude

Ticketing

$49 per person.
Seats are limited.

Venue

One Roof
77/79 City Rd,
Southbank, Melbourne

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Date Time Venue
13th March 2019 5.15pm One Roof, 77/79 City Rd, Southbank, Melbourne