WHEN?
Wednesday 18th October
From 5.15pm

WHERE?
Lend Lease
Level 14
Tower Three, International Towers Sydney
Exchange Place
300 Barangaroo Avenue
Barangaroo
HOW MUCH?
$49.00 per person
Seats are limited.



 
IN COLLABORATION WITH

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 fuelled by science and powered by real world experiences that help organisations (and people) apply the insights and practices of positive psychology in workplaces, you’ll discover:

  • Creating High Quality Connections as Jo Murray shares research, insights and practical strategies for building powerful interpersonal connections in our work and life that enliven the people around us, ignite performance and provide a positive antidote to incivility at work.
  • Using The 4C model of Mental Toughness In Organisations as Aylin Dulagil shares an introduction to the 4C Model of Mental Toughness (challenge, control, confidence and commitment), a scientifically supported yet user-friendly model and assessment (MTQ48).
  • Using Positive Psychology To Enable Change as Laura Hassan shares how the Lendlease Nextplace Project team successfully applied AI principles and positive psychology into their workplace change program.

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.

IN COLLABORATION WITH

WHEN?
Wednesday 18th October
From 5.15pm

WHERE?
Lend Lease
Level 14
Tower Three, International Towers Sydney
Exchange Place
300 Barangaroo Avenue
Barangaroo

HOW MUCH?
$49.00 per person
Seats are limited.


About The Speakers

Jo Murray
Jo has extensive experience in learning and development facilitation including the design, development and implementation of impactful leadership development solutions. She is particularly interested in the concept of Psychological Capital and the role that leaders and organisations can play in positively impacting the wellbeing of employees through authentic, people-centered approaches to leadership and employee engagement. Jo holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Graduate Diploma in Business (majoring in Human Resource Development) and a Master of Business (Performance Management thesis) and a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology. Jo also holds accreditation for a number of diagnostic instruments and is a Chartered Member of the Australian Human Resources Institute and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has held directorships for over 10 years.
Aylin Dulagil
Aylin is a Coaching and Organisational Psychologist with experience in positive psychology, employee engagement, leadership development, human resources and organisational development. Aylin has worked as both an internal and external consultant to deliver learning and organisational development initiatives to a number of organisations including Unisearch, BHP, The George Institute, The Salvation Army Centacare, World Vision, Ausgrid, Leightons, AMP, Yarra Trams, and Transpacific Industries. Aylin is currently completing a PhD examining the impact of organisational factors on individual character strengths use. Aylin is engaged as a Senior Associate of The Positivity Institute providing Licensed User training on the MTQ48, a scientifically reliable and valid measure of mental toughness.
Laura Hassan
Laura has a background in sustainability with a major in behavioural change, collaboration processes and facilitation. Laura was part of the team responsible for the delivery of the Nextplace change strategy. Laura is adept at forging strong relationships, partnerships and networks that generate collective action with a range of stakeholders.

Details For Wednesday 18th October

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, Jo Fisher, Elise Morris, Jo Murray, Garry Davis, Rebecca Melville and Lyndall Dugdale who are committed to translating positive psychology into action for workplaces.

Timetable

5.15pm Lend Lease – Bar for food and drinks – Meet the tribe
6.00pm Creating High Quality Connections
6.30pm Using The 4C model of Mental Toughness In Organisations
6.50pm Using Positive Psychology To Enable Change
7.10pm Panel
7.30pm Conclude

*Please note this event will be filmed.

Ticketing

$49 per person.
Seats are limited.

Venue

Lend Lease
Level 14
Tower Three, International Towers Sydney
Exchange Place
300 Barangaroo Avenue
Barangaroo

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Date Time Venue
18 October 2017 5.15pm Lend Lease, Level 14, Tower Three, International Towers Sydney, Exchange Place, 300 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo