MELBOURNE WELLBEING THOUGHT LEADERS EVENT

There were plenty of standing ovations at our first ever Melbourne Forum held at ABC’s Southbank Centre this month.

One attendee summed it up beautifully...

Most useful, were the tips on execution of strategy. Most enjoyable - The standing ovations! Most relevant - suggestions on engagement with young workers and being able to display true return on investment to senior stakeholders
 
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Our heartfelt thanks go to our wonderful presenters and panel Anna-Louise Bouvier, Carmen Barry, Tanya Farrell, Troy Morgan, Sharon Richens, and Taryn Jones for sharing their insight, experience, and passion for employee wellbeing in such an engaging way. We’ve included recordings of the presentations below:

Discover what our award-winning programs can do for your people and your business


DEVELOPING THE STRATEGY FOR BEST PRACTICE WELLBEING ENGAGEMENT

Does your organisation need to be more strategic about workplace wellbeing? This session provides a framework to help you design, evaluate, and create a strategic plan that drives engagement and delivers positive results for employees and business performance.

Using practical case studies and post doctoral research from roll outs to over 30,000 employees from 80 private and public sector organisations, Anna-Louise explores a range of interventions from traditional keynotes, to the latest innovations in digital wellbeing. Learn actionable insights to enhance the employee experience, and a framework to take your wellbeing strategy to the next level.

Anna-Louise Bouvier, Creator and Executive Director of ABC Commercial's award winning HBAW programs

Anna-Louise Bouvier, Creator and Executive Director of ABC Commercial's award winning HBAW programs

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THE STRATEGY BEHIND SUCCESSFUL PUBLIC SECTOR HEALTH PILOT

Adjunct Professor Tanya Farrell, Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery at Royal Women’s Hospital

Adjunct Professor Tanya Farrell, Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery at Royal Women’s Hospital

This year, over 2,500 Victorian nurses and midwives across five sites were invited to take part in Happy People - a ground breaking industry-first pilot program aimed at improving their mental, physical and emotional wellbeing.  For a workplace resilience program to succeed on this scale, not only did it need to be well designed and delivered, it needed buy-in from people at every level: from the Minister and the Department to frontline employees.

Adjunct Professor Tanya Farrell, one of the driving forces behind the Happy People initiative, discusses her firsthand experiences of the barriers and challenges they overcame to roll out the program, and the strategy behind the high engagement and results.

 

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PROGRAM ENGAGEMENT & RESULTS

Panel discussion featuring:

Associate Professor Taryn Jones, Macquarie University
Adjunct Professor Tanya Farrell, Executive Director, The Women’s
Carmen Barry, Theatre Nurse and Happy People Project Coordinator, The Women’s
Sharon Richens, Physiotherapist and HBAW Business Partner

 
Carmen Barry, Sharon Richens, Taryn Jones and Tanya Farrell

Carmen Barry, Sharon Richens, Taryn Jones and Tanya Farrell


THE BRAVE NEW WORLD OF WELLBEING

Troy Morgan, Director of Wellbeing Strategy at Springday & HBAW Business Partner

Troy Morgan, Director of Wellbeing Strategy at Springday & HBAW Business Partner

ANZ Markets recognises that people lie at the heart of its success – and that creating a culture where employee wellbeing can flourish is critical for driving engagement, productivity, and business performance. But how do you engage employees in wellbeing programs they haven’t asked for?

Troy provides an insider view on how ANZ markets is cultivating strategic partnerships to successfully embed wellbeing throughout the organisation, both in Australia and internationally, to build an authentic culture of care.  

 

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An engaging wellbeing campaign?
Or a cutting edge wellbeing strategy?

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