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Leadership essentials for fostering thriving teams and organisations
An organisation is only as healthy as its employees. As leaders strive to navigate the future of work post-COVID-19, employee wellbeing has become one of the undisputed challenges for organisations across the globe. Investing in employee wellbeing is no longer a ‘nice-to-have’ but business critical.
However, cultivating a wellbeing-focused culture requires strategic leadership, including how to:
Identify, analyse and mitigate physical, psychological, social and environmental risks for your teams and organisation
The post-COVID-19 world requires exploring and addressing the changing nature of how and where we work, leaner teams, higher stress levels and a world full of increasing complexity. Through proactively addressing these issues, leaders can enhance physical and mental capacity, boost employee engagement and reduce the likelihood of other negative flow-on for both themselves and the business.
Creating a results-oriented wellbeing strategy that aligns to and supports business goals
This requires leaders to have an in-depth understanding of key principles and leading-edge global practice for developing an employee wellness strategy that works and sticks – at an individual, team and organisational level.
Optimise personal wellbeing to maintain effective and sustainable leadership
Ultimately, leaders need to be well to lead well. By prioritising wellbeing and understanding some of the key personal drivers, leaders can learn how to alleviate loneliness, work-life conflict and physical and mental stress, which can at times be a part of senior leadership roles.
This practical masterclass is led by an expert panel, positioning leaders as change agents for workplace wellbeing, which provides a critical competitive edge for both the organisations in which individuals lead and in their personal careers.
Key learning outcomes
- The business imperative for investing in workplace wellness – including improved workplace morale, productivity, engagement and risk mitigation – for a high-performing organisation.
- An exploration of personal wellbeing and self-care as a critical foundation for effective and sustainable leadership.
- Strategies for serving as role models and enablers for a healthy workplace and culture.
- A six-step framework for developing a results oriented and sustainable workplace wellbeing strategy for organisations of any size.
- Ways to foster a mentally healthy workplace, including responsibilities and obligations, and how to recognise and support employees with mental health issues.
Proudly supported by
Katrina Walton, Director, Wellness Designs
Katrina has built a reputation as a pioneer of workplace wellness. She has over 25 years ‘on-the-ground’ experience in the development and implementation of multi award-winning wellness and human capital solutions for small to large organisations across the globe. Katrina is a sought-after speaker and trainer, having presented throughout Australia, Europe and the United Kingdom, including as an Adjunct Lecturer with the Centre for Environment and Population Health, Griffith University.
Audrey McGibbon, Founder EEK & SENSE, Co-author GLWS Wellbeing
Audrey is a registered psychologist, researcher, author and speaker with 30 years’ experience of helping leaders reach, maintain and sustain peak performance, and to do so without having to make unacceptable trade-offs with their wellbeing, mental health or personal lives. Audrey has conducted extensive research into the factors that drive leaders’ wellbeing and performance and shares these insights via the Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey (GLWS), which comprehensively measures the multi-dimensional, subjective and dynamic nature of wellbeing.
Andrew Stock, Director, En Masse Asia
Andrew is based out of Hong Kong as a clinical psychologist and workplace facilitator. Andrew has significant experience working with multidisciplinary teams to deliver integrated and effective interventions. He is passionate about helping workplaces and individuals respond to relatively common mental health challenges, such as anxiety, stress and depression, and uses a combination of evidence-based techniques for addressing a range of psychological, emotional, relationship, work and/or academic-related problems and challenges.
You must attend all webinars to record a pass mark, plus a pre-viewing of a one-hour recorded webinar each week.
Following the masterclass, you will also have access to a series of additional support options to help them apply and embed key learnings back in the workplace. This includes:
- free 30-minute virtual wellness discovery session with leader and/or key stakeholders to discuss findings of workplace scanning exercise (refer assessment) to guide the development of a targeted and results-oriented strategy for their organisation (optional)
- Two months free initial access to The Hub – Australasia’s first knowledge centre for workplace wellness.
For more information on this and other masterclasses, please check our frequently asked questions (PDF, 132KB).
Your formal assessment will include:
- Complete Workplace Scanning Tool template, including key organisational and industry drivers, priorities, current status of health and wellbeing strategy (two to three pages)
- To guide completion of above, undertake 3 x 15-20 minute interviews with HR, Safety and/or employee representative/s
Fees and recognition
This masterclass is open to all, not just Deakin MBA students, and costs $1800 (inc. GST, no FEE-HELP). Two masterclasses can be stacked together to earn one credit point (as an elective unit) towards your Deakin MBA.
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