How to improve Career Wellbeing in your organisation – Wellbeing Conference
Yesterday I spoke at the WayAhead Workplaces Annual Forum about the importance of connection for Career Wellbeing.
Professional development and career conversations are so powerful because they connect people in the workplace, improving their wellbeing, and by helping them to get more from their role – put simply, enjoy their job – compounding the impact.
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My highlights from the WayAhead Workplaces Annual Forum
- Dr Michelle H Lim – from the Australian Coalition to End Loneliness shared fascinating research on the impact of loneliness and how social anxiety can contribute.
- Carmen Betterridge – shared the important steps required for workplace suicide prevention.
- Mark Pittman – from Allianz gave insights from the ‘Here’s a thought’ online wellbeing program developed in partnership with Matthew Johnstone.
- Pete Jensen – shared what workplaces can do to engage their people and create a workplace people want to work in.
Roundtable Q&A sessions with members
The afternoon was spent in round table sessions where the speakers got quizzed by attendees. It was great to have that discussion with the passionate and engaged WayAhead members.
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