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UnLtd: Big Chat Mentally Healthy Work (SYD)

Price

$71.50 AUD + BF

$71.50 AUD + BF

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UnLtd: Big Chat Mentally Healthy Work (SYD)

Date and Time

Tue 5th Mar, 8:00 am - 10:00 am

Location

Facebook
L41, Tower/Two, 200 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Event description

Big Chat - Mentally Healthy Work 

Join us for breakfast on 5 March to find out how to create mentally healthy work places and get tips on how to look after your staffs’ and your own mental health. 

This event follows on from the results we released last year in the Mentally Healthy Survey, the first major study into the mental health of the creative, media and marketing industry. This session is designed to take the next step and look at what we as companies and individuals can do to help build a more supportive and mentally healthy industry for us all. 

We will hear from three speakers who will share their own personal experiences, insights and tips. We will then open up to a panel discussion where you are invited and encouraged to participate in the conversation about mentally healthy work. 

Agenda: 

8am: Arrival, tea & coffee and breakfast 

8:30am: Welcome from Facebook 

8:35am: Introduction by Nina Nyman, Head of Marketing, UnLtd 

8:40am: Mentally Healthy “mWe” - Mitch Wallis, Founder of Heart On My Sleeve
The importance of looking after your own mental health and how to set good example. 

9:00am: Accidental Counsellor - Elisabeth Shaw, CEO, Relationships Australia NSW
 What to do when a colleague or staff member comes to you with a problem and you become the “accidental counsellor”. 

9:20am: Smashing the Stigma - Jono Peatfield, batyr
How to encourage positive conversation about mental health at work and create a stigma-free environment. 

9:40am: Panel discussion - chaired by Facebook 

10am: End


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UnLtd is a social purpose organisation connecting the media, marketing and creative industries with charities helping children and young people at risk. Find out more at http://unltd.org.au/