Employer of Choice Breakfast Hobart - Building healthy and supportive workplaces
Tuesday 22 October from 7.00 am to 8.45 a.m
Hotel Grand Chancellor
$15 includes breakfast
Owner and Head Mindset Coach,
Top Five Movement
Positive Thinking is Not Enough - brain changing hacks and tools for building stronger cultures and supportive, productive and mentally healthy workplaces.
Clare is a TEDx speaker, a Centre for Sustainability Leaders Fellow and International Coach of the Year finalist. From working with thousands across hundreds of organisations and forty countries she knows a thing or two about why "just being positive and mindful" doesn't cut it in the real world.
In Tasmania, we've seen Clare’s work clearly help staff to embrace significant change, support each other to overcome workplace challenges and build better relationships with each other and customers.
The Top Five Movement is an award winning training organisation and is based in Melbourne and Hobart.
In this session also includes You'll also have the opportunity to hear from St Luke's Health General Manager of People and Culture, Barbara Brown. Barb will share insights from multi-award winning programs, an industry disrupting approach to training and a unique approach to developing leadership.
Healthy Business Performance Group
Leading a healthy business – sustainable wellbeing through a strategic approach.
HBP Group is one of Australia's leading corporate risk identification, fatigue, health and injury prevention service providers - specialising in engaging, outcomes based solutions using on-site health programs and proprietary digital services that incorporate the highest levels of expertise, systems and interactive support.
This session will focus on three key success factors, with key tips and take-away actions to help you
Case studies include Hydro Tasmania’s 12 year commitment to sustainable, strategic wellbeing.
Employer of Choice Program Partners will lead café conversations on a range of topics – you’ll get to exchange ideas for 20 minutes on one of the following.
Mentally healthy workplace - integrating personal and team plans
Linda Sheahan, Workplace Engagement Manager
Strategic and sustainable wellbeing – “it’s the way we do things here”
Cameron Blight, Project Manager
Dept Police, Fire and Emergency Management
Skilling your workforce for change
Julie Boulter, Manager Tasmania
Action learning exchange – come and try peer to peer learning
Genevieve Cother, Manager
Business Action Learning Tasmania
Positive thinking is not enough
Clare Desira, Head Mindset Coach
Top Five Movement
Workplace wellbeing programs – key success factors
Al Dickins, CEO
Healthy Business Group
Strategic selection – get the right people first time
Dr Simon Fishwick, Director
Individual behaviour change for better wellbeing at work
Penni Lamprey, Director Healthy Happy Staff Australian HR Institute
Mentoring, apprentices and trainees – support for success
Kim Taylor, State Manager
|Future proof your business – planning for significant events (e.g. natural disaster) and ideas to keep cash coming in|
Kelly Brown, Manager
Becoming an Employer of Choice -Awards and Renewal
John Furness, Program Manager
Employer of Choice
Registrations close on Friday 18 October at 12 noon.
This breakfast precedes the Worksafe Month workshop on 22 October –
Positive Work Culture with Garry Mills
at Hotel Grand Chancellor starting at 9.00 am until 12.30 pm
Employer of Choice partners provide a range of programs to help you build better workplaces and support your staff.
Australian HR Institute State Conference
Hobart – Friday 1 November, 8.30 am to 5.00 pm
To all HR professionals and people leaders
Please join us for the one day 2019 Hobart State Conference, featuring national thought leaders and local HR experts.
Gain fresh insights from an outstanding line-up of speakers on HR innovations and trends. Gain practical tools to shape the HR landscape in your organisation, including building and facilitating workplace well-being, embracing digital transformation, leadership, culture and diversity.
The Mind Games Race for Research 2019
Hobart – Friday 18 October
Does your organisation have what it takes to be The Mind Games Race for Research inaugural champions? Raise the red flag for mental health and register now.
Fifty Tasmanian businesses will battle it out in an epic, action-packed event. Teams of five will tackle ten top-secret challenges designed to test general skills, creativity and team work. Registration is $2 500 for a team of five – register, full details and contact at www.themindgames.com.au