Join this 60-minute webinar to learn how to be fully prepared to re-engage effectively with your staff when you return to working with each other face-to-face.
We have all been changed by this pandemic, and realise the team that returns to your workplace will not be the same as the team that left.
In this session, our presenters will explain the impact of this uncertainty on our brains to help you bring your teams to optimal performance during this pandemic.
This webinar will provide an insight into how our brain works and the impact of change on its performance.
During this webinar, we will draw on neuroscience research to give you:
- An understanding of what’s happening in our brains during this pandemic
- A five-point framework of modern-day threats to understand neuroscience in the workplace
- An insight into your role as leader during these times
- A host of practical ideas to help your employees work at their potential.
NGO Recruitment will also share with you results from its current survey on employee wellbeing during the pandemic which will help you understand what may be happening in your own workplaces.
Who should attend?
This webinar is aimed at people leaders of for-purpose organisations.
Pricing and webinar details:
- Online event – in this interactive session, you’ll have the chance to have your questions answered live by our presenters.
- Individual access from $55 (Don’t forget! If your organisation is listed in the Guide to Giving, you’re entitled to a 10% discount. If you don’t remember how to redeem your discount, email us at email@example.com)
Ticket price includes:
- Live access to the webinar — all you need is a computer and/or phone
- Access to the interactive chat box to have your questions answered live
- Digital Post Webinar Pack — the packs are emailed to you a week after the webinar and include the audio and visual recordings, slide deck, and (if purchased) the webinar book. The webinar book includes the session’s transcript with corresponding slides, the live chat stream and presenter notes.
About the presenters:
Richard Green, Director of NGO Recruitment will host the webinar. With over 25 years’ not-for-profit sector recruitment experience, Richard is widely recognised as Australia’s leading not-for-profit recruitment specialist.
Carol Lewis is a senior human resources practitioner with over 15 years of consulting and organisational development experience. Her clients range from SMEs, private sector, government agencies and not-for-profit organisations. Carol’s solutions-oriented approach, underpinned by a master’s in business, to supporting organisational development has seen her successfully transform entire organisations from the administration team through to CEO’s, board members and directors.
Joan Flatt is a highly experienced coach who specialises in career, outplacement and leadership coaching. Her passion over the past 15 years has been working with individuals to enhance their ability to effectively manage and exceed their career expectations. Joan has tertiary qualifications in psychology and adult education and has extensive experience across the finance, banking, legal, retail, IT, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, not-for-profit and government sectors.
Dr. Cathy Kezelman AM is a medical practitioner, President of Blue Knot Foundation National Centre of Excellence for Complex Trauma and co-author of a number of seminal documents related to trauma, trauma-informed practice and wellbeing. She is a prominent voice in the media and at conferences, as well as the author of a memoir chronicling her journey of recovery from child sexual abuse: Innocence Revisited– a tale in parts.
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