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Workplace wellbeing: How to improve individual wellbeing and organisational performance

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Date: 11 December 2014 at 03:00 am Presenters Name: Kirsty Burke Run Time: 60 Location: Online Materials Price: $40 (in AUD)

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The benefits of workplace wellbeing are significant and far-reaching – for employees themselves, and for organisational performance. An environment where employees are given the support and resources to flourish is critical to strengthen workplace culture, while broadening the impact of organisational work.

This webinar will provide inspiration for tangible initiatives to be used by organisations, in order to improve productivity and performance.

In this session, Kirsty Burke, General Manager of the Young and Well CRC will cover how to:

  • Create valuable ways of working, through flexible, mindful and supportive workplaces
  • Provide opportunities for team-building, personal and professional growth.
  • Ensure wellbeing is lived by all team members by facilitating innovative engagement in day-to-day work.

Who should attend?

Workplace wellbeing isn’t just in the realm of HR Managers – anyone with an interest in creating a positive workplace culture, fostering individual wellbeing and increasing organisation performance should attend.

Can’t make the date?

If you pay and register for any of our Executive Webinars, you will also receive the slide pack and full video recording. So if your schedule is tight, you can watch it in your own time.


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Kirsty Burke

Kirsty Burke

Kirsty Burke is the General Manager of the Young and Well CRC. With more than 18 years’ experience working in management roles, Kirsty oversees all operational, human resource, and administration systems for not-for-profit organisation, Young and Well CRC.

Prior to this, Kirsty worked with and consulted to many respected national and international brands in the retail and client services sectors, where she mastered her skills in workplace facilitation and corporate training. 

Kirsty holds a degree in Psychology, and has a long-held interest in supporting mental health and wellbeing in the community.

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