Book NOW to save $200 off the standard price for a 2 Day or 4 Day Conference ticket!
We are delighted to be an Endorsing Partner for Happiness & Its Causes 2018 to be held 25 & 26 June at ICC Sydney.
There are still tickets available and we’ve secured another special discount for our members – use the VIP Discount Code ‘WAMHA’ to save $200 off the standard price for a 2 Day or 4 Day Conference ticket.
Have you ever been interested, intrigued or captivated by happiness and its underlying causes? Have you ever thought about how different aspects of our lives can affect our happiness and wellbeing? What do neuroscience, positive psychology and mindful self-compassion have to say?
With a world-class line up of 40+ leaders in psychology, neuroscience, the arts, health, education and more, Happiness & Its Causes 2018 offers a fascinating exploration of the many and varied causes for a happy, healthy and fulfilling life.
Take some time to explore the big questions in life and uncover what happiness and wellbeing mean to you, your loved ones and those in your care at Happiness & Its Causes, 25 & 26 June 2018, International Convention Centre Sydney.
Back by popular demand after two consecutive years, the 3rd Annual Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing conference is taking place in Sydney this coming May 2018 (21st – 23rd).
With fresh perspectives from over 30 speakers, 10 brand new case studies, interactive roundtables, panel discussions and key notes – this event offers unmissable insight into how you can improve mental health programs and minimise psychological injury across all levels of your organisation.
Attend this event and learn from leading organisations as they discuss key risk factors and implementation strategies for a healthier and more productive workforce.
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Member Discount for National Workers Compensation Summit in Sydney!
WayAhead Workplaces is proudly supporting the 19th edition of the National Workers’ Compensation Summit 2018 – taking place 20-21 February in Sydney. The Summit will once again serve as Australia’s premier platform for legislative updates and business case studies in the realm of workers’ compensation.
With perspectives from Federal and State Government, the Summit will analyse key topics such as:
- Reviewing and foreseeing the impact of regulatory and legislative changes
- Implementing successful RTW and Injury Management frameworks
- Utilising the benefits of technology
- Best practice methods for injury prevention and creating safer working environments
- Creating a fairer and more efficient system
- Workplace Mental Health
The Summit will unite executives and practitioners from a range of backgrounds including insurance carriers, government, health and medical services, finance, manufacturers, construction, transport, academia and business services.
For further information please click here.
In books and movies, on social media or in water cooler conversations, the holiday season is always a time of great happiness and cheer. However, it can also be a time of difficulty and sadness for many people. Here are some tips to help deal with the stress during this busy time of year.
A brave community for Australia’s most progressive Executives and Leaders dedicated to building resilient, healthy and positively-charged cultures where people and organisations thrive.
Are you an Executive or People Leader who believes workplaces can be kind and inspiring ecosystems for people to thrive? Are you driven to improve your company’s bottom line and at the same time, create a positively-charged environment where employees are happy, healthy and high performing? We invite you to join The Thriving Workplace movement and become a changemaker in your team, organisation and beyond!
Join other progressive leaders at the inaugural Thriving Workplace event to find out how organisations around the world are building thriving teams and organisations. We all know what we need to do as leaders – let’s now make it happen! Be part of this 2-day transformational-journey where you will take away an action plan for your business that you can put into practice straight away, whilst being supported by an awesome network of bold leaders to support and share your journey.
Communities thrive on diversity. The Thriving Workplace is designed for all People Leaders – whether you manage a team of 5 people or 500,000, work in Sales, HR or Strategy, come from a NFP, Public Sector, large multi-national or small start-up – we invite you to make a difference!
Workplace Wellness, Return to Work and Safety in Action Conferences
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Safety in Action Melbourne, Australia’s leading occupational health and safety event, dedicated to the safety, security and wellbeing of the Australian workforce is back this September. This year, Safety in Action presents three high-profile conferences focusing on Safety Strategy, Leadership and Culture, Workplace Wellness and Return to Work.
The 3rd annual Workplace Wellness Conference is a two-day, high profile conference for HR and Workplace Health & Wellbeing leaders. This year’s program will hear from industry leaders identifying strategies to enhance the mental and physical wellbeing and productivity of the Australian workforce. From state initiatives to stress management and promoting healthier lifestyles, the conference will focus on the best-practice case studies in Mental Health & Wellbeing. With over 350 delegates and 70+ speakers and the conferences, running in adjacent rooms, you will be able to switch sessions and plan a track to suit your requirements.
As a member of WayAhead Workplaces you can now take advantage of the special Early Bird member offer they have extended to us of $200 off the registration price. This offer is only available until the end of July and you need to email Sharon for the discount code before you register to verify your membership with us.
Workplace conflict and psychological risk management.
This in-depth, evidence-based workshop will help you understand how to design and build a wellbeing system that reduces psychosocial risk and fosters a positive workplace culture and civility in the face of individual and organisational conflict.
During this workshop participants will explore the following factors: