Leading for Wellbeing | DFFH
March 29 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
One event on March 29, 2023 at 10:00 am
One event on April 27, 2023 at 10:00 am
One event on May 30, 2023 at 10:00 am
Leading for well-being seminar series are all about how to build thriving teams and workplaces. Please register for each individual seminar via Eventbrite.
- Seminar One – 28 February 2023 – Creating a shared understanding of workplace, health, safety and wellbeing.
- Seminar Two – 29 March 2023 – Workplace health, safety and wellbeing in practice – Psychological safety to reduce harm and burnout.
- Seminar Three – 27 April 2023 – Extending workplace health, safety and wellbeing learning – Cultural safety and holistic healing. Co-facilitated with an Aboriginal professional.
- Seminar Four – 30 May 2023 – Responding to your workplace health, safety and wellbeing needs – tying it all together.
The Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH) is offering a series of free 90-minute Leading for wellbeing seminars for Family Violence, Prevention and Sexual Assault managers, team leaders, coordinators, Human Resource staff, emerging sector leaders and interested practitioners and workers.
Facilitated by the world-renowned Health, Safety and Wellbeing expert, Dr. Michelle McQuaid, the series is designed to respond to your workplace wellbeing queries and share your success stories and challenges.
Dr. Michelle McQuaid was the top-rated speaker for the 2020 Leadership Intensives and Alumni Fireside Chats. The new seminar series will build on the previous conversations in relation to workplace health, safety and wellbeing and contribute to DFFH’s commitment to building leadership capability in the family violence, prevention and sexual assault workforces.
Each seminar extends the learning for the previous one, however you are welcome to attend any of the seminars even if you haven’t attended the ones before.
As well as the seminars, you can explore the resources and tools already available to support your organisational health, safety and wellbeing.