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16 February 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEDT*
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COVID-19 has had an impact on the way we work and live. We have all been impacted in unique ways and we cannot fully know what is going on in someone else's life that may affect their mental health and wellbeing.
How do we best respond with empathy and compassion to support each other and ourselves, to build resilience in an ever-changing world?
This session is ideal for anyone seeking to better understand:
- The mental health continuum
- The impact of COVID-19 on our work, workplaces, and vulnerable populations
- How to support each other and ourselves
For further information about this professional development program, please contact Bec Ciavarella, Event Manager.
At the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Understand the difference between mental health and mental illness
- Identify factors contributing to thriving workplaces
- Develop skills for empathy, compassion, and resilience to foster positive interactions
- Explain where to find further resources and support
Are you interested in sponsorship opportunities for ANZIIF webinars? For more information on how your organisation can benefit as a sponsor of this leading professional development program, please contact Sara Cheong, Sponsorship Executive by phone on +61 3 9613 7200 or by email at [email protected].
Workplace Wellbeing Consultant
Tracy Margieson is an experienced workplace wellbeing consultant and facilitator. Prior to commencing with SuperFriend, Tracy held the role of Head of Program at Arts Centre Melbourne, where she established and led the Arts Wellbeing Collective, an award-winning program promoting positive mental health and wellbeing in the performing arts industry. Previous roles include senior positions in festivals and events management, marketing and communications, and freelance consultancy for a variety of organisations.
Tracy holds a post-graduate Certificate in Business Psychology (University of Western Australia, 2020), a post-graduate Certificate in Arts and Entertainment Management (Deakin University, 2012), where she was awarded the George Fairfax Fellowship for top graduate, and a Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) from Sydney University. Tracy is also a qualified Mental Health First Aid instructor.