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Mental Health Awareness  and Business Sustainability: CANCELLED


Thu 19 Oct 2017, 3:30pm–6:00pm

Where: The Lunchroom, 45 Queen Street, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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Three thirty itis?

Come join us, Nz rowing great Rob Waddell, Tournament Director of the ASB Tennis Classic Karl Budge, Pinnacle Life CEO Michelle Van Gaalen and The Mental Health Foundation’s Lisa Ducat; for drinks, canapes, and networking!

In support of Mental Health Awareness week, Base 2 along with our partners are hosting this fantastic event for business managers, leaders and staff around the importance of how we keep our People, Managers and Business unit thriving in a competitive fast-paced environment.

Come listen to our prolific speakers bringing you expert experience around success in driving Organisations, leading high achieving Teams and how this coincides with your personal and mental well being. and walk away inspired.

Ticket Includes:
Selection of Canapes
Wine, Beer, Non Alcoholic Beverages until 5.30pm
Proceeds from ticket sales goes to The Mental Health Foundation

About the Speakers:

- Rob Waddell
Rob is a multi-talented New Zealander, sportsman, family-man, and entrepreneur. Rob is known as New Zealand’s only Gold Medallist at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and as a key part of the Emirates Team New Zealand Sailing Crew in San Francisco in 2013. He has a long list of achievements in these sports and also off the water. His rowing career was topped off by Olympic Gold at Sydney 2000.
Rob was the first recipient to win the Sportsperson of the Year Supreme Halberg Award for three consecutive years, a feat only shared by one other person. As Chef de Mission, Rob leads the New Zealand Olympic and Commonwealth Games teams. This leadership role sees Rob responsible for setting standards of excellence, overseeing the planning and preparation of the games management teams and ensuring the athletes and their NSOs have what they need to achieve within the complex Olympic and Commonwealth Games environments.

- Karl Budge
Tennis Auckland Tournament Director. Karl is an International strategic sports administrator who has played a key role building the ASB Classic, WTA, Australian Open and FIFA brands globally.
True international experience having held management level positions in China, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand and operating/implementing events and commercial operations in the US and the Middle East. Karl has a detailed understanding of the commercialization of sport having developed and managed global sponsorships for blue-chip brands including Rolex, BMW, Sony, Adidas, Virgin, Coca-Cola, BNP Paribas, IBM and Emirates on major sporting properties.

- Michelle van Gaalen
CEO Pinnacle Life, Michelle has a passion for delivering customer and business outcomes through people. A senior executive with proven strengths in strategy, marketing, sales & service, operations, leadership and change management. Michelle has led teams of over 2000 people, working with all organisational levels from CEO to ‘shop floor’, across a number of countries and a range of industries, she has covered the entire gamut of business from P&L accountability to strategy development, operational implementation, HR, IT, finance, and sales and marketing, in both head office and front line roles.

- Lisa Ducat
Lisa Ducat works in Health Promotion and Community Engagement at the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand. Her area of focus is mental well being at work, including the development and delivery of workplace resources and information. Lisa facilitates workshops that give attendees practical steps that can be used immediately in the workplace. Most recently, Lisa led the successful launch of the Open Minds resource that supports managers wanting to have conversations with their staff about mental health issues.

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