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Health and Wellbeing Summit

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This second “Health and Well-being Summit” is another half-day program that continues to focus on the health and well-being of yourself, your people, and the bottom line of your company.

Topics will include Managing violence in the workplace, Secondary stresses and consequences of Covid, Interpreting body language and Guest presenter Rob Veale who will bring his vast experience to share with attendees.

You can expect to come away inspired and armed with tools to strengthen your physical, mental, emotional and social wellness – to take care of yourself, and in turn, others.

Welcome Housekeeping Introduction

Helen Mason - Coolspring Consulting Ltd
Managing violence in the workplace
- Types of workplace violence
- Mitigating the risk of violence to your workers and the general public
- Learnings from recent violent events in New Zealand

Annette Beautrais - SCDHB
Secondary stresses and consequences of Covid
- How workplaces can support the wellbeing of their team during uncertain times
- How workplaces can support their team to manage stress
- Promoting the use of online resources for stress and anxiety

Steph Holloway - Elemental Potential
How to use body language to notice more and react/respond sooner

Afternoon Tea

Guest Presenter Rob Veale
Rob has worked to reduce domestic violence and the effects of domestic violence on whānau as a police officer, detective, national and international advisor. A compelling speaker with over 30 years combined experience.

Closing and reflections

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