Refresh Webinar Series

Refresh Webinar Series

Welcome to ADIA's Refresh Webinar Series.

Join us to give new strength and energy to your business.

These webinars will be held on the third Tuesday of every second month.

 

Venue:Online
Starting:10:00 AM
Tuesday 21st September 2021
Ending:10:30 AM
Phone Enquiries:1300 943 094
Email Enquiries: events@adia.org.au
Presentation Information:

Presentation Topic:

5 Ways To Wellbeing; Make Them Yours Australia!

 

About the presentation

Doris will provide an understanding of the 5 Ways To Wellbeing framework, background and key messages.  This will also include an opportunity for participants to practice some of the 5 Ways not just hear about them.

The session will also provide practical examples of how the 5 Ways framework is being used by The Royal Melbourne Hospital and other organisations around Australia to support the wellbeing of staff and communities within and beyond covid 19 – And how these ideas could potentially be applied.

Participants will also be given an overview of the 5 Ways To Wellbeing Australia website and how to make the most of it for personal and collective staff wellbeing.

There will be an opportunity to have questions answered and a list of resources made available.

Doris will provide some suggestions for what companies can do to help maintain and improve the wellbeing of their employees.

Speaker Information:

About The Presenter

Doris Sant has worked in a Mental Health Promotion role with the Royal Melbourne Hospital, full time for the past 12 years.  Doris has a 3-year degree qualification in Youth and Community Development, and a post graduate degree in Health Promotion/ Public Health.  This is coupled with over 30 years professional experience,  working in the Health and Community sector with a broad-range of community and government organisations in roles that serve to improve collective and individual wellbeing.

One of her current projects with the Royal Melbourne Hospital is the , ‘5 Ways To Wellbeing Australia’ initiative that grew out of a local Melbourne project with diverse communities in 2012 that has since grown to embrace an Australia-wide participation involving hundreds of community members, professionals, organisations and communities.