Webinar: Combatting fatigue & boosting wellbeing

Friday, 10 September 2021

The psychological and physical impact of the past 18 months continues to be felt by many of us. TrackSAFE Foundation invites you to join our FREE webinar, ‘Combatting fatigue and boosting wellbeing’.

TrackSAFE will be joined by Heizy Serrels, National Manager Learning and Wellbeing Culture at the Centre for Corporate Health who will share practical strategies and tools designed to support us and our colleagues who may be combatting fatigue and burnout. The webinar will identify early warning signs of burnout and low motivation and provide practical wellbeing strategies to energise and support individuals and managers.

The Centre for Corporate Health specialises in helping individuals and organisations increase emotional resilience, best manage mental health issues and reduce workplace stress.

Heizy Serrels from the Centre for Corporate Health is the National Manager – Learning and Wellbeing Culture. Heizy is a registered psychologist who has over 10 years’ experience working in both private and public organizational settings providing a broad range of psychological and HR consultancy services. Her career has included positions in general human resources, education, counselling, and various clinical and non-clinical psychological positions. Heizy is an experienced coach, trainer and group facilitator, specialising in the areas of managing psychosocial risks within the workplace, people development, relationship management, communication skills, well-being, and team effectiveness. In her career she has had vast experience in psychological assessment methodology and implementation, including reporting on leadership success profiles.

We encourage you and your team members to take the time to join us for this important session.

Date: Friday, 10 September 2021
Time: 1230-130pm (EST)

Click here to join the webinar via Webex.
When joining you may be asked to include:
Event number: 2650 635 9692
Event password: TSwellbeing

If you or someone you know needs help with mental health and wellbeing, contact your Employment Assistance Program or Lifeline on 13 11 14.

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