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Mental Health Issues at Work: How to have the conversation

Ever felt unsure about how to discuss mental health with a colleague you are concerned about or manage?

  • Dates:Nov 21
  • Time(s):9:00am to 12:00pm
  • Venue:The Platform, L3, 256 Adelaide Terrace, Perth

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses
  • Industry:Finance,Leadership,Education,Mining,Oil & Gas,Engineering,Human Resources
  • Hosted By:Curtin University

Description

One of the key pillars of the  Thrive at Work framework is  Mitigate illness, and an illness organisations are increasingly having to manage is mental ill health. When done well, organisations identify employees who are experiencing mental ill health, support employees who are impaired to get well again, and assist those who have been unwell to return to the workplace.
 
Privacy, confidentiality and uncertainty about what to say without causing upset or offence are some of the reasons that stop us having difficult conversations about mental health.

Likewise, there are barriers for employees who may find it difficult to raise concerns about mental health and wellbeing: fear of being misunderstood or their job being under threat, stigma and myths about mental ill health, etc.

The workshop will provide an easy to use framework and simple, practical tips for people in workplaces who need to respond to someone they are concerned about.

It is suitable for managers, supervisors, HR staff, CEOs, OHS staff and anyone who wants to learn how to understand how to respond appropriately when someone has a mental health issue.

What to expect
This masterclass will:

  • Provide an overview of the reasons we need to look out for people and how to identify someone who might be struggling at work.
  • Discuss the importance of knowing your people and fostering high quality connections.
  • Identify the barriers to having a conversation with someone who may have a mental health issue
  • Identify the challenges for someone to speak up about their mental health issues in the workplace.
  • Provide some guidelines for preparing, undertaking and bringing courage to a conversation.
  • Discuss and understand the importance of empathy.

The workshop will be interactive and participants will have an opportunity to share their experiences and have Q & A time.

Emotional Intelligence Workshop

A four-part workshop to help improve you and your team’s emotional intelligence skills through practical strategies.

  • Dates:25 Nov and 2 Dec
  • Time(s):8.30am to 12.30pm
  • Venue:Curtin St Georges Terrace

Details

  • Type:Workshops
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education,Mining,Oil & Gas,Engineering,Human Resources,Environment
  • Hosted By:Curtin University

Description

In this workshop, you will learn to identify and apply practical strategies to improve your emotional intelligence skills with a focus on your self-perception, self-expression, interpersonal, decision-making, and stress management that we encounter every day in our personal lives and the workplace.

Everyone has emotions and you can improve your ability to recognize them in others and yourself and adjust them accordingly. These skills are essential in all workplaces especially for those in roles that require the provision of care, teamwork and leadership.

Join us for this workshop being held over two days on Monday 25 November and Monday 2 December 2019.

This is a four-part workshop:

  • An online self-assessment. 
  • A one-on-one online session with Dr Nigel Gribble.
  • Two half-day workshops at Curtin St Georges Terrace.
  • A two-hour group follow up session in the New Year.

Studies have shown that people with advanced emotional intelligence skills will have better job performance and leadership skills.

This workshop is suited to leaders, managers and any staff wishing to up-skill on the fundamentals of emotional intelligence in the workplace and in their personal lives.

If you wish to increase productivity, have efficient meetings, build team resilience and less overall stress then register now.

AusIMM International Mining Geology Conference 2019

‘Mining Geology: 2020 and Beyond’ and will be looking at emerging technologies and their impact on the future of our industry.

  • Dates:November 25 - November 26 2019
  • Time(s):8.45 am - 5:00 pm
  • Venue:Crown Perth

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses,Networking,Talks,Conventions
  • Industry:Mining

Description

AusIMM’s International Mining Geology Conference will be held in Perth on 25-26 November 2019. This year’s conference theme is ‘Mining Geology: 2020 and Beyond’ and will be looking at emerging technologies and their impact on the future of our industry.

Delegates will come away from the two-day conference with a greater understanding of current and emerging best practice in data collection and mining geology, advances in technology and how to maximise orebody value and drive productivity improvement.

AmCham Luncheon: Energy and Infrastructure in 2035

Join AmCham as Azad Hessamodini, President-Strategy and Growth will share with you Wood's outlook on these industrial markets and what the world could look like in 2035.

  • Dates:November 28
  • Time(s):12pm-2pm
  • Venue:Crown

Details

  • Type:Talks,Lunches
  • Industry:Mining,Oil & Gas,Engineering
  • Hosted By:AmCham

Description

We are living in a rapidly changing world and now more than ever we need a vision for the future which is ambitious about our potential, realistic about the pace of change, and navigates new challenges and shifting objectives.

Scenario planning is an important tool used at Wood to explore and understand the possibilities of the global energy transition and rising demand for sustainable infrastructure over the next 15 years. The insights and considerations into the geopolitical, social and economic drivers that will affect the rate of innovation and adoption of renewable and low carbon energy alternative are imperative to successfully identifying opportunities while considering the risks.

Join AmCham  as Azad Hessamodini, President-Strategy and Growth will share with you Wood's outlook on these industrial markets and what the world could look like in 2035.

To what extent could energy source provision, distribution and demand change… Can the worst effects of climate change be avoided? What are the pressures on aging infrastructure in an increasingly urbanised world?  Is a complete transformation of the global energy system not only possible but achievable? Or will a politically and economically fragmented society stagnate the energy transition?

A Rugby Christmas

A Rugby Christmas Brought to you by FIIG Securities and the Perth Rugby Business Network.

  • Dates:Dec 10
  • Time(s):5:30pm - 7:30pm
  • Venue:Level 1, 131 St Georges Terrace

Details

  • Type:Networking
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Mining,Oil & Gas,Engineering,Human Resources,Real Estate,Technology

Description

The South Africans have already received their Rugby Christmas present!

So what can the Australians, Kiwi's , Poms, Welsh, Irish, Scots, Argies, French and other rugby playing nations look forward to in their Christmas stockings!

Join the Perth RBN in the FIIG Securities boardroom to find out.

We will have the insight of ex- Wallaby Mark Connors.

Mark Connors

Mark is the Head of Private Client Solutions and Intermediaries at FIIG Securiuties.

He has a diverse background including legal, financial services, professional sport, rugby commentary, charity work and Board directorships. Following completion of his law degree at QUT he practiced as a lawyer in Brisbane over a 10 year period and combined this with a professional rugby union sporting career representing both the Queensland Reds and Wallabies.

Mark’s rugby career highlights include winning the 1999 World Cup as well as Bledisloe Cup and Tri-Nations Series’ victories with the Wallabies, and Super 10 Championship wins with the Queensland Reds. During his professional rugby union career he also lived and played rugby in both England and Japan, has been a frequent speaker and presenter including holding a long time rugby commentary role with Radio 4TAB over two decades. Mark previously served on the Board of the Australia Rugby Union from 2007 to 2012 and then as a Director of the Queensland Rugby Union from April 2012 until July 2019. In February 2017, he joined the Board of the Australia Japan Foundation which is Australia’s oldest cultural council supporting people-to-people links underpinning this key bilateral and regional relationship.

Mark worked in the Financial Services Industry with Wilson HTM for 10 years before joining FIIG in mid-2016 as its Queensland State Manager. He was appointed as FIIG’s Head of Private Client Solutions in June 2018. Mark is still serving as a current Board Member of the Australia Japan Foundation.

Our Host

Darryl Bruce

Darryl has almost 20 years’ experience working in the financial services sector across Australia, UK and New Zealand. Prior to joining FIIG in early 2014 Darryl worked as a corporate bond fund manager for a 200+ year old private bank in the UK for 8 years. This included the tumultuous period before, during and after the GFC.

After working at FIIG as a private client dealer for almost two years Darryl was appointed head of FIIG’s business in Western Australia in late 2015.

We look forward to seeing you all there, for what should be a great evening of networking business and rugby.

Workplace Relations in a Modern Workplace

A masterclass designed for those who need practical knowledge on everyday issues in employee relations.

  • Dates:12 March 2020
  • Time(s):9am to 4pm
  • Venue:Curtin St Georges Terrace

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Agriculture,Education,Mining,Oil & Gas,Engineering,Human Resources,Technology
  • Hosted By:Curtin University

Description

As modern workplaces grow increasingly complex, organisations must ensure that they maintain their knowledge of workplace and employee relations.

Australia’s Fair Work Ombudsman recently delivered celebrity chef George Calombaris a $200,000 ‘contrition’ fine for underpaying more than 500 of his current and former employees a total of $7.8 million.

That well-publicised case highlighted that Australia’s industrial relations landscape is complex and precarious. It is particularly tricky for organisations that lack in-house IR practitioners and employment lawyers.

Our one-day masterclass, is designed to address challenges faced by those in corporate, non-profit, local government, consultancy along with SME owners in all sectors – HR professionals in organisations without discrete IR expertise would also find this masterclass highly valuable.

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