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WA Ladies Connect with Julianne Sullivan
June 1 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC+8
Gain insights into the leadership skills required for employee wellbeing, and why this has become such a crucial area for business longevity. Learn about the impacts of poor health versus healthy people, on business performance – including financial impacts. Hear Julianne’s career insights into the pitfalls and safeguards in supporting unwell staff, and take away tried-and-tested foundational strategies to manage these processes well. Finally, discuss the emerging landscape of wellbeing in the workplace and why, as leaders, we hold the responsibility – and the power.
✅A snapshot of Leadership evolution through a ‘wellness’ lens
✅The Three C’s of supporting unwell employees to the best outcomes
✅Leadership development for Workplace Wellbeing: now and into the future
Lunch is included in your ticket price.
🎙️About the Speaker
With roots in psychology and worker’s compensation, Julianne has over 25 years’ experience in workplace health and is an accredited leadership & wellbeing coach. She combines her passions through her work as founder of Forefront Wellbeing, and her role as a Senior Wellbeing Advisor with Curtin University.
Julianne specialises in coaching and advising leaders who are faced with the ongoing daily pressures of achieving more with less; often leading to their own health and wellbeing challenges. She also advises leaders in identifying and managing workplace wellness issues (AKA ‘people problems’), consults on psychosocial risk management matters and provides individual recovery coaching; among Forefront Wellbeing’s other services.
She has piloted new initiatives with the Future of Work Institute and Curtin University; and is the creator of Forefront Wellbeing’s leadership program, bringing together evidence-based practice, practical leadership experience, lived experience, and proven coaching techniques.
Julianne’s vision: When we as business leaders put on our own oxygen masks first, and embody masterful leadership, we create a ripple effect. When we can send people home from work well, free of conflict and feeling engaged, valued and productive; we live in a world made happier.