Mental health is important for workplaces and their employees, particularly with COVID 19 and the whirlwind of stress it generates. Defining what mental health in your workplace looks like assists to provide context to your team and clarity regarding available support.
Sharing with your staff how working from home may affect their psychological safety, then you can commence guiding conversations highlighting how the company will support them through early intervention pathways if required.
Coraggio is delighted to extend a complimentary invitation to join us to hear first-hand how you can expand and future-proof your business followed by an upfront and personal keynote speaker session with Ally Kelly, the Chief Executive Officer & Founder of Mind Blank Ltd.
Opened by Coraggio’s CEO, Richard Skarzynski, who will discuss how being a part of a Coraggio peer-to-peer Advisory Board provides a sustainable solution to navigate your business effectively throughout 2021 and beyond, followed by Ally’s insights into:
- What are some workplace psychosocial hazards to identify which may impact your employees’ mental health?
- How to implement early intervention strategies at work to avoid burnout
- What role do managers and supervisors play on staff’s wellbeing?
About Ally Kelly
Chief Executive Officer & Founder, Mind Blank
Ally Kelly is the Chief Executive Officer & Founder of Mind Blank Ltd, a charity aiming to reduce the risk of suicide through interactive workshops in schools, workplaces and communities. Ally has led the organisation through ten years of service.
In 2017 Ally’s efforts were recognised winning the NSW State Mental Health Matters Award. In 2019, she was presented with the internationally recognised Mental Health Services Award for Mental Illness Prevention at the British Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Ally’s mission is to lead an empowered journey by highlighting her experiences and sharing her story. She will take you on a creative adventure highlighting insights regarding how she was able to awaken her inner voice.
As a founder of a small bespoke community charity, Ally has recognised Australia lacks the body research to demonstrate evidence regarding the long-term benefits of arts and health programs. Through research and program evaluation she aspires to support community arts programs and grassroots initiatives towards a sustainable impact for Australian communities.
About Richard Skarzynski
Chief Executive Officer, Coraggio
Richard is a leader committed to delivering significant value, enabling business owners and entrepreneurs to future proof their business. He has been a Chair of Coraggio for more than six years and the CEO since 2017.
Pre meeting requirements
Seating d to this complimentary session is limited and aimed specifically at established business owners and entrepreneurs. Following your registration, you will be contacted by Simone Dunlop from Coraggio’s Advisory Team.
Who should attend?
- Businesses turning over a minimum of $500K
- Established business owners, business leaders and entrepreneurs
- Businesses seeking to scale or sell.
To find out more about this event and the eligibility criteria please contact Simone Dunlop on 0406222361 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Friday 23 April 2021
Venue: Eagle Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
Arrive: 9:00AM (9:30AM start) to 12:30PM
Morning tea will be served at 11:00AM. Food and beverages are individually packaged according to the Government’s regulation guidelines and physical distancing measures.