Building Personal Resilience Webinar15 November 2018
Psychologist and Superfriend facilitator Paul Clifford will outline key strategies for supporting mental health in the workplace for architects in small and medium practice. Book NOW for our final national webinar of the year on 5 December.
Do you sometimes find yourself working round the clock to meet an impossible deadline? Forgetting to eat? Unable to sleep? Not giving your body and mind the rest and recuperation it needs to operate at its best? Are you aware of the dangers of neglecting your general health and wellbeing – to yourself but also to your business?
Supporting mental health in the workplace has never been more important. Join us on 5 December for a timely refresher on the importance of building personal resilience for SME owners. This webinar is kindly brought to you by Cbus through their partnership with workplace mental health provider, Superfriend. The Building Personal Resilience for SME owners webinar has been developed by Superfriend and facilitator Paul Clifford, and will cover the following topics::
- Mental illness in Australia.
- The unique challenges that small and medium business owners face.
- The state of mental health and wellbeing of small to medium business owners.
- The impact of mental illness on business.
- Practical strategies for building the personal resilience of small and medium size business owners.
Our speaker – Paul Clifford
Paul is a registered organisational psychologist and experienced practitioner in the areas of employee assessment, training and development, organisational design and performance management. Paul’s 15 years of experience span the areas of organisational review; psychometric testing and assessment; recruitment and selection; HR strategy; performance measurement and evaluation; individual coaching; recruitment, management and conflict resolution training; mediation and outplacement.
Before joining FBG Group, Paul worked with LINK HR Consulting, a small team of psychologists and HR practitioners assisting clients to improve their human resource and business outcomes. Paul designed and delivered many of LINK’s training programs, project managed its national outplacement program, carried out several organisational reviews and consulted to organisations on issues such as leadership development, performance management and recruitment and selection. Prior roles included HR Advisor at Accenture and Recruitment Consultant at Coles Myer and National Mutual.
Paul works with clients in both the private and public sectors and has worked with organisations in industries as diverse as financial services, health care, energy, manufacturing, information technology and government.
Wednesday, 5 December 2018
WA 9.30pm registration for 10–11am
NT 11am for 11.30am–12.30pm
Qld 11.30am for 12–1pm
SA 12pm registration for 12.30–1.30pm
NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas 12.30 pm registration for 1–2pm
CPD questions for this webinar will be distributed through host venues and also directly to attendees participating remotely. Questions will also be accessible for download during the webinar.
This event will deliver one hour of formal CPD. Please keep your receipt (which includes attendee names) and completed questions for your records. If you specifically require a certificate of attendance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information, contact Katherine Ygosse at email@example.com or 0413 520 548.
The ACA National Webinars are hosted by ACA members across Australia. Members located close to a host office can choose to meet with others for the event, combining professional development with an opportunity to chat with fellow members and actively participate in the national discussion.
Remote log-in is available for those who can't make it to a host office or require the added convenience of participating in the webinar from their chosen location. Log in details for the webinar will be distributed to remote access ticket holders in the week prior to the event.
Recording access – If you know you can't make it to the live webinar, but would still like to attend, you can book to receive access to the recording and materials after the webinar.
Venues are listed below.
Level 7 232 Victoria Parade
Ph 03 9418 3333
New South Wales
Fulton Trotter Architects
Level 3, 35 Spring Street
Ph 02 9369 5941
Suite 2, 19 Harris Street
Ph 02 8569 5000
Unit 13, 829 Old Northern Road
Ph 02 9651 6500
Fulton Trotter Architects
18 Portman Lane,
Ph 07 3291 1511
JPE Design Studio
Level 4/19 Gilles Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Ph 08 8406 4000
360 Murray Street
Ph 08 9433 6000
Meyer Shircore and Associates
Suite 2, Ground Floor
437 Roberts Road
Ph 08 9381 8511
1c Pearse Street
Ph 08 6500 3242
Members in the NT and Tasmania can log in online.
This webinar has been brought to you by ACA Partner Cbus and developed by SuperFriend, a workplace mental health provider that helps 'all profit to member' superannuation funds to promote and support improved mental health and wellbeing for their members, through the workplace. This webinar has been provided by SuperFriend for the purpose of promoting awareness and education about mental health and wellbeing related issues. It does not take the place of any professional medical help, diagnosis or treatment. If you are in crisis, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14.
Cbus’ partnership with SuperFriend provides member employers with opportunities to create mentally healthy workplaces. Visit www.superfriend.com.au for more information.