We are delighted to invite you to the 2018 Women in Super National Road Show and are excited to announce that our keynote speaker this year will be Lucy Brogden. Lucy is the Chair and Commissioner of the National Mental Health Commission and interim Chair of the Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance.
One in two Australians is now experiencing mental ill-health, and work-related mental health disorders are a major concern in Australian workplaces. Compensation claims are costing $480 million a year and the health consequences and stress endured by affected employees and their families can be severe.
What can we do to create a positive culture in our organisation to prevent these issues? How can we provide, or improve already existing, programs in our workplace to enable us and our colleagues to perform without compromising our health?
Join us to hear Lucy answer these questions and more, and take a step towards improving the mental health of your organisation.
DATES AND LOCATIONS
Perth: Tuesday 7 August - Registrations have now closed
Adelaide: Wednesday 8 August - Registrations have now closed
Sydney: Monday 13 August - Registrations have now closed
Canberra: Wednesday 15 August - Registrations have now closed
Darwin: Thursday 23 August - Registrations have now closed
Hobart: Tuesday 28 August - Registrations have now closed
Melbourne: Wednesday 29 August - Registrations have now closed
Brisbane: Tuesday 11 September - Registrations have now closed
This event is open to all (members, non-members, women and men).
ABOUT LUCY BROGDEN
Lucy Brogden is the Chair and Commissioner for the National Mental Health Commission and the Interim-Chair and Commissioner for the Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance. She is a highly regarded psychologist with a focus on organisational psychology. Lucy is passionate and committed to helping others, particularly in the workplace and the community, and is dedicated to ensuring mental health and wellbeing is a national priority for Australia.
Taking an evidenced based approach to problem solving, Lucy has more than 25 years’ experience working successfully with companies like Ernst & Young and the Macquarie Group. She has also held advisory roles with some of Australia’s leading CEOs, managing partners, ministers and chairs in investment banking, finance, law and government. At the beginning of 2018, Lucy became a member of the Suicide Prevention Project Reference Group that reports to the Mental Health Principal Committee.
In 2015 Lucy Brogden was announced as a winner in the Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards. She received the award for her continued contribution to the work of the National Mental Health Commission and her leadership and support, in particular on the Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance, which encourages workplaces to become mentally healthy.
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