Event Details

Thursday, 8 October, 2020 - 11:30 to 12:30
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)






Event Organising Body: 
1300 469 674


Endorsed Training

It is estimated that 45% of the population will experience diagnosed depression or anxiety within their lifetime – that was before COVID19. There is a real challenge in staying mentally fit in the current climate, but where there is a challenge, there is also a huge opportunity for companies to support their employees.

Most workplace initiatives are useful but have been too heavily weighted in the ‘reactive’ space, potentially allowing for those in the vulnerable category to sink to a level of helplessness that makes the path back to good health extremely difficult.

The next proactive wave in this space is to normalise the importance of mental fitness in the same way that physical fitness is prioritised, using proven science from the positive psychology field as well as areas of neuroscience, brain chemistry, and behavioural science.

This webinar will look at the need for more focus and strategic planning around proactive interventions that work progressively and consistently to prevent mental illness and concurrently assist those already diagnosed.

Learning outcomes:

  • Learn to normalise the importance of mental fitness in the same way that physical fitness is prioritised
  • Discover workplace mental health initiatives that a proactive in nature
  • Use strategic planning around proactive interventions that work to progressively and consistently prevent/improve mental illness

Event Details

Date: Thursday 8 October 2020
Time: 11:30 - 12:30 (AEST)
Format: Webinar
Cost: Complimentary
AIHS CPD Points: 5 Points

Your Speaker

Greg McLoughlin HBD

About Greg McLoughlin

Greg McLoughlin is CEO of Health By Design International and a leader in the Australian workplace health industry, with 25 years of experience in the field.

Greg’s passion and expertise are focused on sustainable behavioural change and total population engagement. His unique strategies for employee health engagement have led Health by Design down a pathway of continual improvement in effective behavioural change strategies.

Health by Design works across numerous risk areas ranging from high performance to injury risk, general health, mental health and safety and has helped organisations throughout Australia, New Zealand and the USA. Health By Design’s program outcomes vastly exceed industry standards with their systems extracting voluntary monthly engagement from over 80% of the total workforce.

This event is endorsed by the AIHS and presented by MYOSH