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Event Details

Wednesday, 21 September, 2022 - 18:00 to 19:30
Australian Western Standard Time (AWST)
WA Branch

Location

Edith Cowan University, Mt Lawley Campus
2 Bradford St, Mount Lawley WA 6050
Mount Lawley WA 6050
Australia

Cost

AIHS member $25 +GST

Non-member $45 +GST

Contact

Event Organising Body: 
Australian Institute of Health & Safety
Phone: 
(03) 8336 1995

Type

Networking Event
WISH

The Australian Institute of Health & Safety and the Women in Safety & Health Western Australia committee, invites you to join them for their Bust your busyness Event on Wednesday 21 September 2022. 

Bust Your Busyness  The world we live and work in today is constantly ON, with immediate access to emails, information, 24-hour online shipping and TV streaming services o name but a few. Technology as no off switch, so it relies on our discipline and the example we set for others.

The sheer level of busy in our personal and work lie sometimes makes people feel tired just by listening to what we do in a day, week, or month. The pandemic assisted some to break the cycle and recalibrate however for many the hamster wheel we were on just got bigger and faster.

Does this sound familiar? Do you feel you have little or no down time? Lack of clarity between home and work? Is Overwhelm becoming the norm?

Bust Your Busyness will focus on understanding this by defining burnout, it’s professional and personal impact, how to identify and proactively manage and give practical tips on how to set boundaries and sating ‘No’ nicely.

Learning Outcomes: 

1. What is Burnout and How to recognise it
2. 5 Ways to Manage potential burnout effectively
3. How to set Boundaries
4. Saying ‘No’ Nicely

Event details:
Date: Wednesday 21 September 2022
Time: 6:00PM - 7:30PM AWST
Location: Edith Cowan University, 2 Bradford St, Mount Lawley WA 6050
Cost: AIHS member $25 +GST I Non-member $45 +GST

Your Speaker:

Tanya Cunningham

Safety, Health & Wellness Manager; MHFA Instructor, 2021 Health & Safety Professional of the Year

Tanya Cunningham is an experienced Health & Safety Team Leader with a career spanning 15 years in various industries including oil and gas, construction, mining and Disability Support Services. With extensive knowledge and skills in safety leadership, and a genuine enthusiasm for people and their wellbeing and sharing of best practises through networks. She has a keen interest in improving workplace health and safety outcomes through greater collaboration with the workforce. She also plays and active role in the development of the OHS profession as a sessional lecturer and tutor at Edith Cowan University and member of the Australian Institute of Health and Safety (WA Branch).

 


Alastair Milne,

Post Grad in Business Psychology, a Mental Health First Aid instructor and holds qualifications in Safety, Coaching and Change.

Alastair is a Behavioural Consultant whose mission is to help people feel cared for by their group. He facilitates training, coaching and workshops to support individual growth in areas including Mental Health, Safety, Leadership and Sales. 

Now into his 4th decade of worldwide industry experience across multiple disciplines, Alastair has always gravitated towards supporting growth in others. With extensive experience in Safety Leadership, he relates to the challenges of being a Safety Professional and uses his lived experience of Mental Illness to help create sustainable change in the management of psycho-social hazards. Alastair does this by quickly building and maintaining psychological safety in groups when delivering credible content.  

 

Meagan Shand

Meagan Shand is a Disability Leader and Wellbeing specialist with 25 years experience promoting health and wellbeing in the social and community sector.  She knows how to manage 'challenge and change’ well and has received a number of awards for her leadership, including a Centenary Medal of Australia, and a Making a Difference award. 

Meagan holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion and Masters of Social Science, her thesis focused on understanding and building resilience and she remains curious about what helps people and communities flourish and thrive. Meagan started the LIVING + LEADING WELL program in October 2021 in response to the alarming rates of stress and burnout in the social and community sector.  

Meagan lives with disability and is committed to creating easy access wellness experiences that everybody can enjoy.  

 


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