Invitation to Organisational Wellbeing Workshop in Brisbane 11-12 April, 2016

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My very good friend Dr Natasha Lazareski is running a workshop in Brisbane. She has offered a discount to any of my connections who may be interested in attending. Please let me know if you are interested, or contact support@psyflex.com.au for information or to register.

This session is a ‘must have’ for any organisation that wishes to enhance employee engagement, improve workplace wellbeing, and reduce absenteeism and workplace injuries.  

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to learn the best practice approach to developing a holistic workplace wellbeing strategy, building employee resilience and an engaged workforce.

Developed by Dr Russ Harris and Dr Natasha Lazareski and delivered in a relaxed, fun and interactive manner by Dr Lazareski, this workshop provides participants with a greater understanding of psycho-social risks in the workplace, psychological resilience and how it affects engagement and organisational culture.

100% of previous participants rated this workshop as “very engaging”.
With a plethora of real-life case studies and scenarios, this workshop builds a very practical understanding that you can take back to your workplace, 80% of participants rated these workshops as “very helpful”.

Participant feedback:
“This was excellent. Loved the model, it is simple and makes sense.”
— Pippa, Senior Manager NSW
“I found it very valuable to learn approaches that will allow me to step back before taking action”
— Stephen, Senior Manager VIC
“I really liked the values focus of the ‘Choice Point’. Excellent Session”
— Sharon, Manager VIC
“So valuable! Great insight in psychosocial risks and impact on organisational culture.”
— William, Senior HSW Manager, Melbourne.
“I really enjoyed this session. Great depth of knowledge and very engaging.”
— Jo, HR Manager, New Zealand

Workshop details:
Brisbane: April 11th & 12th 2016
To view the workshop brochure click here.
For more information and to register, click here, or contact: support@psyflex.com.au


Teaching in China

Here I am in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, a few hours out of Shanghai. Enjoying the springtime, and watching the blossoms and the greening of the willows along the canal on my ride in to work at the Zhejiang University of Water Resources and Electric Power.

I'm teaching Marketing Management on behalf of the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology. A great experience, lovely students, a beautifully landscaped university, fantastic canteen and a lot of fun learning how to read and say a few words in Chinese.

The main learning with teaching in another country and culture - be flexible, continuously update your approach to find out what works, and have faith that the students will rise to the occasion. Treat them as your customer, find out what works best for them, and try to inspire them to learn. Take advantage of their smartphones - it is a great way to communicate! I've set up a Moodle site so that they can message me, find the materials and even respond to surveys in class in real-time.  Learn to speak clearly, slowly and use international English (lose the idioms and colloquialisms), and most of all, be patient.

Last but not least, get out and see the countryside, interact with the people and enjoy the food.
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