We’ve developed a series of webinars for brokers and our People Risk customers designed to support your teams manage the changing environment. This includes support for managers to lead this change, as well as information about how to create a virtual risk culture and maintain a productive and safe workforce.

Live learning sessions are held on Tuesdays at 2pm (AEST) and if your team needs specific coaching needs, have a look at our business coaching helpline. All webinars that you attend in full may be eligible for NIBA CPD points or ANZIIF CIP points. Participants who attend the session in full will receive a training record via email so you can claim the points.

Missed any of our webinars? These are available on-demand for you to watch at a time that suits you, ANZIIF points are available for selected sessions. Watch now.

Coming webinars

Please register for the sessions you'd like to utilise, places are limited

Everyday conversations to build a culture of mental health

One in five (20%) Australians experience a mental illness in any year. As such, many employees in Australian organisations will experience a mental health issue. It is important that leaders understand how to have everyday mental health conversations both with their team and their individual staff members to drive positive mental wellbeing and support employees that are unwell at work. Improving leader ability to have a confident mental health conversation will reduce stigma and increase early intervention. By disrupting current behaviours and attitudes towards workplace mental health will build a stronger overall culture for mental health.

In this webinar we will discuss:

  • Team conversations to build positive mental health culture
  • Effective mental health conversations for the individual when signs are identified
  • Gain strategies to support workforce wellbeing and confident conversations
  • Increase inclusive behaviours and attitudes

Tuesday 13 October 2020, 2pm (EST)

Claim 1 NIBA CPD point, ANZIIF CIP points are still being confirmed

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Emma McMillanPresenter: Emma McMillan, The Jonah Group
Emma is a workplace culture coach focusing on the holistic approach to management and leadership. She is passionate about supporting people to feel confident in mental health conversations within the workplace and has extensive experience in this area. Emma loves to discover beautiful places to travel and experience new things and especially loves to create delicious antipasto platters to share with friends.

Interrupting Mindsets - Above and below the line mindset

In this webinar, we will look at ‘Mindset’. For many of us, we attempt to influence and impact on actions and results through intervention with behaviour(s). This is, of course, important but how can we achieve a higher level of influence and success? It starts by understanding our own mindset and then flexing it, like a muscle when we exercise.

In this webinar we will discuss:

  • How does mindset influence behaviour?
  • Types of mindsets
  • Decoding your above the line and below the line mindset
  • Strategies to operate from an above the line mindset
  • The role of leaders in influencing mindset

Tuesday 27 October 2020, 2pm (EST)

Claim 1 NIBA CPD point, ANZIIF CIP points are still being confirmed 

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Jimmy Thomson, The Jonah GroupPresenter: Jimmy Thomson, The Jonah Group
Jimmy has almost 30 years international experience in Learning and Development within blue chip organisations such as Rio Tinto, St. George Bank, and Lloyds Banking Group. Jimmy has consulted, facilitated and coached across the UK, and also in USA, China, Mongolia, Singapore, and France as well as here in Australia.
Jimmy emigrated from his native Scotland to Sydney in 2003 and discovered his desire to make a difference in safety and wellbeing through his global role in Rio Tinto. He has a passion for snooker and spending time with his family.

Safety culture and leadership - how to create a culture of care and ownership

Most organisations in Australia have gone beyond a focus on Safety Management Systems and understand that the development of a positive Safety Culture is crucial in incident prevention. Some people will argue that the effectiveness of your Safety Management System is largely depending on the maturity of your Safety Culture. In this webinar we discuss the main characteristics of a good Safety Culture, Safety Leadership as a critical factor for developing Safety Culture as well as what that could look like and which Safety Leadership behaviours are critical.

In this webinar we will discuss:

  • Understanding the critical elements of a good safety culture
  • How to positively influence safety culture
  • The difference between management and leadership and how most leaders default to management when under pressure
  • Define safety leadership
  • Communicate five key safety leadership behaviours

Tuesday 10 November 2020, 2pm (EST)

Claim 1 NIBA CPD point, ANZIIF CIP points are still being confirmed 

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Robert WentzelPresenter: Robert Wenzel, The Jonah Group
Robert founded The Jonah Group in 2003 underpinned by a belief that every human life is important, and everyone deserves access to live an extraordinary life. Rob’s approach is practical and nurturing. He started his career as a Mechanical Engineer in Holland. He is passionate about his family, AFL, diving and cheese. He looks forward to one day owning his own goat and making his own cheese whilst drinking a full-bodied Rioja.

Training resources

Self Care – Worksheet
Life is full, carving time out to look after yourself is one of the priorities that often gets dropped, self-care can be small moments in a day that becomes a lifelong habit. We have created a simple plan for you to use to start putting self-care at the top of the priority list. There is a digital version to do on your computer or a version you can print and complete


Employers business coaching helpline

Our People Risk customers and brokers can access support and coaching from our partner The Jonah Group to help navigate COVID-19 situations.

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The advice on this website and in our webinars is general in nature and has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You must decide whether or not it is appropriate, in light of your own circumstances, to act on this advice.