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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

How to combat workplace complacency

Complacency is often misunderstood and associated with attitude and questionable behaviour. It frequently manifests as a judgement of people who seem to ignore risk, don’t take things seriously or are deemed just lazy. The question is whether this judgement is valid or that complacency is more complex and forms part of being human.

By looking at complacency from a neurological perspective we have an exciting opportunity to improve performance and avoid physical and psychological harm.

In this webinar we will discuss:

  • Complacency as a human characteristic
  • Look at the potential impact of complacent behaviour
  • Exploring the specific risks of complacency in times of COVID-19
  • Learn how to recognise and combat complacency

Tuesday 18 August 2020, 2pm (EST)

Claim 1 ANZIIF CIP and 1 NIBA CPD points

Register now


Robert WentzelPresenter: Robert Wentzel, 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.

My role as a leader when identifying and managing mental health in the workplace

As leaders, it is our duty of care to ensure our people are working 100% safe. That means as a leader I am responsible to my staff both physically and mentally. Leaders are seeking clarity and confidence to respond and manage staff with mental health issues, which leaves the burning questions.

How do I ask about mental health? What are my boundaries in such a personal area? How do I best support my people to return to their optimum in the workplace?

In this webinar we will discuss:

  • Identifying signs of declining mental health
  • Responding to signs of declining mental health
  • Monitoring staff whilst they recover at work
  • Understanding your boundaries as a leader when supporting your staff

Tuesday 1 September 2020, 2pm (EST)

ANZIIF and NIBA points are still being confirmed

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Anna FeringaPresenter: Anna Feringa, The Jonah Group
With over 13-years’ experience, Anna supports employers by helping them see that embracing Mental Health in the workplace can help prevent injury and drive a great culture. She helps Australian businesses to go from fearful and confused, to confident and responsive when faced with Mental Health challenges in the workplace. Anna enjoys good wine, good company and hanging out at her local beach.



Creating a Mental Health critical incident protocol in your workplace - tips to get started

With mental illness on the rise how does a workplace respond to a mental health Critical Incident? Suicidal ideation and panic attacks are critical events that can arise out of mental illness. As leaders how do we respond? As a workplace is our response meeting our duty of care?

In this webinar we will discuss:

  • Defining a mental health critical incident
  • Response protocols for each type of incident
  • Organisational process for individual and team safety during and post incident

Tuesday 15 September 2020, 2pm (EST)

ANZIIF and NIBA points are still being confirmed

Register now


Anna FeringaPresenter: Anna Feringa, The Jonah Group
With over 13-years’ experience, Anna supports employers by helping them see that embracing Mental Health in the workplace can help prevent injury and drive a great culture. She helps Australian businesses to go from fearful and confused, to confident and responsive when faced with Mental Health challenges in the workplace. Anna enjoys good wine, good company and hanging out at her local beach.

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.

Find out more

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.