4 stretches you should being doing at your desk, with Tegan Haining
Tegan Haining is a Personal Trainer, a Fascia Stretch Therapist and an Aussie model. She is also the author of her book “The 7 Day Quickie”- a comprehensive, seven-day training program designed to help you with your health and fitness goals. You may recognise Haining as a contestant from the 2016 season of the Australian Survivor series, or from making headlines as a personal trainer in London. She has even trained celebrity and world athlete David Beckham. Now Haining is here to teach you...
CONVERSATION WITH MATTHEW KEAN, MINISTER FOR INNOVATION AND BETTER REGULATION
In this week’s podcast, find out why Matthew Kean, The Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation, is building a stronger, more effective mental health care system that will help people grow and reach their full potential. Mr. Kean is in charge of three crucial areas of government in NSW, one area being work, health and safety. His concern regarding mental illness and its alarming effect on people in the workforce can be depicted in the growing rates of presenteeism, absenteeism and...
CONVERSATIONS WITH LUKE MCLEAN, COTTON ON GROUP
What is that one, fixed thing, that everyone has in common; yet most people feel like they never get enough of? Time. You have probably found yourself wishing for those few extra hours at the end of a long and busy day at work. Luke Mclean-The Health & Wellbeing Manager at Cotton On, has found ways to turn your work day into a quality experience, saving your precious time through techniques that can build and maximise your own energies. Prepare yourself for an insightful podcast on...
CONVERSATION WITH BEN SHEIDOW, HEAD OF HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELLBEING, COMMONWEALTH BANK
Employee wellbeing is crucial in getting people to perform their best at work. The Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing at the Commonwealth Bank, Ben Sheidow is providing employees with the resources that can help integrate better balance, health and flexibility into their busy working lives. In this podcast, journey into the health and wellbeing culture at the Commonwealth Bank, and what the organisation is doing for their workers Australia wide. Despite being a large organisation with...
CONVERSATION WITH CATHERINE LOUREY, NSW MENTAL HEALTH
Whether you have experienced a mental illness or not, it is likely that you know someone who has. Statistics ran by the Australian Government state that out of every 6 employed Australians, 1 is living and working with a mental illness. In today’s podcast conversation, we welcome NSW’s Mental Health Commissioner Catherine Lourey to a discussion on mental illness and why this is an issue for the whole community. The impact that a mental illness can have goes far beyond the individual...
CONVERSATION WITH LISA HARVEY, AMP
In this week’s podcast join Lisa Harvey, the Head of Workplace Experience at AMP, in a discussion on the modern day office. How can the design of a work space contribute to the Organisation and it's employees? According to Harvey and her team, employee health and wellbeing is influenced by the spatial design of the office. Consider your own experience at work- is there a space you can access for alone time or quiet thought? Are there interactive desks that help facilitate group...
CONVERSATION WITH CARLENE YORK, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER NSW POLICE
Assistant Commissioner Carlene York is the commander of Human Resources for the NSW police and a police veteran with over 30 years’ experience. Her career is an exemplar for women who have faced and overcome some of the issues that arise for females working in a male dominated culture. In this week’s podcast, York open’s up to Terry about her career- from working as 1 out of 2 female officers in the 1980's to becoming the Corporate spokesperson for women in Policing. She also shares the...
CONVERSATION WITH JAYNE WARD AUSTRALIA POST
We all know that human resources provides for a positive workplace environment. HR is the backbone to a successful, culturally rich organisation but how are you contributing and making your workplace more positive and inclusive? In this episode of the Wellbeing Grow podcast, Terry Robson discusses the era of a new, people-based work culture with special guest speaker Jayne Ward, an international HR specialist and current Group head of performance, talent and rewards for The Australia...
CONVERSATION WITH ASHLEY WINNETT HOLDEN GM
Holden synopsis: There are many upsides to a happier workforce; productivity and motivation are to name a few. Ensuring the happiness and productivity of a workforce during a time of crisis is a difficult challenge for companies, and needs the support of a driven, HR team. Today’s podcast discusses leadership skills, conscious decision making and employee motivation with Ashley Winnett- the chief of Human resources for GM Holden Australia. Winnett is widely known for his management skills...