NADA Events

Well beings: A workshop on workplace wellbeing for managers and supervisors
  • Event type:
  • Workshop
  • Date:
  • 06/06/2018
  • Venue:
  • Sheraton on the Park, 161 Elizabeth Street,Sydney,
  • Host:
  • **** ONLY ONE SPOT LEFT****

    The Network of Alcohol and other Drugs Agencies (NADA) invites members and delegates of the NADA Conference 2018 to attend this free one-day workshop.

    This interactive workshop will provide managers and supervisors with the opportunity to reflect on their own practice and their workplace. Participants will learn practical strategies for creating a workplace environment, culture and practices that proactively enhance workforce health, wellbeing and resilience.

    About the Workshop

    By participating in this workshop, attendees will:

    • Understand the difference between stress, burnout, vicarious trauma and secondary traumatic stress.
    • Understand employee and employer rights and responsibilities.
    • Identify wellbeing risk and protective factors.
    • Understand how to use different tools to assess and monitor workplace wellbeing.
    • Develop strategies for their workplace to proactively manage workplace wellbeing.
    • Develop strategies to proactively manage their own wellbeing and self-care.

    Who should attend?

    This training is targeted at managers and supervisors and is free and open to NADA members and delegates of the NADA Conference 2018.


    About the trainer

    Meredith Turnbull has 20 years leadership experience in the community, health and social change sectors of Australia. After holding leadership roles in many national non-government organisations, Meredith shifted focus to coaching and consulting. In 2008 Meredith Turnbull Coaching and Consulting commenced with the aim of strengthening the leadership capacities and resilience of people, groups and their organisations in the social sector. Meredith has a Master of Business Administration, a Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology and a Bachelor of Social Science.