The issue we can’t afford to ignore.
It’s been a tough couple of years for everyone in the events industry to say the least, and now that we’re back in Orange and face-to-face events are coming back, it’s going to be challenging in a whole different way.
e’re moving from a state of having no events , to potentially having too many events to cope with – and in many cases we’re managing this from a lower staffing level than before the pandemic. So what can we do to cope with the shift and avoid stress and potentially burnout? Sarah McGuinness and Chris Hewitt from Revolutionaries of Wellbeing will talk through some of the challenges of this new environment, and discuss some strategies to help both you and your teams manage effectively and sustain a sense of wellbeing.
Sarah McGuinness, Founder/CEO - Revolutionaries of Wellbeing
Sarah advises senior leaders on how to build happy and healthy workplaces. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in corporate wellbeing and behaviour change and has supported well-known New Zealand brands to improve the wellbeing of their people.
Chris Hewitt, Commercial Partnerships Manager - Revolutionaries of Wellbeing
Chris brings almost 15 years of experience in the professional development and events fields, with the last 7 spent managing a commercial portfolio of publications and events in the health, safety and wellbeing industry. He brings a wealth of programme management and commercial partnership experience, and has strong networks across the health, safety and wellbeing sectors both in New Zealand and overseas.
FREE for NZEA members
$25.00+GST for non-members