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08 Dec
Leadership in Health & Wellness

With Gordon Bateup, Director

As a Gold recognised healthy workplace, Director of Projects, Gordon Bateup, was one of five guest panel speakers invited by the Healthier Workplace WA (HWWA) initiative to lead a discussion on leadership of this important workplace issue.

Health and wellness in the workplace was top of the menu at a Leadership Lunch & Learn session recently. Headed by the Heart Foundation, speakers were drawn from a range of small to large businesses. “It was brilliant to be part of the panel and equally informative to hear the views and experiences of the others,” Gordon said. “This is an issue that’s now very firmly a part of the contemporary work environment and a key contributor to productivity. I urge all leaders to incorporate health and wellness strategies into their business planning,” he said.

The Lunch & Learn wrapped up with questions from both the audience at the event and those who streamed online, with key interest on how businesses can get started to initiate change in their workplace that encourage and motivate health and wellness practices.

HWWA are there to help. If your workplace does not yet have a healthy wellbeing program in place, check out their 10 step Quick Wins for easy, free, and cost-effective suggestions. Already practicing good habits but want to ramp up your accountability and staff engagement? Become a Recognised Healthy Workplace by getting in touch with HWWA to Develop a Program now – their support and guidance will help to create a program best suited to your workplace needs.

Stream the Leadership Lunch & Learn session here.

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