In addition, Sharon Prowle, Aurecon’s People Leader for Australia & New Zealand, will facilitate a workshop on “Mental Health and Wellbeing for Next Generation Talent”, together with beyondblue’s Nick Arvantis, Head of Workplace Research and Resources. Participants will discuss best practice strategies designed to create mentally healthy workplaces and a practical case study of Aurecon’s award-winning approach to promoting the mental health and wellbeing of its employees.
Liam Hayes, Chief People Officer, says, “Aurecon is committed to cultural diversity and the mental health of staff, which makes us excited to contribute to this watershed conference as a step towards enhancing the next generation of graduates.”
Abbie Wright recently co-authored ‘Why the Mohawk is good for business!’ for Aurecon’s Just Imagine blog wherein she highlights that unless people can be their true authentic selves and can be empowered to apply creativity to their work as a result, organisations will not achieve the levels of innovation that are required for the workplace of the future. You can read the blog HERE and subscribe to Just Imagine HERE.