From late 2022 until mid-2023, nine pilot agencies from across the state worked closely with wellbeing coaches to co-create team strategies and resources to bring the online Health, Safety and Wellbeing (HSW) Guide to life.
In July 2023, these resources were showcased for the workforces.
Facilitated by the world-renowned HSW expert, Dr. Michelle McQuaid, the final showcase offers practical ideas and resources which can be applied by any team or organisation.
Final showcase feedback
The showcase was rated as pretty good or excellent by 100 per cent of attendees.
Everyone agreed they would recommend the recording to colleagues and use the resources.
‘This was so well presented! ….well-paced and very engaging. All the presenters were fantastic, and it was great to see how passionate and proud everyone was of their resources…I learnt a lot.’
‘Thank you ….for the amazing presentation of information….I walked away with a feeling of gratitude that people were listening to what needed addressing. I felt that every minute .. held substance and value...Much appreciated.’
‘Thank you for giving us the opportunity to stop and reflect about our wellbeing…and how to maintain good health.’
Guest speakers, Kelly Gannon - Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation (Wellbeing Guide), Rose Durey - Women’s Health Grampians (Accomplishment Spotlight)
Breakout Room 1
Guest speakers, Steph Stokes and Mel Lamaro - Meli - Women’s and Children’s Group (Word Clouds and 'Bounce' Visual Activity Cards), Taelah Redman and Rachel Morgan - Meli – Men’s Group (Appreciation Wall)
Breakout Room 2
Guest speakers, Elena Ashley - WIRE (Adapted Learning Loop), Paige Toms - Junction Support Services (Wellbeing Calendar & Self-Care Card), Renae Axton - Mallee Accommodation Services (Wellbeing Take 5)