The Swedish Australian Chamber of Commerce is organising a webinar on Mental Health, Resilience, Wellbeing and Working from home during the Coronavirus crisis.
Rick Jansz from the SACC Melbourne Chapter Board will be the moderator for this webinar and on the panel we have:
Parents At Work was founded in 2007 by HR and Career Coaching Social Entrepreneur, Emma Walsh to support not only mums and dads but also their organisations to better manage the challenges of juggling work and family life. Parents At Work has helped thousands of working Mums and Dads and their families navigate their career, parenting and wellbeing. Emma is a mum of three (twin boys now 11 and her daughter now 7). She lives in Sydney, Australia and is an author, international speaker and advocate campaigner on improving parental leave and flexible work rights for working parents. She consultants to organisations on how to create family-friendly workplaces. Emma has been shortlisted for the Telstra Business Woman of the Year and has been recognised and awarded for her business achievements including: * Australian Human Rights Business Award in 2015 * Top 200 Business of Tomorrow by Westpac in 2017
* Winner of the Visa Business Awards in 2013
Emma is an Executive Director with national expertise in leadership of teams across all sectors of human services for 30 years. She has a proven capacity to develop and implement growth for an organisation through diversifying revenue streams whilst also disrupting the status quo of service delivery models. Emma has a passion for creating programs that transition individuals and communities to a better position in the economy and has the ability to drive this to a positive result. In doing this she can positively affect the triple bottom line for an organisation. Emma has bachelor qualifications in social work and sociology and has applied this background to her work in human services. She adopts a strengths-based approach from the field of behavioral economics for PeoplePlus. For over 20 years, PeoplePlus, has been servicing job seekers and employers across Australia. They do this by running a range of services including employment and welfare, training and allied health, a great deal of which they provide in partnerships with a variety of public sector, non-profit and private sector organisations. They also help people to become self-employed and start-up their own businesses. Currently, the PeoplePlus group has 500 staff providing service to more than 20 thousand individuals across 200 locations in Australia.
Michael is a highly accomplished global Human Resources leader with over 18 years of experience in strategizing and implementing global talent initiatives that drive business results and improves both employee and company performance. He is a trusted business partner to C-level and executive management teams with an extensive record of executing high impact global talent solutions. Michael currently serves as Spotify’s Head of HR for APAC (Japan, India, South East Asia, and Australia/New Zealand), where he is responsible for driving the overall people strategy of the region. His innovative design of Spotify’s revamped parental leave program has received global recognition for taking the #leadonleave for companies supporting families, establishing work-life balance, and driving inclusivity within the workplace. Michael has worked across a broad spectrum of industries including Technology, Investment Banking & Markets, Media, and Advertising. Prior to joining Spotify, Michael was a Vice President of Human Capital Management at Goldman Sachs, where he was responsible for leading strategic people initiatives across the Technology & Engineering division globally.
There will be an interactive part to this webinar with Q&A at the end of the session.
Once registered, an email will be sent with instructions on how to get connected to the webinar from wherever you are in Australia. There is no cost attached to attending this webinar.
We look forward to seeing you on 23 April at 3.00 – 4.00 pm.
Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gmr5_0GERa-QgFzzHWn6_g