Join us for the upcoming People and Culture Network Forum 'Psychosocial Safety: Aware and Prepared' and hear from guest speakers Susan Corbett and Kelly Bennetta.
This Forum will be held in person and via Zoom on Wednesday 6 September 2023 from 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM.
Enneagram Personality Typing
Susie Corbett, Coach
Motivational Reframe - Coaching and Development
Susie Corbett is the heart and mind behind Motivational Reframe, an organisation birthed from Susie’s personal journey through a 24-year SAPOL career that ended with her resignation and a profound diagnosis of complex PTSD.
Three years on and fully recovered, she has developed a program to coach others, using certified techniques of NLP, Hypnosis, mind/emotional reframing, Polyvagal Theory, Enneagram Personality Typing and life coaching. Susie’s success for others is founded on her L.E.D. principle - Logical, Easy and Definitely Doable!
During this session Susie will introduce attendees to a personality typing resource ‘The Enneagram’. This is the next layer in building self-acceptance dating back to Sufism and Buddhism principles relating to the human transformation from suffering to wisdom. Attendees will be challenged to incorporate other personalities (or personality identities) to build self-awareness, acceptance and understanding of the behaviours of others.
Managing Psychosocial Risk: Getting Prepared
Kelly Bennetta, Injury Management & Wellbeing Advisor
City of Onkaparinga
Kelly is passionate about supporting employees and organisations to thrive. With a psychology degree and extensive experience working across government, not for profit and private sectors, she is committed to building workplaces that positively impact wellbeing – for employees and the communities they work in.
Kelly has successfully designed and delivered wellbeing strategies that meet the needs of a varied workforce by focusing on preventing harm through psychosocial risk management, supporting recovery in the workplace, and promoting a thriving workforce. She is excited about the future of psychosocial risk management and the change it will bring to the workforce.
This presentation will outline changes to relevant legislation to manage worker psychological health & safety and discuss the Safe Work AUS Model Code of Practice: Managing psychosocial hazards at work. Attendees will explore what these changes mean for Councils and how they can best prepare for the release of the Safe Work SA Model Code of Practice later this year.
Join your peers for an interactive session to identify and share emerging issues across the sector.
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