Workplace Wellness Summit

About

Workplace Wellness Summit

24 - 25 June 2019 | ICC Sydney

Workplace Wellness Summit is Australia’s definitive conference on the burgeoning area of workplace health and wellness. The Summit is the place where business and wellness professionals convene to explore best-in-class workplace wellness strategies with top health and wellbeing experts from Australia and overseas.

Hundreds of delegates will come together to learn how to attract and retain staff, boost productivity and improve profitability with tailored health and wellness programmes. They will discuss solutions to the most pressing corporate wellness issues such as mental health in the workplace, diversity, bullying and discrimination. Hear what Australia’s coolest companies are doing to make their workplaces healthier, more productive and more inclusive.

A stellar faculty of 40+ speakers is headlined by international health and wellbeing journalist and author, Dr Michael Mosley. This is Australia’s biggest workplace wellness event!

Speakers

40+ Extraordinary Speakers to be Announced!

International Keynotes
Announced for 2019

HEALTH HACKS FOR THE WORKPLACE

Dr Michael Mosley, one of the world’s leading authorities on health and wellbeing, science journalist and best-selling author, UK

EMBRACING POSITIVE CHANGE

Professor David Cooperrider, the world’s foremost authority on strengths based, positive change, Case Western Reserve University, USA.

THE SCIENCE OF STRESS

Professor Elissa Epel, international expert in chronic stress and co-author with Nobel Prize winner Dr Elizabeth Blackburn of The Telomere Effect, USA

First Speakers Announced

THE 100 YEAR LIFE: LIVING & WORKING IN AN AGE OF LONGEVITY

Duncan Young, Head of Workplace Health & Wellbeing, Lendlease

THE POWER OF BEING INTENTIONAL ABOUT CULTURE

Edweena Stratton, Head of Employee Success Team for APAC, Salesforce

FUTURE WAYS OF WORKING

Dean Pribetic, Head of Collaboration (WOW), Telstra

WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED ABOUT WORKPLACE WELLBEING?

A/Professor Peggy Kern, senior lecturer at the Centre for Positive Psychology, University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education

TAMING TOXIC PEOPLE: THE SCIENCE OF IDENTIFYING & DEALING WITH PSYCHOPATHS AT WORK

David Gillespie, lawyer and best-selling author of Sweet Poison and Taming Toxic People

CASE STUDY: A MINDFUL TRANSFORMATION

Debra Just, CEO/GM, Willoughby Council

CREATING A CULTURE WHERE IT’S SAFE TO DISAGREE

Catherine Davidson, conflict and disputes resolution expert and leading mediator

TAKING THE AGILE TRANSFORMATION

Panu Nevalainen, IT program and service management specialist, Senior Manager, Accenture

KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON LEADING

Pia Lee, CEO, LIW Global Leadership Consultancy

COMPASSION AT THE HEART OF WELLBEING STUDY

Dr Sean O’Connor, lecturer and researcher, Coaching Psychology Unit, University of Sydney

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AT WORK

Sue Langley, master trainer and leading advisor in the practical application of positive psychology, founder of the Langely Group

SPEAKING OF MENTAL HEALTH…

Nic Newling, outspoken advocate for mental health and suicide prevention, founder of The Champions

PANEL: WHERE IS EFFECTIVENESS AND WELLBEING IN FUTURE WAYS OF WORKING?

Gillian Coutts, Australian Country Director of Potential Project

CASE STUDY: DEVELOPING WELLNESS & COMPASSION IN THE WORKPLACE

Nickolas Yu, Sydney Local Area Health District

RESILIENCE@WORK: MENTAL TOUGHNESS TRAINING

Dr Suzy Green, leader in the complementary fields of Coaching Psychology and Positive Psychology and founder of The Positivity Institute

YOUR WELLBEING BLUEPRINT: FEELING GOOD AND DOING WELL AT WORK

Michelle McQuaid, best-selling author, workplace wellbeing teacher and playful change activator

FUTURE PROOF YOUR BUSINESS: REDUCING INJURY RISKS IN AN AGEING WORKFORCE

Terry Wong, General Manager, Move4Life

THE WELLBEING-PERFORMANCE INTERACTION: HUMANISING ANALYTICS FOR THE FUTURE OF WORK

Dr Adrian Medhurst, thought leader in high-performance psychology, Co-Founder and Director, Benny Button

Program

Create engaged, inspired & productive workplaces!

Workplace Wellness Summit will include a mix of international keynotes, top health and wellbeing experts, corporate and workplace wellness leaders, case-studies and roundtable sessions.

  • Explore the elements of best-in-class corporate wellness initiatives
  • Learn how technology is driving new approaches to workplace wellness
  • Discover how to integrate health, wellness and safety
  • Examine how to create a culture encouraging work/life balance
  • Find out how to promote a mentally healthy workforce
  • Assess strategic approaches to diversity and inclusion.

Program details to be announced soon - stay tuned!

Venue

Cockle Bay Rooms, Level 3, ICC Sydney

We’re excited to be at the International Convention Centre Sydney, Australia’s leading conference and exhibition venue. Featuring a striking contemporary design and leading technology, the ICC Sydney is the perfect venue for Workplace Wellness Summit & Expo.

 

At the heart of its very own Sydney harbour waterfront precinct, ICC Sydney is set amongst restaurants, retail and a vibrant public domain on Darling Harbour yet is only a moment’s walk to Sydney’s CBD and surrounding cultural quarters.

 

 ICC Sydney is well connected to public transport – buses, trains, light rail, ferries and taxis all service the immediate area. The venue can also be accessed on foot, by car and coach.

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Register

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Join us at Workplace Wellness Summit – 24-25 June 2019

Super Saver tickets on sale now – book to save $300 off standard price!

Super Saver tickets are now on sale until 14 March 2019.

Save $300 off the standard price of Workplace Wellness Summit tickets.

Bring your team and benefit from the additional discounts available to groups of 3 or more.

Summit Pricing

Ticket includes morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch

Booking fee of 1.5% applies to credit card transactions

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Cancellation policy

All tickets are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend this event, a replacement delegate may be sent in your place at no extra charge. We do not provide refunds.

All listed speakers are confirmed – however, sometimes life events such as illness or death in the family prevent speakers from making it at the last minute. Speaker cancellations do not affect the cancellation policy. Purchase of a ticket indicates that you have read and agree to comply with this cancellation policy.

VI Conferences is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of any speaker or program substitution or alternation, or the postponement or cancellation of an event. We suggest you consider investing in travel insurance, in case an extenuating event prevents you from attending. In the unlikely event that the conference is cancelled, we will refund all tickets. We will not, however, be able to refund flight, hotel, or other purchases people may make.

Payment

Payment is required either at the time of booking or within 7 days of an invoice being issued. If you are booking within 7 days of the event start date, payment is required at the time of booking. No admittance will be granted where payment has not been received in full.

Amendment policy

Downgrading of registrations is not permitted. Registrations may be upgraded at anytime.

Promotional Discounts

Only one discount is permitted per booking. Discounts cannot be applied retrospectively.

Booking fee

A credit/debit card processing fee of 1.5% applies to purchases by credit or debit card. The credit/debit card processing fee factors in a variety of costs, including expenses associated with providing a secure payment gateway, Payment Card Industry compliance, hosting, fraud, pre-payment risk mitigation, and the costs associated with processing credit and debit card payments. The credit/debit card processing fee is calculated as a percentage rate of the ticket price only, excluding any service/delivery fees.