Facilitated by Dr Denise Quinlan & Dr Lucy Hone, Directors of the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience
Following on from our sell-out event in Christchurch, we are excited to announce our next Resilience Masterclass will be held on 28th July in Auckland.
Join Lucy and Denise to learn the key things leaders need to know to build resilient teams that can go the distance, including:
- How to help people embrace or cope with change and uncertainty
- Strategies for maintaining relationships and connection through periods of isolation
- Supporting wellbeing for diverse workforces across different contexts
- Individual strategies to avoid burnout and support resilience
- What teams can do to protect each other from burnout
- Why belonging and psychological safety are essential for sustainable high performance and how to build both
- Job crafting for resilience
- Case studies from national and international organisations
- Workbook for reducing burnout in teams
Organisations that harness basic human motivation, and promote psychological safety, achieve both increased resilience and sustainable higher performance.
“An incredibly practical course and I have come away with a lot of useful ideas.”
“A wonderful event that utilised a range of different lens and perspectives to create a fuller picture of resilience. The topics discussed were easy to understand and we immediately thought of ways to implement them.”
[Christchurch Resilience Masterclass participants]
Don’t be a dinosaur when it comes to promoting resilience in your workforce – watch this video of Denise and Lucy describing common burnout myths.
When: Wednesday 28th July 2021; 0900 to 1600
Where: Westpac, 16 Takutai Square, Auckland CBD
Early Bird Price: $450 + GST until 30th June 2021 (after 30th June $550 + GST) + booking fee
Facilitated by Dr Denise Quinlan, Director of the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience
The Diploma comprehensively covers important wellbeing topics such as strengths, resilience, optimism, creativity and excellence. It also shows how research-based practices can be applied to a wide range of professional roles including coaching, leadership, organisational development, human resources, health and safety, healthcare and public policy.
“The best professional development I have done. I absolutely loved every minute! I found my tribe and know my passion is on the right path. Thank you so much!!!” Natalie Fraser, Mental Skills Coach and Athlete Life Advisor
“The training was incredible. It has given me such a strong foundation on which now to complete the assessments and continue my learning throughout the year. The course is engaging and so relevant to my life and profession.” Caroline Black, Wellbeing Lead, Education
Flexible, self-paced learning completed within a year
Comprehensive, university-level content tailored to the workplace
Practical tools you can apply for immediate results
Powerful personal development activities and coaching
Can be converted to NZQA on completion
Dr Denise Quinlan is acknowledged internationally as an outstanding facilitator and speaker who has inspired and supported hundreds of Diploma students on this personal and professional learning journey for many years.
Translating complex research into usable, practical strategies, whilst always staying true to the science, Denise is equally at home with senior corporate executives, scientists, engineers, and marginalised groups. Her humour and honesty allow her to create environments where participants can fully engage and contribute.
“Denise is a fantastic facilitator, patient, knowledgeable, humourous, and inclusive. The content was fantastic and I found the mix of activities kept me engaged. Overall, a fantastic course, high quality content, world class facilitation, great venue, well worth the investment, thank you!”
Belinda Wherle, Group Strategic Co-ordinator, Apparelmaster Group
“Denise is awesome. Words are not adequate. Distillation of knowledge, holding of space, compassion and respect for every individual human. Thank you!!”
“The course gave a great balance of challenge, relevance, feedback and enjoyment. Denise was such a great source of knowledge – thank you!”