Shaping Positive Mental Health in Your Workplace

IPAA ACT is proud to deliver a virtual webinar on workplace mental health under the difficult conditions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hear a panel of senior leaders share their experiences in shaping positive mental health outcomes in their organisations.  

Dr Gordon de Brouwer PSM, IPAA National President, will host and introduce the event and our panellists: 

  • Lucinda Brogden AM, Chair of the National Mental Health Commission and Chair of the Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance
  • Steven Worrall, Managing Director at Microsoft Australia & New Zealand and Chair of the Corporate Mental Health Alliance Australia 
  • Cheryl-anne Moy, Deputy Secretary Corporate and Enabling/Chief Operating Officer at the Department of Home Affairs  
  • Alistair Carmichael, Associate Partner at McKinsey & Company

The panellists will consider the impact COVID-19 has had on mental health in the workplace, and how it has exacerbated pre-existing workplace mental health issues. They will discuss the nature of challenges presented by the pandemic, and why this creates an imperative for leaders to take considered action to sustainably improve workplace mental health. Finally, they will throw some light on to what senior leaders have learnt from their efforts to address these problems, and what they can do to improve the health of their teams in the future. 

Lucinda Brogden AM (Guest)
Chair & Commissioner, National Mental Health Commission
Chair, Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance

 

Steven Worrall (Guest)
Managing Director, Microsoft Australia & New Zealand
Chair, Corporate Mental Health Alliance Australia 

Cheryl-anne Moy (Guest)
Chief Operating Officer
Department of Home Affairs  

Alistair Carmichael (Guest)
Associate Partner
McKinsey & Company

Dr Gordon de Brouwer PSM (Host)
President
IPAA National 



 

Event Details

Event Date Tuesday 28 September 2021
Formalities 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM AEST
Member Price $0
Non-Members Price $0
Venue Online
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