Lisa Ducat is community engagement and health promotion specialist for the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand. Lisa has a background in health promotion, education and social policy, with a focus on mental health, human rights and equity.
Her main area of focus is mental well-being at work, including the development and delivery of workplace resources and information. Lisa’s work focuses on supporting workplaces to integrate mental well-being into their day-to-day systems using their own expertise and knowledge.
She has extensive experience and training in workshop development and delivery in the areas of mental health and well-being for workplaces and communities.
It’s your people who provide the greatest potential for success in your business.
The culture of an organisation has a significant impact on the well-being of its people. A positive work culture is associated with higher morale, lower stress, reduced absenteeism and higher organisational performance and productivity.
Discover practical, evidence-based information and engaging activities that can help your workplaces and people thrive.
This highly respected panel of OHS thought-leaders will consider the positive impact mental health and wellbeing have on workers (respectful & collaborative environment, improved work/life balance); and on the business (improved productivity, employer of choice).
The panel will present local and international research on workplace trends and what has/hasn’t worked and helpful guidelines on workplace policies/processes; what it takes to have a good day; followed by a case study workshop.