Thrive at Work Masterclass
In this three-hour session, Karina Jorritsma, Professor of Practice at FOWI will cover:
- The evidence-base behind the Thrive at Work framework
- A methodology for evaluating your organisation’s current state against the Thrive at Work framework
- Guidance in developing a mental health and well-being strategy and action plan that addresses opportunity areas highlighted in the current state evaluation
- Considerations for tracking the success of the strategy and action plan over time.
Aligning SMART work to strategic HR practices
Attract. On-board. Develop. Retain. Easy Enough? As any HR professional will tell you, it isn’t.
This workshop will focus on key strategic HR activities as they relate to the newly developed SMART work framework. Developed by Australian Research Council Professor Sharon Parker, SMART work is a framework that can be used when designing meaningful and motivating work. Based on decades of research, the SMART work design framework identifies five key themes that result in positive outcomes across jobs and industries. The themes for SMART work are: Stimulating, Mastery, Agency, Relational, and Tolerable Demands.
Applying SMART and its underlying work design principles can positively impact on meaningful employee outcomes such as engagement, retention, proactivity, creativity and motivation. This workshop takes a practical approach, empowering you to utilise the framework and providing case studies to illustrate the business case for making the SMART framework an integral part of any HR strategy.
Foster engagement and meaning with SMART work design
Through an interactive and case study based approach, we will focus in on how to minimise harm and protect against risk within your organisation through key work design principles.
Utilising the newly developed SMART work framework, you will learn about ways in which to design engaging and enriched jobs within your organisation, helping to create significant benefits for employees and employers alike.
Mental Health Issues at Work: How to have the conversation
The workshop will provide an easy to use framework and simple, practical tips for people in workplaces who need to respond to someone they are concerned about.
It is suitable for managers, supervisors, HR staff, CEOs, OHS staff and anyone who wants to learn how to understand how to respond appropriately when someone has a mental health issue.
Date: 21 November 2019
Time: 9am to 12pm
Venue: The Platform, 3/256 Adelaide Terrace, Perth WA 6000