Episode 42: The power of storytelling for mental health awareness
ROW: Workplace Wellbeing Podcast
by Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW)
2M ago
Humans have been sharing stories since the dawn of time to help us make sense of the world around us and to influence our thinking. Storytelling is one of the most powerful tools in a wellbeing leader’s toolkit. With it, you can normalise conversations about mental health and wellbeing, you can destigmatise, you can challenge and change beliefs and you can foster psychological safety. In this episode, we’re delighted to be joined by Michelle Ortega, wellbeing advocate and Communications and Relationship Manager at Fonterra Brands. Join us as we explore how you can use storytelling to create an ..read more
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Episode 40: Understanding financial wellbeing and its impact
ROW: Workplace Wellbeing Podcast
by Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW)
2M ago
While financial wellbeing has always been important, the current economic climate and cost of living crisis are causing stress and pressure for people across the board. We explore some of the key financial wellbeing issues people face, shedding light on the various challenges people encounter when it comes to managing their finances effectively. We also examine how societal conditioning influences our relationship with money, impacting our overall wellbeing in ways we might not even realise. Finally, we'll also discuss actionable strategies and insights on what workplaces can do to foster and ..read more
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Episode 39: Developing an effective wellbeing strategy in a complex environment
ROW: Workplace Wellbeing Podcast
by Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW)
3M ago
Auckland Transport (AT) is a large, complex, public organisation with a wide range of physical and psychosocial risks to manage. This interview was recorded in mid-2023 when we were joined by AT’s then-People Experience Lead Jessica Hayes to take a look at their wellbeing strategy and some of the award-winning initiatives that they had rolled out over the last two years. We’ll also look at the process of developing an effective wellbeing strategy and how to truly bring it to life. Be a champion for change in your workplace. Join ROW - get started for free today ..read more
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Episode 38: Taking a proactive and preventative approach to bullying behaviour
ROW: Workplace Wellbeing Podcast
by Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW)
3M ago
Bullying behaviours and attitudes can very extremely damaging. But if you do have a bully at work? And what can you do to proactively change their behaviours and the culture they create? What assistance and support can you give to the target of those behaviours? In this episode, we’re joined by workplace bullying specialist Michael Plowright, founder of Working Well Together. We discuss all things bullying, prevention and remediation. And what you can do to address this important issue in your workplace. Be a champion for change in your workplace. Join ROW - get started for free toda ..read more
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Episode 37: Embedding wellbeing in your organisation
ROW: Workplace Wellbeing Podcast
by Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW)
10M ago
The Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW) podcast explores how we can build better, stronger workplaces.    This episode: Embedding wellbeing in your organisation In this episode, we’re joined by Natalee Scripps-Hawkins, author, coach and Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing at Auckland Airport to explore a key issue, and that’s this: as wellbeing leaders and champions, we’re passionate about driving the organisation’s wellbeing agenda. But what does that look like in reality? We know we need to be influential and drive of change. But how? Together, we discuss what it means to create a ..read more
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Episode 36: Coming back from a traumatic brain injury
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by Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW)
10M ago
The Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW) podcast explores how we can build better, stronger workplaces.    This episode: Coming back from a traumatic brain injury In this episode, we chat with Nick Jenkins. Nick is a health & safety professional who suffered a traumatic brain injury after a mountain biking accident in 2020. He shares the story of his injury, and his considerable rehab and recovery journey. We also talk about returning to work after a significant injury and adjusting to a new normal. Plus, we explore what workplaces can do to support those on a similar recovery jour ..read more
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Episode 35: Understanding neurodiversity and ADHD
ROW: Workplace Wellbeing Podcast
by Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW)
11M ago
The Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW) podcast explores how we can build better, stronger workplaces.    This episode: Understanding neurodiversity and ADHD In this episode, we chat to an expert on ADHD, and explore how workplaces can better support neurodiversity. It’s estimated that over 280,000 Kiwis have ADHD. People from all walks of life, in all professions, live and work with ADHD. But we don’t really talk about how businesses can lead for and accommodate different neurotypes. We're joined by ADHD advocate, coach and facilitator Callum McKirdy. Together, we discuss how we can ..read more
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Episode 34: The honest guide to menopause and perimenopause
ROW: Workplace Wellbeing Podcast
by Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW)
1y ago
The Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW) podcast explores how we can build better, stronger workplaces.    This episode: The honest guide to menopause and perimenopause With half of people experiencing menopause in their life, this is an important topic with significant impacts on work. But where do we start the menopause conversation? Learning about this life stage is the first step. In this episode, we’re delighted to be joined by Niki Bezzant, writer and author of the bestselling menopause book, This Changes Everything: the honest guide to menopause and perimenopause. In the episode ..read more
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Episode 33: Psychosocial hazards and the neurobiology of stress
ROW: Workplace Wellbeing Podcast
by Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW)
1y ago
The Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW) podcast explores how we can build better, stronger workplaces.    This episode: Psychosocial hazards and the neurobiology of stress In this episode, we chat with Dr Georgi Toma, Founder and CEO of Heart & Brain Works. We talk about how many of the drivers of the current ‘Great Resignation’ have their origins traced back to poor management of psychosocial hazards. This could stem from a lack of psychological safety, poor culture, or leaders that lack the capabilities and skills to lead for wellbeing. We also look at the neurobiological respon ..read more
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Episode 32: Case Study - Leading wellbeing through turbulence at Air New Zealand
ROW: Workplace Wellbeing Podcast
by Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW)
1y ago
The Revolutionaries of Wellbeing (ROW) podcast explores how we can build better, stronger workplaces.    This episode: Case Study - Leading wellbeing through turbulence at Air New Zealand In this episode, we’re joined by Liam Scopes, Air New Zealand’s Strategic Wellbeing Manager. Few industries were as impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic as air travel. International borders closed and the ability to move people and freight was significantly affected by the crisis. Air New Zealand has been through a period of significant changes to its operations, headcount, and structure over the ..read more
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