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ROW | WEBINAR - Panel - Stronger after the storm: Leadership, wellbeing, and navigating challenges
24 Jul 12:00 PM
Until 24 Jul, 01:00 PM 1h

ROW | WEBINAR - Panel - Stronger after the storm: Leadership, wellbeing, and navigating challenges

Discover leaders' personal stories of overcoming burnout and health crises, and learn the valuable lessons they've gained.

Join us for an engaging panel discussion with distinguished leaders who will share their personal experiences with serious challenges such as burnout and health crises.

Our panel guests are Rob Beard, Owner of Beard Brothers Smallgoods; Matthew Tukaki, Chair of the National Māori Authority; and Joanna Sinclair, Interim National Clinical Lead for Employee Wellbeing at Te Whatu Ora Health NZ and Consultant Anaesthetist.

Discover how they navigated burnout and personal crises, and the valuable lessons they've learned. The panel will also provide practical insights into managing similar challenges and enhancing wellbeing in leadership roles.

Don't miss this opportunity to learn from their journeys and apply their strategies to your approach to work and life.

 

Panel guests:

Rob Beard, Owner of Beard Brothers Smallgoods

Rob comes across as a down-to-earth kiwi bloke with a humble and successful business out of the Hawke’s Bay, selling sausages. Once you get to know Rob, you realise that he’s no ordinary guy. Rob has suffered a heart attack caused by stress, hit absolute rock bottom mentally and went through one of the worst things imaginable – losing his sister who took her own life. Since then, he’s been very open about his own battles in the hope that his story will help others.

 

Joanna Sinclair, Interim National Clinical Lead for Employee Wellbeing at Te Whatu Ora Health NZ and Consultant Anaesthetist

Jo is an Anaesthetist with a career-long interest in doctors’ health and wellbeing. In early 2020 she was appointed the Senior Medical Officer Wellbeing Lead at Te Whatu Ora Counties Manukau, and in that role has been instrumental in bringing Schwartz Rounds to the organisation, and developing a Stress First Aid training programme. She is the hospital lead for the Health Roundtable Workforce Wellbeing Improvement Group.

In 2022, Jo was seconded into the role of Interim National Clinical Lead for Employee Wellbeing for Te Whatu Ora Health NZ. She works collaboratively with colleagues in the People and Communications Team to begin shifting our organisational culture to one that supports healthcare workers to thrive at work. In 2023, she attended the Stanford Chief Wellbeing Officer Course in San Francisco to further her capability in this area.

Jo has undertaken additional training in coaching and mentoring, critical incident stress management, leadership and communication. She is an Associate Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators and has been co-chair of the ANZCA Wellbeing Special Interest Group.

 

Matthew Tukaki, Chair of the National Māori Authority

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