friday firesides for mental health month


Join us by our virtual fireside for conversation that sparks ideas this October!

This Mental Health Month, throughout October, we're sitting by the virtual fireside with several experienced business leaders to hear their stories of managing wellbeing at work, and the tips and tools they apply to create mentally healthy workplaces.

Join The Oranges Toolkit's General Manager, Tegan Davies, for a series of lunchtime Friday Firesides with senior leaders from the public sector, retail, and construction industries, including:

- Alison Halpin, Deputy General Manager, People and Culture at Australian Sports Commission on Friday 8th October 12:30pm AEDT - Register here

- Ana Gelemanovic, General Manager People and Culture at Mitre10 (Independent Hardware Group) on Friday 15th October 12:30pm AEDT - Register here

- Jim Frith, Managing Director at McConnell Dowell Constructors on Friday 22nd October 12:30pm AEDT - Register here

- Craig Murphy, General Manager Customer, People & Culture at Henley Friday 29th October 12:30pm AEDT - Register here

Gain practical tips from highly experienced HR and business professionals who lead with a focus on wellbeing. Hear their first-hand experiences of the challenges that they've faced or are facing, insights on how they manage their own wellbeing, and how they support the wellbeing and resilience of those around them.

Recognising that we're all facing challenges right now, we encourage Friday Fireside attendees to treat these sessions as a chance to take a break from the day job, grab some lunch or a cuppa, and enjoy inspiration and ideas around how to promote positive mental health!

For four Fridays in October starting on the 8th October, Tegan will host our special guests. Registration is required.

The Oranges Toolkit's Friday Firesides for Mental Health speaker line-up
Alison Halpin of Australian Sports Commission, Ana Gelemanovic of Mitre10, Jim Frith of McConnell Dowell, and Craig Murphy of Henley will join Tegan Davies of The Oranges Toolkit for Friday Firesides for Mental Health in October.

Help is all around

We all have mental health. We believe that mental health as a term should be perceived positively - it's not all about being unwell. When we invest in our wellbeing and have positive mental health, we feel better and perform better, too. Of course, mental ill health is a major issue and there are plenty of times when extra help is needed. Thankfully, there is help all around.

If you or someone you know needs extra support, we recommend contacting your workplace Employee Assistance Program (EAP), a qualified health practitioner or:

- Beyond Blue: 1300 224 636

- Lifeline: 13 11 14

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