You’re invited | Join us at our ‘Supporting your business mental health and wellbeing’ Webinar

You’re invited | Join us at our ‘Supporting your business mental health and wellbeing’ Webinar

How does mental health and wellbeing impact Queensland business? 
 Business Chamber Queensland, in partnership with the Queensland Mental Health Commission would like to invite you to join a discussion on mental health and wellbeing and the impact on business.

Many Queensland businesses have faced challenges over the past three years brought about by the pandemic, worker and supply shortages, as well as natural disasters.
But there are many opportunities ahead for businesses to capitalise on too.

Mental health and wellbeing have a ripple effect that impacts not only you, but also your staff, stakeholders, and the local community.

That’s why being mentally, as well as operationally, ready to manage the ups and downs of running a business is so important.

Our expert guest speakers from Beyond Blue, Everymind and Business Wellness Coach will take you through the importance of mental health and wellbeing and provide you with a range of information and resources to support you and a thriving business. 
 
Webinar details
Date: Wednesday, 19 July
Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm 
Zoom Webinar 
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  Presenters and guests  
  Alyse Berrigan.png   Alyse Berrigan   Senior Project Officer, Everymind

Alyse leads various workplace mental health projects with a particular focus on small business. One of Alyses’ key roles is on the Ahead for Business program which supports small business owners take action on their mental health through online tools and resources.

Her role has provided her with a broad knowledge on the stressors affecting small business owners and how these can be managed. Alyse holds a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and a Graduate Certificate in Project Management.    

  Heidi Gray   Business Wellness Coach, Small Business Financial Counselling Service

Growing up in northern NSW and attending senior boarding school in Toowoomba, Heidi has a connection with communities either side of the border. After taking a break from travel consulting in 2018 to help out on her family farm during the drought, Heidi experienced firsthand the devastating effect drought has on families and the community as a whole.

This motivated Heidi to study counselling and psychology, providing her with the skills and opportunity to support families affected by drought, flooding and COVID-19.    

  Terri Cooper   President, Brisbane Southside Chamber of Commerce

Terri has a passion for small business and in particular for micro businesses and sole traders. After running a successful small business for 15 years, in 2017, Terri took on the role of Small Business Liaison Manager for the City of Brisbane, working with both Brisbane Marketing (Brisbane EDA) and Brisbane City Council successfully raising the profile of the initiatives and support available for small business.

In early 2021, Terri accepted a role within Queensland Government, further supporting small business, and has worked as a mental health coach to small business owners through the Beyond Blue New Access program. In October 2022 Terri joined Business Chamber Queensland as a Business Support Manager.    
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