An important part of Jelly’s discussion during the summit was how leaders can provide better training, support and supervision through:
Lucinda Brogden AM, Chair for the National Mental Health Commission, also reiterated Kelly’s perspective that a psychologically safe workplace is not just aspirational, it’s the law.
During her talk at the summit, Brogden discussed the National Mental Health Commission’s National Workplace Initiative approach.
Brogden also shared a few key pieces of information about the rise of the Gig Economy. Gig workers are heavily skewed on the younger generation and are 3.3 times per cent more likely to be students and 2.9 per cent more likely to be formerly employed.
Kim Grady, Head of Group Safety, Wellbeing and Governance at Australia Post, also shared how the Australia Post has managed to keep their employees mental health in check by promoting psychological safety teleconference education sessions which covered the following:
Also present as speakers during the first day of the summit were:
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