Workplace health and well-being workshops

Wimmera workshops

Leadership Wimmera are pleased to provide the following opportunities with Cynthia Mahoney, facilitator, coach, mentor, speaker, and author, proudly supported by WDA and the State Government.

Well-being Workshop

Tuesday 17 May

Warracknabeal Community Centre, 6pm – 9pm

Develop strategies on how to prioritise self-care and learn how to:

  • Use positive psychology techniques to boost well-being.

  • Let go of excess baggage and give yourself permission to say NO.

  • Identify personal warning signs during times of stress and develop strategies for managing yourself through tough times.

Cost: $20 per person including supper.

Cultivating a Healthy Workplace - Half Day workshop & networking lunch

Wednesday 18 May

Horsham Golf Club, 9.30am – 1.30pm 

Interactive workshop with practical strategies to implement in the workplace, including:

  • How to best support the transition back into the workplace

  • Identifying staff concerns and ideas for addressing these

  • Burnout cultures vs cultivating cultures

Cost: $40 per person including lunch.

Dinner with Cynthia Mahoney & local leaders

Wednesday 18 May

Café Jas, 6pm – 9pm

Two course dinner with keynote speaker Cynthia Mahoney, author of Cultivate, a book specially written for rural, regional and remote leaders and focusing on three things:

  • How to look after yourself as a leader (Cultivate yourself)

  • How to be a great leader for your team (Being a Cultivating Leader)

  • How to create cultures that reflect the way people want to live and work today (Creating Cultivated Cultures).

Cost:  $50 per person including two course dinner.

About Cynthia Mahoney

Cynthia is a facilitator, coach, mentor, speaker and author with a passion for personal disruption, neuroscience, positive psychology, courageous conversations, high performance and well-being. Her mantra (taken from the latest research) is that, “Happier people are higher performing,” and she strives to help leaders and teams achieve this in the workplace.

Cynthia made a successful leap from an extensive career in government to founding her own leadership development practice, Cynthia Mahoney and Associates, eight years ago. Through her practice, Cynthia has created a way to combine her entrepreneurial spirit with her passion for developing people to be their best and her skills and talent in facilitation. Her journey of self-discovery, along with her empathy, authenticity, and commitment to courage, growth and self-leadership, enable her to help people, teams and organisations make positive change and achieve professional and personal success.

You can find more information about Cynthia, author of ‘Cultivate: how neuroscience and well-being support rural leaders to thrive’ via this website www.cynthiamahoney.com.au/

Cynthia Mahoney
Cynthia Mahoney