The Wellbeing Conversation
The Wellbeing Conversation series, hosted by Paralympian and ANZ Ambassador Dylan Alcott and mental health advocate, Brad McEwan, features unscripted conversations with ANZ leaders and external experts on a range of topics relating to wellbeing to help us navigate COVID-19 and beyond.
In times of crisis effective leaders stand out for their authenticity, humility and vulnerability.
Join ANZ Chief Executive Shayne Elliott, elite athlete Liz Ellis, Paralympic Gold Medallist Dylan Alcott and mental health advocate Brad McEwan as they share their own personal experiences of leadership and discuss the impact COVID-19 continues to have on their lives.
Flexible working and the new normal
When it comes to working flexibly, do we need to improve our technology or our mindset?
Join ANZ Chief Technology Officer Gerard Florian, feedback expert Georgia Murch, Work Futurist and Head of Research and Development at Atlassian, Dom Price, Paralympic Gold Medalist Dylan Alcott, and mental health advocate Brad McEwan as they discuss how the pandemic has impacted how we work, what it means for companies and individuals and what a ‘new normal’ could look like.
The new us: identity, trust and working flexibly
How do we redefine ourselves in the wake of – and in the midst of - so much change?
Join Work Futurist and Head of Research and Development at Atlassian, Dom Price, feedback expert Georgia Murch, Paralympic Gold Medallist Dylan Alcott and mental health advocate Brad McEwan caught up to discuss the importance of purpose, team connections and how we can all redefine our identity in a new world.
Overcoming fear and embracing the new world
Our lives have irrevocably changed in 2020. We are more fearful. But fear about what could happen can lead to overwhelming emotions and have an impact on our overall wellbeing.
Join ANZ Group Executive Australia, Retail and Commercial, Mark Hand, psychologist Dr Pippa Grange, Paralympic Gold Medallist Dylan Alcott, Work Futurist and mental health advocate Brad McEwan caught up to discuss how we can manage these feelings in a healthy way to make individuals, communities and organisations stronger.
Resilience and perspective: embracing your story
Our lives have been turned upside down in 2020. From bushfires to COVID, we’ve all had to face challenges.
Join ANZ’s Group Executive Digital and Australia Transformation, Maile Carnegie, professional mentor and leadership coach, Ben Crowe, Paralympic Gold Medallist Dylan Alcott, Work Futurist and mental health advocate Brad McEwan caught up to discuss how we shouldn’t let external factors control our story, because we run the risk of giving away what little control we have.
Stay active even if you’re staying at home: Physical health and movement
Without the physical commute to and from our places of work, many of us are missing the incidental exercise we took for granted. We know exercise is important for maintaining our overall wellbeing but what can we do to stay active when we can’t get to gym?
Join ANZ’s Group Executive Institutional, Mark Whelan, AFLW player and ANZ employee, Meg Downie, Paralympic Gold Medallist Dylan Alcott, Work Futurist and mental health advocate Brad McEwan as they discuss physical health and movement and how we can keep active while in lockdown.
Financial wellbeing can help improve mental wellbeing. But how do we get more in control of our financial situation?
Join ANZ's Deputy CEO Alexis George, clinical and coaching psychologist and CEO of the Positivity Institute, Dr Suzy Green, Paralympic Gold Medallist Dylan Alcott and mental health advocate Brad McEwan caught up to discuss the importance financial health has for our mental wellbeing.
As COVID restrictions ease in Melbourne, ANZ staff reflect on their time during lockdown and the positives they will take away from this time of change.
Join Paralympic Gold Medallist Dylan Alcott, mental health advocate Brad McEwan and some of the ANZ team as they talk about they share insights, personal challenges and what they've learned in 2020.
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