MENTOR WALKS CONVERSATION SERIES
‘Wellbeing’ is a hot topic. Schools, Universities and even large companies are recruiting wellbeing managers; there are wellbeing practitioners across a range of health and allied health modalities; and a whole host of wellbeing products available for sale that cover everything from vitamins to beauty products and even wellbeing tissues and water. In the context of the current global pandemic, there has never been a more important time to understand and act upon the things that keep us physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually ‘well’.
So what is wellbeing and what can professional women do to prioritise is for themselves?
In this evidence-informed yet practical online session, Angelina will share some current thinking from wellbeing science, (also known as positive psychology), and offer some proven tips and tools. You will come away with a greater understanding of the actions you can take to help yourself, and those you around you, live a rich and thriving life.
Don’t miss this interactive session.
Angelina is a facilitator, coach and a former management consultant whose career focuses on helping professional women connect, lead and live purposeful, engaged lives by fully realising and using their strengths and talents. Angelina started learning about and working with positive psychology and strengths-based approaches in 2004 and has since worked with hundreds of groups and individuals to help them realise their sources of high performance.
She has a Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) from the University of Melbourne; her capstone thesis was Thriving Women, Thriving Workplaces: Shifting the paradigm about women, gender equality, wellbeing and work. She also teaches positive psychology to the next generation of leaders on masters programs at the Monash University business school.