Agenda

Thursday 3 November, 9am - 5pm
Pullman Hotel, Cnr Princes St and Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland

 

9:00am  Conference begins
  MC | Miriama Kamo
  People, place and performance – Inspiring wellness through supportive cultures
Ryan Picarella | WELCOA
  Creating a Healthier Society
Vicki Caisley | Southern Cross Health Society
   
10:40am Morning tea
11:10am Session two begins
  Supporting New Zealand businesses to switch to wellbeing
Chris Watney | Southern Cross Health Society
  Healthy Thinking tools to improve your team’s wellbeing
Dr Tom Mulholland | Health Innovation Centre
  Corporate case-studies – Best practice in corporate 
wellbeing from around New Zealand

Vodafone, SkyCity, Flexi Cards, Calibre Consulting
   
12:40pm Lunch
1:30pm Session three begins
  Movember and Workplace – Fun as a Trojan Horse
Robert Dunne | Movember Foundation NZ
  Wearables in wellness – Integrating technology into an effective corporate wellness programme
Andrew Eagling | Fitbit Group Health
  Back pain and work – Understanding causes and strategies to keep your team healthy
Chris Gregg | TBI Health Group           
   
3:10pm Afternoon tea
3:30pm Session four begins
  Lisa Carrington
Double Olympian & Southern Cross Ambassador
  Diet, not diets! Eating well in a busy world
Niki Bezzant | Healthy Food Guide
  Taking an holistic approach to tracking, measuring, and reporting Corporate Wellness
Thomas Dijohn | dacadoo
   
5:00pm  Networking drinks

Corporate case-studies – Best practice in corporate 
wellbeing from around New Zealand

Vodafone, SkyCity, F&P Finance, Calibre Consultin

Corporate case-studies – Best practice in corporate 
wellbeing from around New Zealand

Vodafone, SkyCity, F&P Finance, Calibre Consultin

Wearables in wellness – Integrating technology into an effective corporate wellness programme
Andrew Eagling | Fitbit Group Health

Wearables in wellness – Integrating technology into an effective corporate wellness programme
Andrew Eagling | Fitbit Group Health

Back pain and work – Understanding causes and strategies to keep your team healthy
Chris Gregg | The Back Institute