Research shows that knowing and growing our strengths helps us feel energised and engaged. They are also the link to intrinsic motivation, and help us learn faster, perform better and achieve more. This is why Flinders University staff are being invited to a special Health and Welbeing course that will help harness our strengths so we can use them positively at work, in our community and within our families.
This seminar/workshop – being presented as a live and interactive online event on 21 April from 11.30am to 1pm – forms part of Flinders University’s Staff Health and Wellbeing program, and please note it is for staff only.
Speaker Jane Wundersitz, Australian Master Trainer and CEO of WunderTraining, brings robust research from applied positive psychology, strengths, applied neuroscience and mental toughness to support personal growth, leadership development.
Ms Wundersitz has 20 years’ experience in People and Culture Development, building a high performance and positive culture through strategic team development. She started WunderTraining in 2012, with clients including Qantas, Rio Tinto, Macquarie Finance, AnyTime Fitness and Loreal, in addition to government departments, universities, schools and not-for-profit enterprises.
To be involved in this seminar/workshop, Flinders staff need to register via IEnrol – Health and Wellbeing Course – iEnrol (flinders.edu.au) – and will then be provided with a Zoom link before the workshop.
The presenter requests that anyone wanting to attend should complete the VIA Character Strengths Profile online one week before the event. The assessment will take about 10-15 minutes, and for the best insight, please be honest in your self-assessment and try not to overthink the questions. Completing this will enable some pre-work for the collective training group.
While the workshop on 21 April will be live and interactive, unfortunately it won’t be recorded.