Risk - Stay the Course - SYDNEY
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Westpac, 275 Kent Street, Sydney
Wed 28 March 2018 | 4.00pm start with networking drinks from 5.00pm until 6.00pm
The RMA is pleased to bring to its members a special event in March celebrating International Women's Day.
2018 brings an environment where resilience, wellbeing and psychological health are fundamental for us to thrive professionally and personally.
Dr Laura Kirby, Chief Executive & Principal Psychologist, CommuniCorp Group is a skilled psychologist with more than ten years’ experience in workplace training, organisational development and workplace wellbeing initiatives.
Join Laura as she explores pivotal career moments, strategies employed and lessons learned with a group of accomplished female risk professionals, each in a different career stage and who has faced unique challenges.
Laura will critically examine the real life application of proven strategies to support us all staying the course as risk professionals.
Speaker: Dr Laura Kirby, Executive & Principal Psychologist CommuniCorp Group
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Dr Laura Kirby
Chief Executive & Principal Psychologist
As a Principal Psychologist of the CommuniCorp Group, Laura specialises in a wide range of workplace and professional capabilities including resilience, wellbeing, psychological health and interpersonal capabilities. Specialising in organisational psychology, with experience in community mental health and return to work settings, Laura has expertise in workplace mental health, stress and psychological injuries and engaging appropriate intervention and prevention strategies for individuals, teams and the broader organisation. Laura is experienced in working with a breadth of clientele and working in a range of sectors, including corporates across public and private sectors, military, academic, and sporting.
Laura completed her Doctorate in Organisational Psychology at Macquarie University, where she developed skills and knowledge as a practitioner in the area of contemporary organisational issues, organisational performance and developing and analysing effective targeted workplace programmes. Laura is a highly regarded regularly engaged as a facilitator for the delivery of workplace psychology programs, and has presented her research at several national conferences.