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Workplace Wellness Festival

22 & 23 June 2020 | International Convention Centre, Sydney | Australia

AUSTRALIA’S GIANT FESTIVAL OF WORKPLACE HEALTH & WELLNESS!
1,500+ Delegates | 200+ Speakers | 80+ Exhibitors | 30+ Startups

WHAT IS THE WORKPLACE WELLNESS FESTIVAL?

Meet the people and companies transforming the way we stay healthy, happy and productive at work at Australia’s definitive workplace wellness event, now in its second big year!

Workplace Wellness Festival is Australia’s giant festival of workplace health and wellness. It is not just another conference. It is not just another expo.

  • Access the 200+ speaker, 5-track conference, all on one ticket. 
  • Join our big plenary sessions and dip in and out of 5 conference tracks running continuously all day every day.
  • Meet like-minded people in The Hub, grab a coffee at the cafe, browse the expo floor and check out the coolest tech ideas in the Startup Village.

Join the revolution in workplace health and wellbeing!

5 CONFERENCES, 200+ SPEAKERS

PLENARY 

Get the big picture, be motivated and inspired by the best and brightest experts from around Australia and the world

HEALTH & WELLNESS 

How are Australia’s coolest companies improving health and well-being and creating productive workplaces?

MENTAL WELLNESS 

How do you create the conditions for a happy and engaged workforce? How are companies responding to the mental health crisis?

MEANING & PURPOSE

Work with meaning & purpose is key to retaining staff. Find out why sustainability, diversity & inclusion and CSR are high on the agenda of Australia’s top companies

WORKPLACE EXPERIENCE

Learn about the trends in fit-out, design, facilities & office tech that are sweeping through the modern workplace

TECH

Technology has a key role in improving health & well-being. Discover the latest tools to boost collaboration, productivity & well-being

First Speakers Confirmed for 2020

Scott Hazard, Global Real Estate and Workplace Experience Leader, Atlassian, USA

Rasmus Hougaard, best-selling author of The Mind of the Leader; Managing Director, Potential Project International, USA

Fiona Andrew, National Health & Wellbeing Manager, Australia Post 

Ainhoa Emaldi Azcue, Culture & Learning Specialist, Canva

Tanya Howard, Health, Safety & Wellbeing Business Partner, THE ICONIC  

Jeremy Moore,  Assistant Commissioner, Workforce Strategy and Change, ATO 

Jon Baker, Group Head of Safety and Business Continuity, Coca Cola Amatil

Rebecca Jenkins, People Operations, Employee Engagement, Airtasker 

Alex Diab, Director People & Property, NSW Business Chamber 

Ali Skrzypiec, Head of Wellbeing, Safety and Environment, oOH! Media 

Sonja Braidner, Diversity & Inclusion Lead, Fire & Rescue NSW

Professor Felice Jacka, Director, Food & Mood Centre,Deakin University 

Leith Mitchell, Director Diversity, Culture and Engagement, Queensland Department of Education 

Kaylene Little, Head of People & Communities, Tassal Group 

Jack Heath, CEO,SANE Australia 

Professor David DunstanHead, Physical Activity Lab, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute 

David Contarini, Head of Community and Education, RACQ 

Tracy Angwin, CEO, Australian Payroll Association 

Dr Kaushik Ram, Neuroscientist, Brain and Mind Research Institute, University of Sydney 

Peter Pollnitz, Work Health, Safety & Injury Management, SA Health