Resilience workshops planned by Future Foresters

Friday 1 Sep 2023

Future Foresters are looking forward to hosting a free resilience workshop for our Future Foresters and wider forestry community in the Hawkes Bay and Gisborne regions on the 21st and 22nd of September. This year has been a tough and challenging one for many, including our forestry industry. 'Thriving at Work' is a free resilience focused workshop that will explore how to support foresters to thrive and not simply survive.

Hawkes Bay Workshop: 12-4pm, 21st September, Quality Inn Hotel.

Gisborne Workshop: 12-4pm, 22nd September, Aratu Turanganui Training Room.

If people are the bedrock of the success to any forestry operation, then our mental well-being is of utmost importance. It will examine both the way work is organized and managed as well as develop practical habits for improving physical and mental well-being.

Dr Hillary Bennet is a Director of Leading Safety, a consultancy specializing in the leadership of safety and wellbeing, the assessment and development of safety and wellbeing culture, human factors, and workplace health and safety. Hillary is a registered psychologist and is passionate about supporting people to thrive both at work and at home.

Our Hawkes Bay and Gisborne Future Forester Regional Leaders, Harry Dineen and Buck Trafford have been putting in the mahi behind the scenes to pull this one together. There will be food provided at the workshops and of course an opportunity for networking afterwards.

"We’d love to see you all there. Please RSVP before the 12th September by emailing or messaging us on our socials to secure your spot.

Source: Future Foresters

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