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  • #37 'The Future of Work' report by PwC, with Sharon Ponniah, PwC Director Health and Wellbeing

    PwC Australia recently published its Future of Work report, ‘How hybrid working is rewriting the rule book’ and Sharon is one of the authors. You can download the report here: https://www.pwc.com.au/futureofwork


    With the world of work changed so drastically, what opportunities does this present? How is hybrid working becoming a key element in optimising work? Is the traditional office on its last legs?


    Wellbeing strategy is key to weathering this storm of change, with understanding the nuances of your workforce of utmost importance. But what's the right mix for an organisation’s wellbeing strategy? And how can an organisation upskill leaders, managers and teams in wellbeing?


    In supporting employees and maintaining their wellbeing comes the need for an Employee Assistance Program or an EAP. Yet how can an employee best utilise this EAP? Is fear of disadvantage a barrier to this?


    All these topics and more are explored with today's guest Sharon Ponniah where changing workplaces and wellbeing will be at the forefront of discussion.


    ABOUT SHARON PONNIAH

    Sharon Ponniah is PwC Australia Director of Health and Wellbeing, Public Policy and Economics. PwC Australia recently published its Future of Work report, ‘How hybrid working is rewriting the rule book’ and Sharon is one of the authors.


    With a PhD in Public Health, as a leader, Sharon is recognised for building high performing teams with collaborative and positive cultures and views diversity and inclusion as key.


    ABOUT THE HOST, NINA SUNDAY CSP

    A Certified Virtual Presenter, Nina Sunday presents in-person in Australia and virtually internationally on transforming team culture and psychological safety. She's author of ‘Workplace Wisdom for 9 to thrive; proven tactics and hacks to get ahead in today’s workplace’, a selection of the C-Suite Book Club. 


    With a Bachelor of Arts and Diploma in Education and qualified in film and television from the Australian Film, TV and Radio School, Nina worked as a Production Manager in television, before founding a training organisation leading a team of Facilitators Australia-wide. Nina is a past chapter president of Professional Speakers Australia, a CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) and CVP (Certified Virtual Presenter).


    Nina frequents the speaking stage, in-person in Australia/New Zealand and internationally from a professional studio, and is open to gigs. For speaking info visit https://ninasunday.com or for training info go to https://www.brainpowertraining.com.au/training-topics/ or follow Nina Sunday on LinkedIn


    The Manage Self, Lead Others podcast is mainly for experienced and aspiring managers to explore ways to elevate and transform team culture. Each week, Nina Sunday speaks with key experts from Australia and across the globe who share their insights in self-leadership and leading others. Fiercely Australian. Fiercely global.

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Manage Self, Lead Others. Nina Sunday presents.

Manage Self, Lead Others. Nina Sunday presents.

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