It’s World Mental Health Day and we want to invite you to join the Spark wellbeing movement by coming along to some events to help you practice mindfulness, and maintain positive changes that can make it easier for you to realise the potential of your business.
It’s well known that stress is the world-leading cause of disability. While the average Australian spends a third of their life at work, founders and startup employees work on average 50% more than that. Healthy people are almost three times more effective at work and that’s why here at Spark we believe that supporting the community is the most important thing if we want our ecosystem to grow resilient.
Don’t miss out on these opportunities to slow down and better your working environment, health and wellbeing. Spark Festival goes from 10 to 27 October.
This World Mental Health Day, acquire practical, implementable, mental and emotional wellbeing skills in order to further your business's success. Participants will learn strategies to develop and maintain the resilience and clarity required to run a successful business.
Join OpenIDEO Sydney Chapter for a rapid-fire and hands-on design sprint where you’ll learn and use the techniques of human-centered design to create a prototype to improve mental wellbeing at work.
During a Forest Bathing walk you'll experience being guided through sensory awareness and immersion activities that simultaneously restore and awaken the body and mind. We start with some guided meditation and slow wandering, move through some games inspired by ancient nature-based cultural practices, include some more reflective or interospective practices and end with a bush tea ceremony.
A monthly guided morning walk for professionals and business owners in Sydney's stunning Royal Botanic Gardens. The morning provides rich connections with like minded people and an opportunity to start the day on a healthy and inspired note!
This event will be focused on growth and resilience. Every day, founders and startups are met with challenges and difficult decisions. It is in the way we respond to these adversities that dictates how we move forward and our long-term success.
Whether you’re a successful CEO, struggling start-up, amazing innovator or a busy small business person, or someone re-entering the workforce, come and join the Twalk team for a casual walk and talk, along the beautiful Sydney Harbour Foreshore. Come and share your journey and get motivated and excited for whatever is next in store for you and your business.
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