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LIV Wellbeing Program: Beyond Annus Horribilis

LIV Wellbeing Program: Beyond Annus Horribilis

Date & TimeThursday 03 December 2020 4–5pm
Format Webinar
Price

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$0.00

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$55.00

CPD Units 1
  • Professional Skills
Venue Online, Digital Delivery View Map

After a year of Zooming, setting new precedents and mastering the art of ‘silver linings’, it’s time for the great pause. Facing the summer break ahead, it’s never been more important to be intentional about entering the rest and recovery zone.

Underpinned by evidence-based leading-edge research, and contemporary psychology, the LIV have teamed up with Human Inc to offer an informative and interactive session that will reflect on individualised and collective experiences in 2020. We will then shift gears to practice getting present, before turning our focus to the future.

Further details below.

Further Details

  • Full Description

    After a year of Zooming, setting new precedents and mastering the art of ‘silver linings’, it’s time for the great pause. Facing the summer break ahead, it’s never been more important to be intentional about entering the rest and recovery zone. Many of us have visited (or taken a longer stay than usual) in the survival zone this year. Now it’s time to slow down and reset and move our bodies and minds into the ‘rest and digest’ response.

    Underpinned by evidence-based leading-edge research, and contemporary psychology, the LIV have teamed up with Human Inc to offer an informative and interactive session that will reflect on individualised and collective experiences in 2020. We will then shift gears to practice getting present, before turning our focus to the future

    Together we will explore:

    • How can you decompress?
    • How can you truly unwind?
    • What will you take with you into the break (and 2021), and what will you leave behind?

    We will introduce tools, techniques and practices to assist you in ‘transitioning’ into the next moment (and the next head space).

    Join us to debrief on a big year and learn how to ‘not waste a crisis.’

    Registration Information

    Online registrations close 12 hours before this event begins. If you would like to book after online registration has closed, please contact the events team on phone 03 9607 9473 or email register@liv.asn.au.

    Webinar Details

    LIV webinars offer an interactive learning experience – wherever you are, from any device – and are run through Zoom. Register as you would any of our other in-person education and we’ll send you the webinar link and log in details the morning of the event date.

    Please Note: Instructions are sent to the primary email address linked to your LIV account. If you do not receive an email from us, check the contact details in your LIV profile to confirm the correct email. If you have not received instructions from us within an hour of the event, please contact the events team on email register@liv.asn.au or phone 03 9607 9473.

    For additional information on LIV webinars, see our Frequently Asked Questions.

  • Presenters


    Stephen McDonald, Human Inc

    Emily Knowles, Human Inc

  • LIV Wellbeing Program

    The Law Institute of Victoria is committed to the wellbeing of those who work in the Victorian legal profession and supporting firms with their workplace health aspirations. We collectively acknowledge the important role being well plays in our profession. We are all stakeholders in the health and wellbeing of our legal community. We need to adopt a ‘whole of person’ and ‘whole of organisation’ approach when it comes to wellbeing in the law. Physical health, mental health, workplace environment and workplace culture all have a significant part to play both individually and collectively.