12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Ascot Park Hotel,
Tay and Racecourse Road,
NZAS chief executive and general manager Stew Hamilton said, “The COVID-19 crisis has been a difficult time for people in our workforce and communities, and the impact this can have on mental health and wellbeing shouldn’t be underestimated.”
Mike King is known for his work as a prominent mental health educator and motivational speaker with the work he does under his charity and with his conference speaking.
He uses an unorthodox approach when talking to youth and wider communities, sharing his struggles with his inner critic and allowing people to recognise that everyone has problems and it’s ok to ask for help.
Mike works with all levels within an organisation to help with mental health and safety in the workplace. His message tells of how he overcame drug and alcohol addiction, and his continued battle against depression.
Although suicide prevention is the big picture, Mike doesn’t actively discuss it, choosing to concentrate on delivering a hopeful message and connecting people, services and resources within the community.
Thank you to our sponsors
🔴 PRINCIPAL SPONSOR – NZAS
🔴 SILVER SPONSOR – FMG
🔴 PRODUCT SPONSORS – Ascot Park Hotel & Air New Zealand
Investment: $55 Southland Chamber members | $70 Non members. Cost includes lunch – please advise dietary requirements
RSVP by Wednesday 2 September
*Due to COVID-19 Level 2 restrictions this event is limited to 100 people
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