Wellbeing and performance: Which one comes first?
Wellbeing and Performance Research Group: Inaugural Symposium
Recent work trends and academic research has extolled the virtues of wellbeing at work. However, balancing wellbeing and performance is fraught with diverse understandings of wellbeing, cost and resource trade-offs, and competing interests to name a few.
This symposium explores some of the current issues and tensions that exist when balancing wellbeing and performance at work. Topics include diversity in wellbeing; tensions in managing wellbeing; and the wellbeing-performance nexus.
6 September 2017
9:30am – 3pm
Business School Building, WF604
level 6, 42 Wakefield Street
AUT City Campus
Dr Elizabeth Kerekere - "Weaving Takatāpui and Whānau Well-being: Lessons and Challenges"
Dr Kerekere is an artist and Founder/Chair of Tīwhanawhana Trust. She has been an activist within Māori and LGBTIQ communities for 35 years with a focus on takatāpui and young people. Dr Kerekere’s ground-breaking work includes the resources; Takatāpui: Part of the Whānau and Growing Up Takatāpui – Whānau Journeys; and her recently published PhD thesis: Part of the Whānau: Takatāpui Identity and Well-Being – He Whāriki Takatāpui.
This symposium is open to all at no charge.