Resilience during COVID19 - ONLINE ONLY


Resilience during COVID19 - ONLINE ONLY


From: Tuesday July 28, 2020, 12:30 pm

To: Tuesday July 28, 2020, 1:30 pm

In these challenging times, FSAA is delighted to be assisted by Jono Nicholas to bring you a webinar on psychological stages of COVID-19.  Jono will explore, and give some practical guidance to understand how to be resilient in highly uncertain environments by using practical strategies to manage wellbeing and stress.    

Being resilient in the the time of COVID-19

The webinar will provide an overview of the psychological stages of COVID-19 and why we feel certain things at each stage. In particular it will help participants understand how to be resilient in highly uncertain environments by using practical strategies to manage their own wellbeing and stress.    

About our Speaker

Jono Nicholas, MD is the Founder and Managing Director of the Wellbeing Outfit. He is an Executive Consultant at EY, specialising in mental health, and a Director of the Future Generation Global Investment Company.

Prior to setting up the Wellbeing Outfit, Jono was the CEO of ReachOut Australia Australia’s leading digital mental health service for young people and their parents - from 2010 to 2018. In 2018, Jono was a finalist for the Australian Mental Health Prize in which he was recognised for his more than 20 years of service to mental health.

The Wellbeing Outfit was launched to provide specialist consultancy services in mental health and wellbeing. Its purpose is to help organisations improve performance by improving the wellbeing of their people. We provide organisations with strategy direction, consulting support, be-spoke programs, workshops and executive coaching. Since launch, the Wellbeing Outfit has worked with some of Australia’s leading organisations including EY, KFC, Stockland Group and Anglo American Mining.

The webinar will be hosted by FSAA Director Lisa-Marie McKechnie, a partner at EY. Lisa-Marie has a keen interest in the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health.







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