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Introduction To Work Design For Retaining Top Talent

With Dr Elizabeth Berryman & Renee Jaine


In an evolving economy, nurturing top talent can transform your team. But how can we do this effectively? One of the current popular solutions is WORK DESIGN...

In this free webinar, chnnl CEO Dr Elizabeth Berryman will talk you through the basics of work design, and how to do it in a way that attracts and retains the best talent.

In this session, she will answer;

  • What 'Work Design' means
  • Examples of good Work Design
  • How to get started with your own company's Work Design

Date & time: Thursday 11 May, 11am AEST / 1pm NZST


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Meet The Expert

About Dr Elizabeth Berryman

Founder and director of chnnl, Liz is a governance guru, with roles on both industry and community-based boards. She has a wealth of experience in the health sector, starting her career as a Registered Nurse in community Maori Health, before becoming a Medical Doctor.

Liz is focused on solutions that help workplaces combat issues such as employee burnout, depression, anxiety and suicide, and is an active researcher in this space. After founding a peer-mentoring program for medical students and seeing its success, she is now wildly passionate about supporting people’s mental wellbeing through digital tools.

Liz has been past President of the Otago University Medical Students' Association, New Zealand Medical Students' Association, Chair of the New Zealand Medical Benevolent Fund, and currently sits on the Ministry of Health's Professional Behaviour Taskforce Group and Health Informatics New Zealand Board.

Connect with Liz on LinkedIn Here. 

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