AMI's Livestream Chats bring together marketers across multiple industries and sectors to foster conversation and spark debate.
AMI Livestream Chat events are held live and online, they consist of experts speaking on topics relevant to professionals. These topics can be within the marketing or professional sphere. The Chats are focused on a conversation around the topic, encouraging new perspectives, ideas and conversations.
Each Livestream Chat will include:
- Topic conversation
Hear about topics relevant to all professionals
Ask questions of the experts
- Connecting with peers
Your time to connect with marketers across the country (and sometimes the world!)
Topic and Focus:
Mental wellbeing in times of disruptive change
Futureproof yourself with change and resilience capabilities.
We will be discussing:
- Why building your capabilities in change and resilience will help future proof your career and your organisation
- With change comes great stress! How to identify the signs of declining mental health and burnout
- Proactively managing your mental wellbeing and adapting your mindset
- Getting comfortable with the uncomfortable - courageous conversations about mental wellbeing
Dianne also encourages questions related to her personal experiences with mental illness and burnout. No question is out of bounds. The more we talk openly, the more we break the stigma surrounding mental health.
‘Change has never happened this fast before, and it will never be this slow again.’
- Graeme Wood
About the Speaker:
Change Coach, The Happy Path
Dianne McCabe is a change coach, consultant, facilitator and speaker. She works with global corporate leaders, teams & organisations, who want to sustainably drive change, without sacrificing mental wellbeing.
As an accredited Prosci Change Practitioner and certified Life Coach with a 20 year career in technology and organisational change, Dianne has a deep understanding of what is needed to help people and organisations adapt to change, in a sustainable way.
Her lived experience of mental illness and corporate burnout, have sparked a passion for mental wellbeing in the workplace. In her speaking and workshop engagements, she openly shares how these experiences impacted her family, her career and how they ultimately drove her to take proactive personal responsibility for her mental health.
Her focus on practical tools, implementable frameworks and her down-to-earth relatable style help her audience and clients feel better equipped to lead, embrace and adapt to change.