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Wellness, Health, OHS

Our selection of wellness, health, occupational health and safety speakers is extensive. Whatever the event we will have the right speaker to deliver your goals and ensure your event is a huge success.

Click here to view our health, lifestyle and wellbeing speakers.

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POSTED 11 May 2020

Dr Ross Walker is an eminent practising cardiologist with a passion for people and health, boasting 40 years’ experience as a clinician. For the past 20 years he has been focusing on preventative cardiology and is one of Australia’s leading preventative health experts. 

Considered one of the world’s best keynote speakers and life coaches, Dr Walker is the author of seven best-selling books and a regular health presenter in the Australian Media. He also appears weekly on the national Macquarie Radio network and the Super Radio network.

POSTED 28 April 2020

Anna Meares is the only Australian to win a medal in an individual event at four Olympic Games. She was Australia’s flag bearer at the Rio Olympics. But Anna’s life since Rio has not been easy, as she struggled to come to terms with retirement, a divorce, the death of her much loved coach Gary West, and the realisation that, for all her greatness, the world of elite cycling was carrying on without her. In her new book, Anna Meares: Now, Anna describes the impact all this loss had on her, as she found herself feeling despondent and alone, and questioning if all she’d achieved was truly worth it. 

‘There were times when going to sleep was the hardest part of my entire day,’ she writes. ‘I just wanted to stay asleep, if I ever got there.’

Happily, Anna was able to turn her life around. She is in a new relationship and recently gave birth to a daughter, Evelyn. In this exclusive extract, she recalls the depths of her despair after she retired and when things started to improve …

POSTED 27 April 2020

ICMI presents Mother’s Day High Tea with the delightful Julie Goodwin

On Friday 8 May at 11:00am, ICMI will be hosting a cooking demonstration via Zoom with Julie Goodwin, hosted by Stephanie Brantz

POSTED 04 September 2017

In 2000, respected sports broadcaster Craig Hamilton was hospitalised after suffering a public psychotic episode. He was later diagnosed with Bipolar 1 Disorder, challenging himself, his family and employer. He believes there are two types of people, those who think they will never be affected by mental illness, and those struggling in the midst of it. Craig has been in both groups. He has written two biographies documenting his journey and spoken across Australia, discussing the depths of his illness, depression, suicide and men’s health. Craig's campaigning for increased support for those suffering has led him to become one of the nation’s leading mental health advocates.

In this article, the Mental Health speaker shares his insight and personal experience to becoming mentally stronger.

POSTED 15 December 2016

Craig Hamilton is one of Australia’s leading mental health advocates, sharing his journey from the depths of hell to regaining his health and happiness. Star of the documentary Broken Open, Craig has used his privileged position in the public eye to challenge perceptions, calling for increased support for suffers and providing health and wellbeing advice across Australia. Craig is a powerful speaker, who can educate any audience with his honest insight which is shared with great passion and conviction. No one walks away from Craig's presentations without being thoroughly inspired. 

Here the Health, Lifestyle and Wellbeing Speaker shares his insight to help people reduce the negative impacts of anxiety and depression.

POSTED 05 November 2015

In 2000, respected sports broadcaster Craig Hamilton was hospitalised after suffering a psychotic episode. Craig thought he was the last person who this could happen to, but he had been suffering for more than a decade without recognising the warning signs. Now, Craig is an influential advocate for mental health; he is a Beyondblue ambassador and has authored two books, Broken Open shares his deeply personal story, and A Better Life which provides practical tips for thriving with mental illness.

Here the Health, Lifestyle and Wellbeing Speaker tackles the tough subject of changing the perception of mental health in the workplace.

POSTED 16 October 2015

In 2000, respected sports broadcaster Craig Hamilton was hospitalised after suffering a psychotic episode. Craig thought he was the last person who this could happen to, but he had been suffering for more than a decade without recognising the warning signs. Now, Craig is an influential advocate for mental health; he is a beyondblue ambassador and has authored two books, Broken Open shares his deeply personal story, and A Better Life which provides practical tips for thriving with mental illness.

Here the Health, Lifestyle and Wellbeing Speaker tackles the tough subject of changing the perception of mental health in the workplace.

POSTED 17 July 2015

In 2000, respected sports broadcaster Craig Hamilton was hospitalised after suffering a public psychotic episode and was subsequently diagnosed with Bipolar 1 Disorder. This was a huge challenge for himself, his family and his employer. Although the experience was traumatic, Craig decided to speak up and challenge the stigma associated with mental illness. In this post, the respected health, lifestyle and wellbeing speaker shares his experience and his personal journey back to good mental health.

POSTED 12 June 2015

In 2000, respected sports broadcaster Craig Hamilton was hospitalised after suffering a public psychotic episode. He was later diagnosed with Bipolar 1 Disorder. The experience was traumatic, but encouraged Craig to speak up and challenge the stigma associated with mental illness and health. 

Since then he’s written two biographies documenting his journey and spoken across Australia, discussing the depths of his illness, depression, suicide, men’s health and becoming one of the nation’s leading mental health advocates.

POSTED 01 June 2015

Darren Flanagan is both an accidental celebrity and a true hero. Darren played a major part in the rescue of the two miners trapped in the Beaconsfield mine. In addition to his work as a leading explosives expert, Darren is now an inspirational public speaker specialising in topics for those in the risk management field.

We asked Darren “What does it take to be an extraordinary instructor and teach people new skills?” This is what the Health and Safety Speaker shared with us.

POSTED 12 May 2015

Graeme Cowan is one of Australia’s leading authorities on leadership resilience and creating a mentally healthy work culture. He was instrumental in setting up and growing R U OK? Day and is the author of 3 best-selling books. In this article the leading Health, Lifestyle and Wellbeing speaker discusses the benefits of mastering your mood.

POSTED 30 April 2015

Rachael Robertson successfully shaped a resilient, safe and successful team in the most remote and dangerous workplace known to humankind, Antarctica. Rachael has over 20 years leadership experience in challenging and remote workplaces. We asked Rachael Robertson if she had a room full of people and could teach them one skill; what would it be?  This is what the Health & Safety Speaker shared with us.

POSTED 27 April 2015

Marty Wilson has spent his entire professional life studying fear, he is a relentless Entrepreneur who has leapt from one successful career to another – Marty is a Pharmacist turned Award-Winning Advertising Copywriter turned Stand Up Comic turned Bestselling Author and Speaker.

We asked Marty Wilson to write a letter to his 18 year old self, this is what the Health, Lifestyle and Wellbeing Speaker had to say now he's got more experience to share.

 

POSTED 20 April 2015

Meiron Lees is an international speaker and award winning author whose book D-Stress, Building Resilience in Challenging Times won the coveted award as the number one self-development book in the USA in 2010. We asked Meiron Lees what was the greatest lesson he had learnt so far in life.  This is what the Health, Lifestyle & Wellbeing speaker had to say.

POSTED 23 March 2015

Here are 3 questions Tony Christiansen thinks you should ask yourself everyday, so you have the best Lifestyle you can possibly achieve.

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