The current environment will impact us all in different ways. While we have been focusing on the business and financial issues, we must also work together on supporting the mental wellbeing of our peers and associates. Social isolation, business and financial stress, the general unpredictability in the market is all creating heightened stress and anxiety for most people. Your mental wellbeing is just as important as your physical health.

The REIV is working with Beyond Blue, AFL Coaches Association and most importantly REIV members to bring you a range of resources that you will find useful. We encourage you to peruse the resources below. The cumulative power of individuals caring and supporting one another, will help us all emerge as a stronger, more resilient sector.

Mental Health And Coping With Change

Join us for an informal virtual discussion with Tony McManus of McManus Consulting and Andy Reid from the Sold By Group.

REIV Past President, Robyn Waters OAM, will host an hour drawing on their personal journeys for insights that we could apply in our lives.

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Webinar with John Worsfold

An online discussion with guests Mark Brayshaw, CEO of the AFL Coaches Association, and John Worsfold, decorated long time senior AFL coach. Watch the webinar recording as they speak about building resilience in high performance organisations, communications within leadership, and the importance of bouncing back.

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Nathan Buckley and Chris Scott

A discussion with Senior AFL Coaches as they talk about resilience and respond to questions posed by Members.

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