When?

Thursday, September 10th, 2020

What time?

12:30 PM ACST - 1:30 PM ACST

Where?

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About the Webinar

2020 has been a challenging year for all of us and this 'RUOK' Day we’re having a conversation about resilience and wellbeing.

Join us for a (virtual) cuppa as we discuss how you can remain focused and build your personal resilience and provide you with ideas on how you can work on your wellbeing to be the best version of yourself. We’ll look at how you as a job seeker, employee or employer, family member and friend can adapt and build resilience.

We hope that you can take a few tips, tricks and resources from our webinar to support you to find the right balance in your life by cultivating a positive attitude, practicing healthy habits and using self-care to stay mindful.


About the Naval Shipbuilding College

The Naval Shipbuilding College is a strategic partner of the Australian Government through the Department of Defence. The College works closely with industry, education and training providers to grow an Australian shipbuilding workforce to build and sustain the Royal Australian Navy’s future fleet.

Australia’s Naval Shipbuilding Industry will soon need thousands of skilled and professional workers, including electricians, welders, pipe-fitters, program and project managers, purchasing, quality, contract managers, designers, quality, engineering, logistics and extensive management personnel. To find out more, visit our website www.navalshipbuildingcollege.com.au/

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Shelley Morgan
Talent Acquisition Manager

Shelley is the Talent Acquisition Manager at the Naval Shipbuilding College (NSC) and leads a highly skilled and experienced team, responsible for a National Workforce Register that supports the continuous success of Australia’s Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise.

Backed by market analysis and industry driven supply solutions, Shelley’s team is directly engaged in attracting the naval shipbuilding industry’s future workforce and providing them with tailored advice on how to up-skill and become job-ready.

With more than 20 years’ experience in learning, development and corporate engagement, Shelley has developed and implemented policies and procedures effecting change management improvement across multiple sectors.

Prior to commencing at the Naval Shipbuilding College, Shelley was the Training Manager at Defence Force Recruiting. This role was focused on ensuring members of the Australian Defence Force and civilians were aware of the policies, procedures and their responsibilities during the recruitment process.

Raised as a strong Māori, Dutch woman born in Australia, Shelley is an advocate for diversity and inclusion. She understands that a successful strategy to increase diversity in an organisation or sector provides a variety of thought, knowledge, solutions and ultimately drives an effective team.


Lizzie Allen
Right Management

Lizzie is a Leader and Executive with over 20 years’ experience in the fields of Sales & Marketing, HR Consulting and Operational Management.

Her areas of expertise include establishing a vision, leadership, strategic thinking and planning, process improvement, creating stakeholder agreement and mentoring and coaching. An effective leader and coach who is skilled in engaging and empowering teams to deliver great results.

Her consulting experience has been across, Financial Services, Pharmaceutical, Not-for-profit, IT, Local and National Government. Specialties include: Strategic Career Management and Workforce Planning, Transition, Change Management, Leadership Development and Talent Management.