The Personal Injury and Disability Management National Conference showcases initiatives that have achieved exceptional outcomes and industry best practice in motor accident (compulsory third party), workers’ compensation, disability and life insurance sectors.
In 2021 the focus of our conference is Connect, Discover, Evolve. It will be held at the Sofitel Brisbane Central, Queensland from 12-14 July.
The conference, held every two years, attracts delegates working in the personal injury and disability management industry from all across Australia.
Named in the ‘AFR 100 Women of Influence 2018’, Matina is also a Telstra Business Awards Finalist and was named a CPA Australia ‘Top-10 Smart Thinker’. She’ll be speaking about Her Story.
As our conference Master of Ceremonies, Dr Ball will navigate us through the many topics and speakers and help empower us to make a change!
Sofitel Brisbane Central is located on Turbot Street in the centre of the CBD, only nineteen kilometers from Brisbane Airport and steps from Central Station and Roma Street Station. Sofitel offers unparalleled accommodation as the only 5-star luxury hotel in the city. Brisbane has been described as “Australia’s Most Liveable City”, with a vibrant and relaxed atmosphere, it’s also the gateway to the sun, surf and beaches of the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.
Complete the Workplace Psychological Safety Index (WPSI) that will generate a specific psychological-safety risk profile for your organisation.
As a delegate, you will also receive an industry-specific report on the psychological risk factors impacting your industry and how they can be mitigated.
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All programs are evidence based and highly relatable, delivered by Mentors with lived experience and deep expertise. Mentors share practical tools that empower participants to take control of their physical, mental and emotional health.
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