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Mental wellbeing in COVID-19 and beyond - how you can help others

60 mins
1 CPD Hours

Webinar COVID-19  Members culture  Leadership

Live webinar: June 17, 12 - 1:00 pm

The changes that have hit the Australian way of life happened fast and without warning, and have left many people struggling to cope. Leaders need to be able to help their people through this crisis, especially the vulnerable ones, but how is this best done in the unchartered territory of COVID-19?

This session will explore:

  • How to identify those who are struggling with their mental health and how to provide assistance
  • Looking after yourself in this time of crisis
  • Tips on managing a team during difficult times

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Margo Lydon, CEO, SuperFriend

Margo has been working in mental health and suicide prevention for 20 years and has been CEO of SuperFriend for 10 years. She has extensive experience in leadership, business growth and strategic partnerships and systems change.

Margo holds a Master of Science, Positive Organization Development and Change and a Bachelor of Business Degree. Margo represents SuperFriend on a number of nationally recognised strategic alliances including: The Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance, Victorian Workplace Mental Wellbeing Collaboration, LeadingWell Queensland Collaboration, and Roses in the Ocean’s Sector Advisory. 

Through Margo’s involvement and influence in the Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance, she also Chairs the Stakeholder and Communications working group of the National Workplace Initiative – an $11.5 million investment over four years from the Commonwealth’s Department of Health to create a nationally consistent approach to workplace mental health. 

Margo is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Beta Gamma Sigma. Margo was a finalist in the 2019 Telstra Business Women’s Awards (Victoria) in the “For Purpose and Social Enterprise” category.


Eva Scheerlinck, Chief Executive Officer, AIST

Eva Scheerlinck was appointed CEO of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) on March 23, 2017 and is responsible for leading the peak body of the $1.4 trillion profit-to-member superannuation industry. 

Eva joined AIST in 2010, moving into the role of AIST’s Executive Manager of Governance and Stewardship. During her time at AIST, Eva has been actively involved in reforming governance standards for superannuation funds in Australia and championing initiatives aimed at improving retirement outcomes for groups that often fall through the cracks in the super system including women, low income earners and Indigenous Australians. 

Eva has previous experience heading up professional associations, including six years as CEO of the Australian Lawyers Alliance, a role that saw her named by BOSS Magazine as one of seven top young executives of the year. 

Eva holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the Queensland University of Technology, as well as a Graduate Diploma of Community Management from the University of Technology, Sydney. 

She was admitted as a solicitor in 2000. She is a Graduate Member of AIST’s Trustee Director Course and a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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