The Impact of Loneliness – a collaborative community event

The Impact of Loneliness – a collaborative community event

Date(s) - 23 Nov 2016
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

CQUniversity, Harvard Lecture Theatre, Building 32 Room G.18

CQUniversity invites you to join them for a special community forum and seeks your input into exploring meaning solutions to the increasing impact of loneliness in our society.

It’s been said that loneliness increases the odds of a premature death by 45%.

In a global community more connected than at any other time in history, increasing numbers of people of all ages, circumstances, religions and cultures are becoming more isolated, disconnected
and lonely.

What is the first step in finding solutions for loneliness in our community? How can we work together to make a difference and improve the health and well-being of our community in the

CQUniversity invites you to participate in this special event which will discuss and explore the social implications of loneliness within our community. Our keynote address will be followed by a
brainstorming session designed to draw out your ideas for meaningful and effective solutions which have the potential to help reduce the prevalence of loneliness and minimise the social
implications of this chronic problem.

sue  Keynote Speaker – Sue Lester

Specialising in clearing ‘head trash’, and known as the Catalyst of Change, Sue Lester is an international Mindset Coach, keynote speaker, training facilitator, and author of “The Face Within: How to Change Your Unconscious Blueprint”. With a background in education, social enterprise and studies in neuroscience, Sue now coaches successful people who have lost the “I” out of their L_VES to gain the clarity of thought, heartfelt confidence and gutsy motivation to regain their zest for life. In her spare time Sue’s been charged by a silverback gorilla in the Congo, canoed the Zambezi River dodging hippos, walked across the Simpson Desert with camels,and much more. She uses her adventurous travel tales to inspire others to rediscover their potential.

elze  MC & Facilitator – Elize Hattin

For the past 10 years, Elize Hattin has worked with countless individuals from numerous fields, enabling them to achieve success through her unique brand of coaching. Elize is internationally trained and holds qualifications in Psychology, Information Science, Training, Coaching, Management and Business. She has worked as an executive consultant and a business and life coach in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Europe and Australia. Elize’s passion and commitment make her an engaging trainer, speaker and coach, delivering transformational results to her valued clients.

Event registration for catering purposes by 18 November via Eventbrite.

Date: Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Time: 5:30pm nibbles and drinks for a 6pm forum start

Venue: CQUniversity – Building 32/G.18


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