Wellbeing Deck Meetups 


Join your fellow Wellbeing Deck adopters around the world at our Meetups. Learn, play, connect and discover more of our Wellbeing Deck together.

Here's what happens at Wellbeing Deck Meetups


Meetups are 60-minute virtual events where we get to meet each other and learn from each other. So you're always meeting new people who adopt and use The Wellbeing Deck.

At each Meetup, we invite a leader along as a guest presenter to share their wellbeing story, insights and lessons with us all.

Bring your cards along! We will always play with The Wellbeing Deck in each Meetup!

Watch replays of past meetups

2022 Virtual Meetups

Register for the Wellbeing Deck Meetups you'd like to attend below. If you can't make the live Meetup, we'll share the recording with everyone who registers. 

March 2, 2022
Registration

All Meetups are at 9 am New Zealand Time | Click here to see the Meetup in your time zone.

June 1, 2022
Registration

All Meetups are at 9 am New Zealand Time | Click here to see the Meetup in your time zone.

October 19, 2022
Registration

All Meetups are at 9 am New Zealand Time | Click here to see the Meetup in your time zone.

Your Meetup Host


Tamara Buckland | Wellbeing Deck Designer & Bloom Chief Visionary Officer

Tamara is the Chief Visionary Officer at BloomHQ. She’s a big advocate for bold honesty in the workplace and believes in the power of ‘saying the hard thing’ to create better outcomes. Tamara loves to challenge organisations to find new ways to centre employee needs and improve overall wellbeing. She applies that same focus to the future of BloomHQ, creating a business that grows in line with our values. She’s always on the lookout for innovative new trends, collaborative partners and a community to grow connections with.

Read more about Tamara here

Meetup Replays

Catch up on what you missed out at our Wellbeing Deck Meetups.

 

Tim Corbett – CEO, John Kirwan Foundation

Tim Corbett is the CEO of the John Kirwan Foundation that delivers Mitey, a mental health education initiative into primary schools to ensure schools have the resources and support they need to equip our tamariki with the ability to safeguard and nurture their own mental wellbeing and those around them.

Tim has a diverse background in health, business and social impact, he is also on the Board of Women in Sport Aotearoa and a recent Grandad.

Married to Catherine, they have raised 5 children together and are now racing towards empty nest status.

 

Tuihana Ohia, Founder, Woo Wellbeing Ngāi te Rangi, Ngāti Pukenga, Te Arawa, Ngāi Pāk, & Rae MacDonald, Culture Navigator, RaeMac Training.


Tuihana
 – seamlessly navigates all sectors of business and communities, working among diverse range organisations both Māori and mainstream, community and corporate. Recognised as one of Aotearoa’s leading wellbeing practitioner she has won several awards for her work, notably with the launch of Manaaki Peer to Peer Support initiatives in Vodafone and Te Wānanga o Aotearoa’s wellbeing programme Tau Ora.

Rae – "Last year, I couldn’t have been more excited for my pre-Xmas delivery… It was 20 Wellbeing Decks. I had started working with a client that wanted their staff to know how valued they are. I had six workshops booked in before Xmas and was rearing to go. Upon talking to them, I got the feeling that the staff actually needed to give themselves permission to undertake self-care. They needed to value themselves and be in the right space before we started working on team building and company business – I thought that The Wellbeing Deck would be the perfect tool for this. And it was!"

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