Tourism Australia announces Wellness Workshops
The aim of these workshops are to create a supportive environment to spread positivity and build resilience among the travel industry workforce
The past year has brought about significant changes and challenges due to the global pandemic, with travel and tourism being amongst the most impacted sectors. As the travel and tourism industry adapts to the new realities of working remotely, reduced travel business and other factors, it has become more important than ever to look after mental wellness, as well as physical health.
To assist the travel industry in looking after their mental wellbeing, Tourism Australia is organising a series of Wellness Workshops in India aimed at providing a toolkit of practical tips that will help build confidence in the ability to maintain and build mental wellbeing.
Nishant Kashikar, Country Manager – India and Gulf, Tourism Australia said, "Pre-COVID, our travel industry was focused on promoting the many benefits of travel to consumers, including the positive effects of travel to overall wellness and mental wellbeing. Now with travel on hold, the workshops have been planned to impart effective strategies, techniques and mechanisms for our travel industry colleagues to manage stress and maintain their general mental wellbeing in the challenging times. It is also a positive step towards supporting the resilience of our industry and our tourism partners in these challenging times."
This first-of-a-kind initiative in the travel industry includes a curated set of sessions featuring veteran motivational speakers and mental health experts and will be open to Aussie Specialist Agents and all members of the Indian travel trade.
The month-long activity will be held as per the below schedule:
Science of Happiness & Positivity
Friday, Jul 30, 5 – 6.30 pm IST
Dr. Harish Shetty
Embracing calmness in unprecedented times
Friday, Aug 6, 5 – 6 pm IST
Turn Setbacks into Comebacks
Friday, Aug 13, 5 – 6.30 pm IST
Resilience to Resurgence
Friday, Aug 20, 5 – 6.30 pm IST
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