Bullying prevention webinar
Tune into our free Zoom webinar on Friday 19 May at 11am to hear from leading experts in workplace wellbeing/health and safety, mental health, and diversity and equity in Aotearoa.
Sorry, this webinar has now reached capacity. It will be livestreamed to our YouTube channel at 11am, Friday 19 May.

During the webinar, we’ll kōrero about:

  • What bullying behaviour looks like in a workplace in person, and online

  • The case for bullying prevention in workplaces

  • How to create a work environment that doesn’t allow bullying to flourish

  • The role of diversity and inclusion in building bullying-free environments

  • Upstander actions employees can safely take when witnessing bullying behaviour

The webinar will also include a Q&A, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask the panellists your questions.

Once you RSVP, you’ll receive an email with a Zoom calendar invite. If you can’t attend the webinar on the day, you’ll be able to watch the recording on Mental Health Foundation’s YouTube channel. Sign up for regular email updates and follow Pink Shirt Day on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay in the loop.

We look forward to seeing you there!


Mary Haddock-Staniland

Mary Haddock-Staniland has garnered an impressive reputation for championing change and advocating for a more equitable world. She has sparked positive change in the corporate world as a highly regarded thought leader and in social spheres as a committed advocate, a DEIB (diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging) Global Executive, and is a highly sought-after and accomplished keynote speaker, MC, panelist and media commentator.

Her global career underpins the importance of diversity in the corporate world, but it doesn’t end there. Mary is known (and loved) for her on-the-nose social commentary, and the voice and insights she lends to the queer community.

Dr Bevan Catley

Bevan is Professor of Work and Organisation in the School of Management at Massey University. He is a Co-founder of the Healthy Work Group – a multidisciplinary team of researchers interested in psychosocial factors in workplace health and safety. Bevan’s primary research focus is on workplace bullying, psychosocial risk and wellbeing and he has published extensively on these topics. Beyond Massey, Bevan has served on the boards of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management and the International Association on Workplace Bullying and Harassment.

Api Poutasi

Api is Director, Pacific Public Health at Te Whatu Ora. He is passionate about improving outcomes for Pacific communities across Aotearoa. Api is of Samoan heritage, his villages are Fagali’i and Solosolo in Western Samoa. Throughout his career Api has strived to embed and achieve equity for Pacific people. He has worked in a range of roles related to public health, health policy and prevention including  Head of Health at Worksafe New Zealand and Manager of Mental Health and Minimising Gambling Harm at the Health Promotion Agency. 

Dr Kelly Feng MNZM

Kelly is the Chief Executive of Asian Family Services, leading an organisation that provides a range of nationwide health and social services to the Asian community in New Zealand. After becoming a qualified medical doctor in China, she migrated to New Zealand in 2002 and for over a decade has made significant contributions to the mental health and addiction sector and social sector.

Kelly's successful pilot of Asian Mental Health Services for Waitemata District Health Board in 2007 was an important achievement, highlighting her ability to create innovative solutions to address complex health issues. Her passion for the Asian community has been recognised - she was recently made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to health and Asian communities.

Shaun Robinson (MC)

Shaun is the Chief Executive of the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand, a father, musician, gardener, sometimes surfer and organisational leader – he also lives with bipolar disorder. His professional passion is promoting a holistic response to mental health, particularly the things that people can do in their day to day lives to uplift their mental wellbeing - whether they are recovering from a time of mental distress, managing a long-term condition, or maintaining positive mental health.

Shaun has worked in social and health services for over 30 years. He has served on commercial and not-for-profit boards and on a range of government working parties and advisory groups.

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