The core of the death care sector is about caring for the needs of others. You are there as secure rocks for our community to lean on in our most challenging of times in life. OpusXenta are proud to host Shannah in our “In Conversation With…” webinar series, where she will give you some practical and insightful tips and reasons to prioritise and practice self-care in your own life.
Shannah Kennedy is one of Australia’s leading Personal Coaches. Her work with elite athletes, business executives and organisations has been discussed on television, news outlets and social media. Shannah is a highly regarded keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, personal coach and best-selling author of self-help books (Simplify Structure Succeed, The Life Plan, Chaos to Calm, Restore, Shine, Ignite – you may well have purchased one of her books from kikkiK or K-Mart) and a passionate advocate for self-care following her own personal experience of burn-out as an executive.
The Greater Metropolitan Cemetery Trust is running the second collaborative co-design workshop with the Future Cemeteries team from 9:00am – 2:00pm on Tuesday 16 February. Please see information below. We will be publishing the information on our LinkedIn page on 4 February.
Australian Death Care during Covid-19
A collaborative co-design workshop to reflect on the death care sector's response to the Covid-19 crisis and generate future strategies.
The COVID-19 pandemic not only represents a serious threat to human life and livelihoods, it has transformed experiences of death, grief, and memorialisation worldwide. At the heart of these disruptions and transformations are death care workers, who provide an essential service in the face of great uncertainty, but who are also often overlooked in official pandemic responses and media coverage.
This online workshop, hosted by the University of Melbourne DeathTech Research Team, will bring together representatives from government, industry, NGOs, and academia to assess the challenges for death care introduced by Covid-19, assess the initial sector response, and to generate strategies for responding to future large-scale events.
This is the second industry workshop for The Future Cemetery, a research project lead by the DeathTech Research Team with support from the Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust.
For more information and registration, please see: