Techweek TV: The Future of Wellbeing at Work


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Dave Pinchen

Director of Health, Safety and Wellbeing

Dave has a focus on collaboration and knowledge sharing to solve problems, an approach that has served him well throughout his HSEQ (Health, Safety, Environmental & Quality) career.

His broad range of specialities include:
- Asbestos management, project management, analysis, monitoring and process development.
- Psychological safety (including cultural change and team development)
- Construction (Commercial & Residential Build & Refurbishment, Commercial, Industrial & Residential Demolition, FM (Multi & Integrated Services), Highways & Infrastructure, Telecoms and Utilities)
- Management Systems (development, integration, ISO standards, compliance)

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Galia Barhava-Monteith

Knowledge Mobilisation Advisor, Auckland University of Technology

Psychologist by training, Galia Barhava-Monteith’s professional experience includes consulting, senior executive and governance roles, executive coaching and founding a social change organisation. She is passionate about mindfully using the best available evidence to drive positive change in society at large.

Drawing on her personal experience overcoming a serious health condition, she also developed a professional interest in the field of healthcare. In 2018 she completed a Ph.D. that explored innovative approaches to the treatment of people with chronic illnesses.

Passionate about using evidence-based approaches to transform organisational cultures - she brings her executive, governance and strategic consulting to mobilising and commercializing health and wellbeing research for impact.

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Jarrod Haar

Professor of Human Resource Management

Dr Jarrod Haar (PhD), of Ngati Maniapoto and Ngati Mahuta descent, is a Professor of Human Resource Management, in the Department of Management, AUT. He researches, teaches and supervises in the Auckland CBD.

In 2018, Jarrod conducted the Quantitative Research on the 4-day work week for Perpetual Guardian. He currently consults for companies looking to adopt such a programme.

In 2010, he was awarded Associate Fellow Human Resource Institute of New Zealand (AFHRINZ) status and won the Inaugural HRINZ HR Researcher of the Year award in 2016.

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