November 16, 2016 – 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Facebook *behind the Apple Store
Level 18 
77 King Street
Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

A Leap of Faith – Be a Chief Life Officer
Join WIRe in Sydney for drinks, nibbles and networking on Wednesday, November 16th for a panel discussion on taking control of your own wellbeing in the corporate world.  In this session Angela and Lexi will explore tools and techniques to improve your happiness and manage stress, both in and out of the corporate environment, sharing some real life stories about their journey in converting habits into rituals.
Event timing:
6-6.30pm Welcome drinks and arrival
6.30-6.45pm Introductions
6.45-7.30pm Key session – Being a Chief Life Officer
7.30-8pm Close and networking

A special thank you to SSI, Resources Group and QRA for sponsoring this event and to Facebook for providing their beautiful venue!

Lexi Airey
Lexi AireyChief Customer Officer, Gateway Credit Union
Lexi Airey is a Chief Customer Officer by day and her own Chief Life Officer by night (and lunch time). Her career has for the majority resided in customer experience roles at Post Office UK, Westpac, CBA and now Gateway Credit Union. Her weekends are spent great white shark cage diving, driving a steam train, racing a paddle steamer, learning to play polo, sleeping in UFOs in trees and floating in zero gravity with George Takei. She credits two wake up calls to making her the person she is, the first was a gun to the head, the second and the reason for starting her blog No Eyed Deer Sydney, was reading a magazine that declared “life begins at 50” but focused on chair lifts, hearing aids, false teeth, retirement homes and funeral plots. Despite these motivations, she finds being your own Chief Life Officer is a full time job and she uses a tool kit of techniques to maintain a happy life and mind.
Angela Romero
Angela RomeroFounder, Energy | Body | Mind
Angela founded the corporate wellness company Energy|Body|Mind with the aim to empower employers and employees to manage stress and the pressures of corporate life. The philosophy works to enable corporations to have healthy, productive and loyal employees in all areas of life.
She also works with Crosby |Textor as a consultant researcher, conducting ad hoc projects and research assignments. Her work focuses on change management strategies to instil, persuade or convert existing opinions and behaviours.
She completed a Business and Law degree through Macquarie University before going on to complete her honours in Marketing and Management at the same institution. She presented her thesis on behavioural change in the health field at the Australasian Conference for Undergraduate Research in 2013.

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