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Heather Connolly: Being joyous in the small moments

Heather Connolly on theatre, community, family and her wellbeing journey

Heather Connolly:

Heather is a wife, and mother of two and is the Director of Engagement and Executive Education at the University of Waikato! 

We talk to Heather about what wellbeing looks like for her including, juggling children’s schedules with her own calendar! We talk about the value of family, listening to your body, being a part of a theatre community, why being joyous is in the small moments and how to make the best use of your time! 

She also shares with us her ideas and thoughts on how we can make our work environments more inclusive for everyone’s voices to be heard, and share tips and tricks from her years working with organisations on how to do this! 

This is a kōrero full of wellbeing nuggets, we hope you enjoy!

 

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