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Lucy Hone

Leading international authority on wellbeing and resilience


Dr Lucy Hone is an Adjunct Senior Professor at the University of Canterbury, a co-director of the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience, a published academic researcher and best-selling author and blogger for Psychology Today.

Having been trained by the thought-leaders in wellbeing science, at the University of Pennsylvania, Lucy went on to attain her PhD in public health at AUT University in Auckland. She now assists organisations - from government departments, to leading law firms and schools - to design and implement wellbeing and resilience initiatives creating sustained and meaningful change.

A member of the NZAPP Executive Committee, conference convenor for Wellbeing in Education NZ, and New Zealand’s only representative of the International Positive Education Network (IPEN), Lucy’s research has been published in several peer-reviewed academic journals including the Journal of Positive Psychology, Social Indicators Research, the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the International Journal of Wellbeing and NZ Journal of Human Resources Management.
Her best-selling book Resilient Grieving is published in NZ, Australia, the US and England and her latest book, The Educators’ Guide to Whole-school Wellbeing is published by Taylor & Francis London and is a global publication for the UK, Asia, US and Australasia.

Her TED talk, the Three Secrets of Resilient People, has over 3 million views.

Talking Points

Resilience: How can we promote it in ourselves and others? Lessons from research & life

What is Wellbeing and Why Does it Matter?

Maintaining High Performance in the Age of Burnout

The Secrets of High Performing Teams

The Secrets of Resilient People

Thriving through uncertainty: the soft skills we all need for hard times

Webinar- Real-time Resilience: The what, why and how of resilience (supporting personal resilience)

Duration: 60 Minutes

In this session Dr Hone will unpack:
- What resilience is and is not
- Why resilience is important
- Simple to understand, easy to apply tips and strategies you can put into practice to support your own resilience and wellbeing

Webinar - Real-time Resilience: Finding your why at work (supporting motivation and engagement)

Duration: 60 Minutes

In this session Dr Hone will unpack:
- Understanding why meaning is so important (key scientific findings)
- How to make work meaningful - finding our ‘why’ at work
- Ways to act in alignment with our values

Webinar - Real-time Resilience: Leading well & staying the distance (supporting others’ resilience)

Duration: 60 Minutes

In this session Dr Hone will unpack:

- Evidence-based ways of thinking and acting as a resilient leader
- Understanding and avoiding burnout
- Strategies for supporting your teams
I just wanted to pass on my huge thanks to Lucy for speaking at our event last night. I have never had such great feedback from one of these events - there is still a buzz around the office today about how good it was. Nexia New Zealand

Probably the most beneficial talk I have ever listened to. Fantastic speaker. Inspirational. Excellent presentation and useful strategies. The most relevant information for me at this conference.

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