Continuing our theme of creating better workplaces, the Institute of Managers and Leaders and event partner Dixon Advisory are pleased to invite you to an event that will focus on financial wellness and its impact on individuals in the workplace. So, when you consider two in five Australians experience financial stress across their lifetime, this not only creates an ongoing problem for employers, but their employees as well.
― of those employees experiencing financial stress in their working lives, this will last on average for 6.4 years or more.
―Financially stressed employees are less engaged at work and more likely to under-perform and take additional time off
―the financial impact for Australian businesses is $31.1 billion annually.
Join industry experts from Dixon Advisory’s leadership team Madison Kennedy and Genevieve Bond to learn how you can positively impact the stress and financial wellness of your team and colleagues through improved levels of financial literacy.
This session will:
- highlight some of the top causes of financial stress
- explore potential financial strategies that could help manage these stressors effectively
- identify decision-making triggers that may cause financial stress
- discuss what resources and considerations are open to you as an organisational leader.
In today’s constantly evolving financial and investment environment, having financial literacy and wellness programs in place for you and your employees can offer a range of mutually beneficial outcomes.
This session is complimentary and exclusive to IML members, catering provided.
Director – Family Wealth Management at Dixon Advisory
Madison is a member of the senior leadership team in Canberra, and has a breadth of experience in wealth management. With a passion for investing, an interest in the dynamic nature of financial markets and an intimate, thorough understanding of Dixon Advisory’s service offerings, Madison partners with clients to help them make the most of their family wealth. Her breadth of experience makes her an integral part of the Family Wealth Management team.
Madison also facilitates our award-winning Wise program in Canberra – a series of workshops for women to meet and explore financial matters in a relaxed and informal setting. Madison also appears on ABC Radio Canberra’s Morning Breakfast program, discussing the latest business and finance news.
Having first joined Dixon Advisory supporting clients with their self managed super funds, Madison later moved into Investment Advisory to pursue her passion for investing. Madison is now combining her across-the-board experience to support clients and educate families to build their family wealth, now and for retirement.
Madison holds a Masters of Applied Finance (Kaplan), and a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Finance from the Australian National University. She is accredited by the Stockbrokers Association of Australia to provide advice and holds Graduate Diplomas in Financial Planning and Legal Practice.
Genevieve Bond FIML
Associate Director | Dixon Advisory | Financial wellness for executives | Empowering women’s financial decision making
Genevieve Bond is a member of the senior leadership team in Canberra. With her background in psychology and commercial experience in strategic marketing, Genevieve contributes to the firm’s growth initiatives and strategy in Canberra.
She is passionate about educating and empowering the firm’s staff, clients, community and local government partners to make the right decisions about their financial future. Since joining Dixon Advisory in 2015, she has quickly become a well-known figure in the local Canberra community, bringing the firm’s values to life and advocating for Dixon Advisory’s commitment to excellence and education.
Prior to joining Dixon Advisory, Genevieve worked as an executive in the private sector and now uses her experience to run the Executive Wealth Program, which she is very passionate about. Genevieve has seen first-hand the impact the program has had on improving the lives of executives and their families who want to achieve better financial outcomes but are time poor.
With a long sporting background and strong community spirit, Genevieve is well placed to oversee Dixon Advisory’s partnerships in the Canberra community, and regularly liaises with sporting clubs, community organisations and charities in the area.
Genevieve has a Bachelor of Psychology from the Australian National University, and has completed General Advice level Kaplan training – Generic Knowledge.