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Australia’s Workplace Happiness Expert to Present at International Conference

Catherine Bell is a dynamo. The successful author, trainer, mentor and business miracle maker will present along with researchers and practitioners from over 30 countries at the 10th Biennial International Meaning Conference, to be held in Vancouver this August.

Victoria, Australia – WEBWIRE

I live for unlocking the best in people, and it is often from the perceived darkest places that growth can be activated.

Taking the stage along with some of the world’s most prolific experts, Catherine is set to impress.

The conference is titled ’ Courage, Faith, and Meaning: Existential Positive Psychology’s Response to Adversity.’ The International Network on Personal Meaning, a globally recognised organization in operation for over 20 years, will be offering some of the most cutting-edge research in psychology and existential issues. 
From the boardrooms of Australian Multinationals to the lunchrooms of factories, folks have sung Catherine Bell’s praises and for a good reason. From bad attitudes to problematic bosses or frustrated employees - the solution for change comes from Australia’s workplace happiness expert. The dynamo knows how to take misery and turn it on its head - creating smiles and revenue for those in trouble.
Lack of work-life balance along with a toxic culture within a business can negatively impact on a global level, says Catherine.  In fact, work-related Mental Injuries currently account for 11% of all Victorian Workcover claims, with a significant contributor to those being workplace stress. However, this worrying trend can be interrupted and redirected according to the successful author and speaker.  It is crucial to success to have a happiness factor woven into a culture insists Catherine, who is no stranger to the transformational possibilities when a business moves from surviving to thriving.
Catherine’s own life crisis is the inspiration behind her career and the invitation to present at the highly regarded summit.  “My crisis came at 40 - my lifelong dream of becoming a mother was not to be. I was plunged into deep darkness, struggling with questions of personal meaning, legacy and life purpose. Despite my despair, I continued my studies and work in Positive Psychology, applying what I was learning. I recovered step by step, rebuilding my life and finding new levels of personal meaning and satisfaction in my new future.”  Her heartfelt story is a testament to Catherine’s agency of change and one that will help improve meaning in people’s lives. 
For further information about Catherine and the list of psychology experts headlining the International Conference please contact Catherine on 0409 213 227 or

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