● Her TEDx Talk has over three million views and is featured on TED.com
● Lucy's superpower is her ability to take the fluff out of wellbeing translating the best of science into actionable strategies for audiences to implement immediately. Her presentations are customisable and tailored to the client's needs.
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 TEDx talk, The Three Secrets of Resilient People, is featured on TED.com and has over two million views.
- Real-Time Resilience
Dr. Lucy Hone is a leading international expert on wellbeing and resilience whose TEDx talk The Three Secrets of Resilient People, is featured on Ted.com where it has garnered over three million views and was named a Top 20 TED Talk in 2020. Her powerful and courageous story has catapulted her onto the global stage with organisations all over the world seeking her expertise, during these times of Resilience Fatigue. Lucy's superpower is her ability to take the fluff out of well-being, translating the best of science into actionable strategies for audiences to implement immediately.
· Resilience isn’t some elusive fixed trait only available to an elite few, rather it requires very ordinary action and determination.
· Strategies for overcoming resilience fatigue.
· Three fundamental rules to overcome “thinking tracks” and realize that happiness is attainable.
- Resilience: How can we promote it in ourselves and others? Lessons from research & life
If you’ve ever wondered what the word “resilience” really means, or how you can help yourself and your teams cope with constant challenge and change, then this session is for you. While there are many resilience researchers in the world, the death of her 12-year old daughter in a tragic road accident, makes Dr. Lucy Hone's skillset quite unique.
Co-director of the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience and adjunct senior fellow at the University of Canterbury, Lucy speaks at global conferences, creates online courses, writes books, academic articles and blogs to spread her insights far and wide. Her PhD was acknowledged internationally for its outstanding contribution to wellbeing science and her research is published in leading psychology journals. Her best-selling book, Resilient Grieving, and her hugely popular TED talk, Three Secrets of Resilient People (over 2.6 million views) have delivered Dr Hone’s refreshing approach to global audiences. Her work has been featured in international media including the Guardian and the Washington Post, the BBC and ABC, Channel News Asia, Swedish Television, The Bolt Report Australia and TVNZ.
Lucy’s engaging style, and deep knowledge of these topics, makes her one of the world’s foremost presenters on resilience. However, it is her self-effacing humour, and the way she manages to relate academic findings to her own life (and yours!) that make her sessions so useful and enjoyable.
- The Secrets of Resilient People
Dr Lucy Hone is a globally respected resilience academic who thought she found her calling supporting people to recover following the Christchurch earthquake. She had no idea that her personal journey was about to take her to a far darker place. In this powerful and courageous talk, she shares the three strategies that got her through unimaginable tragedy and offers profound insights on how we can help ourselves and others cope in this era of uncertainty and change.
- Maintaining High Performance in the Age of Burnout
In an increasingly turbulent world, the fact that some people cope better with stress, challenge and change, has become readily apparent. Acknowledging that this is going to continue to test us, this Keynote address shares the secrets to sustainable high performance, de-mystifying burnout, and providing practical strategies to keep it at bay.
- The Secrets of High Performing Teams
- Resilient Grieving: How can we support those who are coping with loss?
While there are many resilience researchers in the world, the death of her 12-year old daughter, in a tragic road accident, makes Dr Lucy Hone's story quite unique. Appalled by the passive nature of the grief resources she and her family were given, she’s since made it her mission to share contemporary scientific insights about how best to cope with grief and loss. She will share these with us, in her inimitable style in which her tools and strategies are always backed by evidence, but translated using real-life stories in a way that makes her talks both memorable and inspiring, and which has won over audiences on the global stage.
“Somehow the Five Stages of Grief model remains entrenched among helping practitioners, when there’s very little evidence demonstrating the model’s accuracy or utility. Given it’s actually causing more harm than good, it’s time to retire the Five Stages Model, and for all those helping the bereaved to get up to date with new, much more useful, scientific findings on what actually helps us cope with loss,” explains Dr Hone.