This communication kit for small businesses is designed to help business owners understand the Managing the Risk of Psychosocial Hazards at Work Code of Practice together with providing easy access to resources.
Cultivating a wellbeing culture requires strategic and sustainable leadership. However, at a time when we’re asking our leaders to ‘dig deep’, this also requires them to prioritise and nurture their own personal wellbeing. In this blockbuster Faculty member Audrey McGibbon, Psychologist and CEO GLWS Wellbeing shares her insights into how leaders can navigate the future of work in these unprecedented times.
In this webinar Katrina explores how leaders can serve as change agents in cultivating a wellbeing focused culture, including why leaders need to ‘be well to lead well’ for effective and sustainable leadership.
In this webinar we explore the question – is your workplace culture supporting or undermining your workplace wellness efforts? We’re joined by globally renowned wellness culture expert and Faculty member Dr Judd Allen, who shares his insights regarding how unsupportive cultures frequently undermine positive practices and our efforts to adopt healthier lifestyles both inside and outside of the workplace. This is one you won’t want to miss.
Forecasters predict that by 2022, 6.2 billion people will use smart phones. Yet according to the Head of Apps, Google UK, we only use 26 apps of all apps we download. In this thought-provoking webinar, Georgie Drury will share with us how technology is influencing the employee and wellbeing experience. Walk away with an insight into how technology can not only serve as a powerful engagement tool for your wellness strategy, but across the employee life cycle within your workplace.
A leaders’ wellbeing has a direct impact on their teams’ performance – and the organisation’s bottom line. Successful organisations rely on having healthy, resilient and high performing leaders. This webinar explores what responsibility leaders can reasonably be expected to take for their team’s wellbeing and how practitioners can help leaders optimise wellbeing for their people.
Helping people change their lifestyle habits is not easy. Providing a range of workplace health and wellness services and programs is a start but only half the picture. So, how do we help people commit to engaging in these wellness “offerings”? This webinar explores two elements -understanding why someone would want to change (their reasons, not ours) and becoming aware of why people would resist change.
In this episode, our Facilitator Megan Kingham sits down with Graeme Cowan – speaker, author and Board Director of RUOK? – to discuss how organisations can build a culture of care, particularly in uncertain times.
This research paper explores ongoing challenges for leaders related to building resilience and psychologically healthy workplaces. It emphasises the need for supports and reflective time for leaders to bounce back in the face of adversity, personally, organisationally, and systemically, and respect the boundaries and limits each person brings to their work and to their health.