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.
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.
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.
This research article 'More Vulnerable, More to Gain?' published in the American Journal of Health Promotion outlines the findings of a pilot study exploring leader’s perceptions of mental health interventions and costs in small workplaces.