Workplace stress costs money and it costs lives.
High staff turnover, illness, loss of production and poor morale are all factors associated with stress at work.
More and more pressures are being put on business leaders, management and supervision. Therefore, it is essential that employers build a resilient organisation.
We don't train leaders to do their job, but we do work with them to help them do their job well.
Sometimes organisational changes can be stressful. Motivation can suffer. Companies often have to change to sustain their business. Change doesn't have to be painful.
Accidents don't just happen. Often they happen through poor behaviour.
Our counselling service is available on a 24/7 basis. Whether a leader wants to talk through an issue or an employee wants to discuss a personal problem, our corporate counsellor can be there to help. Everything we do is treated as strictly confidential.
We have programs to help companies deal with organisational change, so that change can take place successfully and without harm.
We have behavioural safety programs to help fix poor safety performance. And we have programs to help coach and mentor leadership and management.
How to build mental health resilience in the workplace
A six-stage approach that companies should use to help them build a safe and healthy working environment.
Mental Health and Wellbeing Awareness Course for Managers
Often, mental ill health at work is caused by the style of leadership. Sometimes, managers and supervisors don't how their style affects people.
Family and Relative Support Service
Accidents and fatalities at work do happen. Employers have a responsibility to notify and support families after a tragic event occurs.
Mental health first aid training for employees
Who do your employees turn to when they need emotional support? Train MHFA champions to help provide support and advice.
Are your employees suffering from post traumatic stress disorder?
It doesn't have to be a major event for someone to suffer from PTSD. Being involved in or witnessing an accident can trigger symptoms.
leadership resilience stress at work employee wellbeing improved performance managing organisational change staff retention