One in 5 people have taken time off work in the past 12 months because they feel stressed, anxious, depressed or mentally unhealthy (State of Workplace Mental Health in Australia). Stress reduces productivity, focus and results, impacting both the individual and organisation. In this honest and forthright presentation, I share with your team the seven strategies to overcome stress and build resilience, leading to high performance and greater wellbeing.
You can make excuses and blame your leader, the culture or your circumstances, but your performance ultimately comes down to how you see yourself, the actions you take towards that vision, and the responsibility you take to achieve. In this workshop we work through the 7 steps to develop high performance results as an individual, so you cement yourself as a valued member of your organisation.
Do your team feel supported, valued and appreciated? Do they feel comfortable sharing ideas or having difficult conversations. The success of any business comes down to its culture – and in this presentation I share a clear path to a high performance culture…one that gets measurable (profitable) results.
The performance of your team comes down to the calibre of its leaders. We’ve all heard the statistics of how people don’t leave a job, they leave the leader. And performance and culture filter from the top. While you’re expected to have it all together, you’re not always given practical, proven tips to develop yourself into the leaders that inspire loyalty, trust and ultimately, performance. This workshop looks at strategies you can apply immediately in your day-to-day activities to prove yourself to be a leader worth following – whether you currently have a team or not.
Frontline police, military, emergency services and corrections careers are among the most stressful and high-pressure jobs on the planet. Faced with real physical and psychological threat alongside the stresses experienced in most jobs, these jobs have a profound effect on a person’s mental health and emotional wellbeing – which is then carried into your personal life, relationships and family environment.
This workshop takes our frontline workers through real-world strategies to prepare our frontline workers and first responders for what they will experience in their careers and help innoculate them against the effects of their job.