Yet BS has been called on simply ‘ticking the wellbeing’ box. People are looking to live more fulfilling lives, and that includes meaningful work.
To build sustainable businesses, retain talent and create flourishing teams we need to unlock potential and elevate wellbeing in parallel.
70% of professionals who utilise their strengths on a daily basis reported feeling more engaged and energized by their work.
Each of the themes below leverage the best of positive psychology, with the science of adaptability to empower your team to flourish.
Pick the theme that suits your organisation best, or get in touch for a bespoke request.
We find ourselves in a busy epidemic. Busy has become an on-trend state of mind and it’s impacting our mental health, our productivity and our ability to flourish.
My research shows that we often use busy as code for: anxiety, distraction, short-termism, loneliness, self-validation and FOMO (fear of missing out).
It’s time to call bulls**t on busy, expose the busy codes and bring intentional focus to how we work and live.
Your team will learn how to FOCUS in a world that’s designed to distract them. And gain clarity on what flourishing looks like on their terms, with a set of simple actions they can take to inject more of it into each day.
Cracking your busy code
Learn why you have to subtract before you can add.
Learn how to make the time for more of what matters.
Deliver a guilt-free NO
Have confidence to make the space for impactful action.
Learn the practice of Focus and embed it as a way of being.
Fear is often the number one barrier preventing your team from stepping into their potential and creating meaningful change at work and in life, but it doesn’t have to be.
What if fear was the greatest opportunity they had to work out what is next in a future of unknowns, and pave the path to flourishing?
Imagine the innovation, adaptability and wellbeing that could be unlocked in your business, if your team learnt how to use fear to positively influence behavioural and organisational change.
Your team will learn how to make fear a positive emotion that is shared, problem-solved collectively, and celebrated, driving more innovative thinking, improved change capability and agility.
Fear through a different lens
Learn how to define fear on your own terms and embrace it as a lever for change.
Get comfortable with discomfort
Experiment with fear in a way that ignites self-belief and motivation to act more courageously, more often.
Permission to fail
Let go of the inner perfectionist and embrace the potential and possibility of the Imperfect Experimenter.
Learn a simple process that will enable you to navigate whatever fear comes your way.
Uncertainty in our lives has reached new heights. Partner this complexity with a workforce that was already feeling burnt out, anxious and humanly disconnected, and you have the platform for a perfect storm.
The long-term priority needs to focus on amplifying the mental wealth of our people. We need to cultivate a new intelligence, an intelligence that enables humans to cease reacting and start intentionally adapting.
According to the Harvard Business Review, cultivating curiosity is a critical skill to adapt, thrive, and flourish. Curiosity drives better decision-making, problem solving and greater connection amongst teams.
"Only 24% of employees report feeling curious in their jobs and about 70% said they face barriers to asking more questions at work."
Your team will learn how to open the door to a world of possibility by unlocking their most curious self. They will learn to have more curious conversations, ask curious questions and explore more curious resources.
Embrace the unknown
Learn why certainty and curiosity don’t work together and what you can do about it.
Knowledge vs. Novelty Curiosity
Learn how to invest wisely in your curiosity.
To be, not to do
Learn the practice of curious being.