create a workplace where people want to work
Workers compensation claims for psychological distress
are on the rise, with a four fold increase since the mid 1990's says
Professor Alan Fels. The World Health Organisation predicts that
depression will be the second greatest cause of global disease burden
What does this mean for your workplace ?
put your organisational values into action
to engage workers physically and psychologically in their work, they need to understand the role they play in the big picture. Organisational values which are understood in terms of how the individual does their work increases the likelihood that they are engaged and more productive.
ISE programs connect employees to the big picture....
strengthen your organisation to be change ready
Change is constant, often essential and usually
difficult. People manage change most effectively when they have information,
skills, solutions and strategies to incorporate in their day to day
lives, rather than being expected to just 'get on with it' (Harvard
Business School, 2005). When an astute organisation is experiencing
change, they realise it is most cost efficient and effective to retain
those employees who have the skills to do the job
Is your workplace change ready ?
one day courses
Please contact Karen on 0413855863 for more information.
The final ‘Train your mind to be focused, calm and clear’ course for 2014 will be held on 20 November.
as of 30 September 2009 public sector organisations can purchase wellness services directly from innovative skills enterprises - innovative skills enterprises is now also an Australian Public Service Commission Leadership, Learning and Development Panel Provider