Service line:
Workplace
wellbeing:
Empower your staff with workplace wellbeing

Our Wellbeing Services incorporate empirical methodologies based on modern psychological frameworks in an integrated and pragmatic way. We help companies develop strategies to change the work environment to one that engenders health, safety, productivity and happiness.

A culture of wellbeing at work encourages happy, engaged, competent and satisfied employees. Research shows these cultural benefits improve business outcomes. Workplace wellbeing is no longer a soft optional extra – it is a financial imperative.

People with high levels of wellbeing are more innovative, loyal, productive and deliver better customer service.

Workplace wellbeing delivers business success:

Improved workplace wellbeing mitigates significant business risks leading to improved financial outcomes through:

  • Improved safety, decision making, productivity and performance
  • Improved morale and engagement and a reduction in staff turnover
  • A healthier workforce, with fewer people absent or working sub-optimally
PeopleScape wellbeing programs:

We offer a series of programs that contribute to workplace wellbeing:

Integrated leadership development:

This program examines the cultural drivers contributing to wellbeing issues and identifies key areas for involvement. Leaders are taught to recognise employees at risk and help staff maintain personal wellbeing.

Leading for performance and wellbeingtm:

Designed to inspire a different way of thinking about both leadership and wellbeing, this program teaches how to establish a culture that balances the tension between performance and wellbeing.

Online team wellbeing program:

Through the use of gamification and an interactive website that focuses on resilience and team building, this program educates employees about positive mental health and wellbeing.

Engagement and wellbeing survey:

Business performance is driven by a combination of staff engagement and wellbeing. This survey measures these factors in the workplace and helps identify pathways to improvement.

Wellbeing seminars:

Significant workplace change can be delivered in a short period of time. Our 60-minute Wellbeing Seminars are designed to promote positive employee mental health through a forum for peer-to-peer discussion and learning.

Get in touch today to find out how PeopleScape can help develop strategies to improve your work environment to one that engenders health, safety, productivity and happiness.

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PeopleScape Events

Sydney:
2. November 2017

Strengthening a culture of respect and engagement

Join us to hear from Professor Michael Leiter, one of the world’s foremost experts on workplace civility and engagement, about his applied research in this very important field. He will explain how he has come to understand that respect and civility are the keys to better workplaces and how his research has shown that fundamental…

Sydney:
9. November 2017

Whole Brain® Breakfast Networking Event – Sydney

Join us for breakfast and take advantage of the opportunity to network with peers and learn more about the HBDI® assessment tool. The guest presenter for this breakfast is an experienced HBDI partner – Hayden Fricke, Director at PeopleScape. During this session, Hayden will share a selection of case studies to highlight his experience and success…

Melbourne:
16. November 2017

Whole Brain® Breakfast Networking Event – Melbourne

Join us for breakfast and take advantage of the opportunity to network with peers and learn more about the HBDI® assessment tool. The guest presenter for this breakfast is an experienced HBDI partner – Hayden Fricke, Director at PeopleScape. During this session, Hayden will share a selection of case studies to highlight his experience and success…

Melbourne:
23. November 2017

Intern Alumni Networking

A recent Foundation for Young Australians report suggests young people, aged 18 to 29 could potentially have 17 different jobs over five careers in their lifetime. As the idea of having one job or career for life may be evaporating, recognising the potential challenges and applying these portable skills will be increasingly valuable to facilitate…

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Redefining workplace success through Wellbeing

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Tuesday Tip #11: The 5 ways to wellbeing

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Tuesday Tip #9: Take care of yourself before others

Today’s tip is about the need to take care of yourself before others. If you’ve ever been on a plane you’ll recall the instructions to “first put on your own mask before helping others”. The same instructions should be given to every leader.  If you do not look after your own wellbeing then you are likely…

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Tuesday Tip #4 – Is your organisation ready for Wellbeing?

Wellbeing is a word that is being used more regularly over the last few years.  It is now common to see various types of roles within HR departments where managers are charged with rolling out programs and initiatives that increase the Wellbeing of staff.  There are so many things you can do but the challenge…

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Australian wellbeing: the facts employers need to know

Mental illness is a major issue for Australian employees and their organisations. ABS statistics show that one in five Australian adults will experience a mental illness in any given year, and that many individuals will experience mental ill-health in the workplace. Over three million Australians each year experience depression and/or anxiety disorders, and as many…

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