Harvest Wellbeing | Corporate Wellbeing Training

training & development

Every dollar invested in mental health for organisations yields a return of $2.30
(Price Waterhouse Cooper 2014)

In the last decade, the nature of what people want from work has changed with a shift from a focus on salary and incentives, to a desire for engagement and meaning in the roles they perform. Successful organisations therefore need to focus not just on the tasks to be completed but how to harness the intrinsic motivation of employees to produce extraordinary results creating benefits for the individual and the organisation. Workforce development must therefore move beyond traditional forms of corporate engagement and training and focus on the whole person and their relationship with the organisation.

By moving beyond traditional domains of corporate training, Harvest Wellbeing creates the potential for organisations to intervene in a number of areas critical to the ability of organisations to engage their work force and develop a people focused culture that will ultimately deliver the desired outcomes for the organisation.

ONE IN FIVE PEOPLE EXPERIENCE CHRONIC PAIN - EARLY INTERVENTION AND ADOPTION OF EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT COULD HALVE THE ECONOMIC COST OF CHRONIC PAIN, ESTIMATED AT $11 BILLION IN LOST PRODUCTIVITY

(PAIN AUSTRALIA, 2007)

Training with Harvest Wellbeing means a focus on changed outcomes, not just increased knowledge and understanding, with all trainers experts in the area of behaviour change. All sessions comprise both knowledge and practical elements thereby facilitating the immediate transfer and application of skills beyond the seminar room and into life. Examples of training designed and delivered include:
  • Moving beyond the hype – creating healthy, happy workplaces
  • Fostering respectful relationships
  • Communicating for success
  • Cultivating reflective practice
  • Optimising leadership
  • Mental Health Awareness
  • Maximising brain performance
  • Optimising incidental interactions
  • Creating and maintaining effective boundaries
  • Engagement – why we might never get to the therapy
  • Supervision skills (beginners and advanced)
  • Understanding pain
  • Introduction to process work
Speak to us today about your organisation’s needs to create a tailored solution for your workplace.

SUPERVISION & COACHING
Suzanne offers sessions using reflective practices to engage professionals in the life-long journey of learning.

ABOUT HARVEST WELLBEING
Suzanne is a registered psychologist with extensive experience in various organisational settings.