Impostor Syndrome: What It Is and How to Overcome It
In this eLearn, you will learn to define impostor syndrome and determine whether it is something you are experiencing. Then, you will learn how impostor syndrome holds a person back and the 6 helpful strategies for addressing impostor syndrome insecurities head-on.
Advanced Psychological First Aid (PFA) in the Workplace
This program encompasses five self-paced sections designed for workplaces to improve the organisational response to trauma-related events such as critical incidents or cumulative work duties resulting in trauma.
The purpose of this program is to provide people leaders with the knowledge, skills, and tools to recognise mental health conditions within a workplace context and understand their role and responsibilities concerning mental health conditions.
Navigating Unconscious Bias for Workplace Diversity
Unconscious biases can be understood as social stereotypes about certain groups of people that individuals form outside their own conscious awareness. Everyone holds unconscious beliefs about various social and identity groups, and these biases stem from one’s tendency to organise social worlds by categorising.
A practical evidence-informed facilitator-led workshop that focuses on a way to change the relationship with stress and to respond to difficult moments in life with kindness, care and understanding. This workshop is designed to introduce the concepts of self-care and wellness.
This is highly engaging program and is fast becoming the number one choice for organisations who wish to improve overall mental health in the workplace. A comprehensive program offering a practical approach to the increasing workplace mental health challenges organisations are likely to encounter.
Introduction to Psychological First Aid in the Workplace
Psychological First Aid (PFA) in the workplace offers a targeted intervention and support to those responsible for managing the critical incident response and/or managing those employees who have been affected by a traumatic incident.
We all have our own needs, wants, goals and values. However, we must work together and build relationships to achieve most of goals we have in our lifetimes, such as achieving workplace objectives, marriage, creating a family, and contributing to society.
Creating a mentally healthy workplace is about building on the positive aspects of your working environment and taking steps to reduce any risk factors for stress. A mentally healthy workplace has employees that are productive members of a team. A positive working environment is everyone’s responsibility.