Brené Brown Workshops
It’s impossible to talk about workplace wellbeing and not mention researcher and best selling author Brené Brown. Trained by Brené Brown in 2016, This Working Life’s Julie and Sue are amongst only a few facilitators in Australia certified to deliver the Daring Way™ and Daring to Lead™ workshops.
Employee Reviews and Workplace Wellbeing Action Plans
Does your heart sink when you think about employee reviews? You’re not alone! Often dreaded by both employer and employees, employee reviews are criticised for rarely being productive. Even worse, they can make people feel fearful and anxious. However, there is another way! Media on Mars decided to engage This Working Life to do external employee reviews.
Thrive at Work
This Working Life worked with our friends at the Future of Work Institute at Curtin University in the development of Thrive at Work, a world-first wellbeing initiative centred on designing work that helps employees, organisations and industry to thrive. The WA Mental Health Commission funded the project.
Workplace Wellbeing: MIFWA
MIFWA is a large community mental health service that supports people with lived experience of mental illness and their carers. This Working Life worked with MIFWA on Thrive at Work, a world first initiative focusing on good work as a central component to help individual staff and organisations like MIFWA thrive.
SECCA is a specialist, not for profit agency supporting people with disability in the area of relationships and sexuality. We support SECCA in advocating and lobbying decision makers to secure funding and promoting the rights of all people to comprehensive and appropriate relationships and sexuality education.
Youth Peer Support Program
This Working Life worked with the service designer and a diverse multicultural group of young adults to co-design MercyCare’s innovative Youth Peer Support Program.
Suicide Prevention Community Consultations
Working with Tuna Blue, This Working Life facilitated a number of community consultations with individuals, organisations and other stakeholders in remote, regional and metropolitan areas to gather input into the new WA Suicide Prevention Framework 2021-2025.
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