The shifting regulatory landscape, remote and mixed ways of working, increased job demands, elevated levels of burnout, and the need to maintain performance and productivity amidst increased scrutiny present significant challenges for the modern workplace.
To succeed, organisations need to establish high trust environments, shared identity and understanding within and across teams, effective team problem solving, and the capacity to take a proactive approach to addressing mental health and workplace behaviour.
At Psychological Safety Australia, our focus is on the practicalities of building personal, team, and leadership capabilities which make this possible.
We bring the latest insights from psychological science to deliver real behaviour, capability, and culture change, and help organisations succeed amidst the uncertainty and complexity of our turbulent world.
Professor Brock Bastian is an internationally acclaimed researcher, author, speaker, who has spent the last 20 years seeking to understand the various social and cultural factors that impact on mental health, wellbeing, and decision-making.Learn more
When it comes to creating a healthy workplace environment and managing psychosocial risk, organisations need to know what the risks are and where they exist. They also need to know for whom work related factors are having an impact. This means that psychological safety cannot be viewed as simply the icing on the cake.
Are you looking to move beyond just compliance with your workplace mental health and wellbeing initiatives? Does your organisation equip people to raise issues that impact on their mental health early? Do you have the right tools to understand and prevent problematic workplace behaviour? Join us to find out why Psychological Safety is the critical enabler in optimising your psychological health and safety activities.
The term “toxic positivity” has received a good deal of attention lately. Coming off the back of the “positivity movement” we are beginning to recognise while feeling happy is a good thing, overemphasising the importance of a positive attitude can backfire, ironically leading to more unhappiness.