Corporate Emotional Health Service

Emotional health has been largely overlooked and remains an unresolved issue in the workplace, yet has the potential for significant positive impacts on employee wellness and business outcomes.

Corporate emotional health services available …

Workshop

Available as a Lunch n Learn or Executive Development. Synthesising Positive Psychology, Brain and Nervous System Health, and Energy Therapy, to educate employees and leaders on emotional health and its effects on physical and mental health, and performance.

Executive Health Intervention

A progressive wellness program for Senior Leaders + Executives that challenges the status quo. Regain organisational strength through the longevity of your leaders with the Executive Health Intervention. Do what almost no one else is doing, and get ahead of the curve.

Executive Emotional Health in Sydney

WORKSHOP

Exploring the new frontier in health, wellness + enhanced performance

If mental health has been the focus for employee wellness in recent years, what’s the next new thing? 

Emotional health is the new frontier.

Organisations that first adopted programs for mental health were seen as progressive; today it’s common place. Organisations that recognise emotional health as the new frontier will be ahead of the curve.

In the same way it’s taken awareness and education to understand mental health as an important issue in the workplace, it will also take awareness and education to learn about emotional health and its effects. Let’s begin with an ‘Emotional Health Awareness’ workshop.

Available as a Lunch n Learn or Executive Development

Lunch n Learn

Emotional health directly impacts productivity and performance. Emotionally healthy employees are better able to manage stress, maintain focus, and handle challenges effectively, leading to improved job performance.

Awareness of emotional health enables employees to recognise signs of mental health issues. With this knowledge, they can seek appropriate support, access resources, and potentially prevent or manage mental health challenges more effectively.

Promoting and supporting emotional health fosters a positive and supportive culture, reduces stigma around mental health, and enhances overall employee engagement and retention.

Executive Development

Executives have a significant influence on the wellbeing of their employees. Learning about emotional health enables leaders to prioritise and promote a positive workplace culture that values mental wellness; identify and address factors that contribute to stress, burnout, and physical and mental health issues; and arms them with information to implement strategies and policies to support employee wellbeing and foster a thriving workplace culture.

Given the events of the last few years, wellbeing at work is a high priority for both employees and executives alike. 

Yet 68% of the C-suite were failing to take enough action around employee wellness due to being overwhelmed and not knowing where to start. This workshop is an excellent foundation for understanding the fundamentals of emotional health as the basis of all health and enhanced performance.

Executive Emotional Health Service in Sydney

The number one tool that would help the C-suite is an executive training program focused on matters of health.

Deloitte, 2022

Executive Emotional Health in Sydney

EXECUTIVE HEALTH INTERVENTION

Emotional Health Facilitator Sydney

The Executive Health Intervention is a progressive wellness program for Senior Leaders + Executives that challenges the status quo.

Investing in the emotional health of your Senior Leaders + Executives enables them to access a positive mindset. Research has shown that when a leader displays positive energy, it also enhances the performance of those around them.

Executive Emotional Health Service in Sydney

Positive affect is critical to explaining outcomes that concern managers in organisations. Research shows positive impacts on performance, decision making, turnover, prosocial behaviour, negotiation and conflict resolution behaviour, group dynamics, and leadership.

Barsade and Gibson, 2007

89% of C-suite executives said their wellbeing is a priority, with 81% saying it was more important than advancing their career.

69% are seriously thinking of leaving for another job that is better at supporting their wellbeing.

82% said that if the company supported their wellbeing more, they’d be inclined to stay on.

These are the staggering statistics in the wake of the pandemic, in research conducted in February 2022 by Deloitte in partnership Workplace Intelligence, in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia, with 1,050 C-suite executives.

Offering tools and strategies to care for wellbeing is empowering. However, when the demand on personal resources is greater than the ability to recover, tools and strategies are no longer enough. Lack of recovery creates a build up of emotional stress that leads to issues such as:

  • Lack of sleep
  • Burnout
  • Headaches and other recurring physical pain

Traditional wellbeing programs have missed the mark in addressing the unresolved issue of emotional health and its effect on physical wellbeing, mental health, and performance.

Emotional health is an aspect of wellbeing that is often overlooked in the workplace, yet is critically important. It’s intimately connected to mental wellbeing, effects physical health, and has a significant impact on performance—both of the leader and those they lead.

Numerous studies show that when a leader is in a positive mood, those around them experience more positive moods, too, naturally boosting morale. This creates an upward spiral that enhances optimism to achieve goals, creativity, innovation, decision making, learning, seeing possibilities and opportunities, and fosters connection and collaboration—all of which contribute to enhancing performance and cohesion of the organisation.

In addition to addressing issues that prevent leaders from experiencing a positive mindset and energy, such as poor sleep, burnout, headaches and other recurring physical pain, this Executive Health Intervention also addresses emotional labour.

Emotional labour is the effort it takes to remain professional when what we’re doing is not in alignment with how we feel. It’s a source of stress, and leads to behaviour known as surface acting. According to Susan David in her Harvard Business Review article, research shows that over time surface acting can make us more prone to depression and anxiety, decreased job performance, and burnout; and has an effect on others, too. For example, leaders who surface act are more likely to be abusive to their employees.

The future of workplace wellbeing is changing.

Get ahead of the curve by addressing emotional health in an alternate way that’s fast, easy, and effective.

Rather than ‘just’ more information, this wellness intervention is a practical way to rejuvenate the personal resources of Senior Leaders + Executives to access a positive mindset and enhance their performance without burning out.

Next step

Book a Discovery Call to chat online via zoom. For in-person meetings in Sydney, Australia, or for more information about the Executive Health Intervention please fill in the contact form below. You’ll receive access to a 13 minute informative video that talks about the brain and nervous system to explain how increasing emotional health is able to:

▲ Enhance performance
▲ Improve mental health
▼ Reduce stress, burnout, aches + pains

Complete the contact form below to receive this informative video and for general expressions of interest.

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    Emotional Health Sydney

    20-30% of business performance is determined by mood.

    Dr Daniel Goleman