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The power of our mindset

The power of our mindset

“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, worry about the future, or anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly”. Buddha To boost your present moment awareness here’s a super quick mindfulness exercise...

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How to boost present moment awareness

How to boost present moment awareness

“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, worry about the future, or anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly”. Buddha To boost your present moment awareness here’s a super quick mindfulness exercise...

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Acknowledging the wins in our day

Acknowledging the wins in our day

Did you know that simply acknowledging the wins in our day, however small they may be, improves our health and wellbeing? Cultivating an attitude of gratitude has endless benefits for our bodies, minds and relationships with others. Research shows that gratitude...

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Taking control of our attention with intention

Taking control of our attention with intention

 ‘Take control of our attention with intention’ is a powerful piece of advice from Dr Sean O’Connor, Director of the Coaching Psychology Unit, University of Sydney.  He was recently addressing a panel question at the Flourish 2020 Summit about what effect the media...

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What is psychological wellbeing and can it be measured?

What is psychological wellbeing and can it be measured?

Most of us have a pretty good understanding of what wellbeing means, that it’s not just about eating well or scheduling monthly massages, but rather it’s about how we feel and function taking into consideration the health of our physical, mental, emotional and social...

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RESOURCES

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EXTERNAL RESOURCE

Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Report 2020, Superfriend 

Three out of five workers experienced a mental health condition this year and while this was the most common reason for lower productivity, some workers found that the challenges of 2020 made them work harder.

Find out what Australia’s largest workplace mental health survey has revealed about our workplace culture. 

The report also highlights at-risk industries and shows those industries that are most thriving.

Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Report.

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EXTERNAL RESOURCE

The Change Lab 2020 Workplace Report, The State of Change in Australian Workplaces

In August 2020 with the COVID-19 pandemic and economic downturn creating significant change in most workplaces, The Change Lab surveys 1,400 Australian workers to find out how the pace of change had impacted the workforce. 

39.1% of Australian workplaces are consistently thriving when it comes to the changes experienced over the last three months (May – July 2020).

34.9% of Australia workers report that they are struggling with the amount of uncertainty that changes bring.

Full Workplace Report.

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EXTERNAL RESOURCE

Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Report 2020, Superfriend 

Three out of five workers experienced a mental health condition this year and while this was the most common reason for lower productivity, some workers found that the challenges of 2020 made them work harder.

Find out what Australia’s largest workplace mental health survey has revealed about our workplace culture. 

The report also highlights at-risk industries and shows those industries that are most thriving.

Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Report.

04

EXTERNAL RESOURCE

The State of Wellbeing in Australian Workplaces, AHRI March 2020

The Australian HR Institute in collaboration with the Wellbeing Lab have released a follow-up study of wellbeing in Australian workplaces.  The 2019 findings contained within the report also include additional data which takes into account the state of employee wellbeing in early 2020 following the bushfires and onset of COVID-19.

According the AHRI CEO Sarah McCann-Bartlett, “the report sends a clear message that in such difficult times we must all make the wellbeing of our employees, and indeed the wider community, our number one priority”.

Copy of the full report HERE.