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Taking an Integrated Approach to Workplace Mental Health

Over the past 18 months, consistent patterns have emerged as workplaces look for ways to support their employees to navigate the various challenges resulting from Covid-19.

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5 Benefits of Using Psychometric Assessment

Get to know what are the benefits of using psychometric assessment, and why hiring the wrong candidate for a job can be a costly mistake.

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The way we think about work is broken

With 45 percent of Australians experiencing a mental illness some time in their working years, we are all most likely going to be confronted by someone with a mental illness or experience mental illness ourselves, at some stage.

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Informal leaders: A path to better workplace mental health

When we think of business leaders, names such as Arianna Huffington, Richard Branson, Larry Page or Gail Kelly may come to mind. These well-known leaders fulfill their role on a public stage and are known to many.

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Why Work Is Good For Us – It’s Not All About The Money

On days when the alarm goes off and it is tempting to hit the snooze button, hide under the doona and wish holiday-time were here, it is useful to keep in mind, that by being involved in work we are also looking after our mental health.

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Understanding Mental Health At Work As A Safety Issue

While workplace safety is a specialist area, addressing complex organisational needs, people at all levels within an organisation are able to immediately address physical safety issues in their workplaces.

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Creating Community In Our Workplace: Everyone Benefits

Life outside of the workplace is made up of hobbies, interests, children, partners and friends. The community we create gives our lives meaning and support.

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Be The Change You Want To See

A friend came to see me the other day about a problem she is having at work. She is feeling frustrated with poor work processes, inadequate communication across the business, mental health awareness in the workplace and the impact these problems are having on the organisation.

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Supporting A Colleague With Bipolar Disorder

What is Bipolar Disorder? When someone experiences bipolar disorder, it can feel like the brain’s brakes and accelerators are stuck; the out of control accelerator launching you into mania, the brakes grinding you down into the depth of depression.

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