Wellness

Dear CEOs, Please stop firing pregnant women (and women just before they return from Maternity Leave). Or at least use your considerable organisational power to stop others from doing it on your watch. It is an incredibly shabby way to treat people. It damages our shared future. Oh, and it’s against the law. Sincerely, Everyone […]

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Grief is one of those things that everyone knows a little about – a stat, an article, a story – but no one can truly appreciate until it happens to them personally. Unfortunately, I know grief too well. We lost our gorgeous little nine year old son, Hugo, in 2009. It was devastating in a […]

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Today, as you scroll through your social feeds, you will most likely come across a sea of bright yellow and black posts. Why? Because today, the 14th of September 2017, is ‘R U Ok Day’. Run by NPF Suicide Prevention Organisation “R U Ok”, today is great reminder for us all to have that ‘conversation […]

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In my last blog, I shared why most wellness programs are unwell, and that the answer is a new capability called ‘energy intelligence’ or ‘ExIQ’. I’ll get to that shortly, but first I wanted to refocus on the definition of wellness and the economic costs of being unweIl, when you take a holistic approach that […]

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In our recent Happy Workers report we found that 71% of Australian’s really aren’t all that happy. The Australian Psychological Society has found that one of the key contributors to this is stress and its impact on employee wellness. On this topic, our wellness partner Energx have identified seven Energy Crisis Indicators (ECI’s) that we should be mindful of personally […]

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