Life + Career Wellbeing
A holistic wellbeing approach, that will guide you through any kind of change






Introducing Change

Wellbeing Coaching is a crucial addition to the leadership framework, to improve employees experience of change, improve productivity and assist with prevention of absenteeism and stress leave.

The pace of change, complexity and interdependency of our lives in organisations can cause confusion, disharmony, decreased productivity and an addiction-like response to stress. The modern world of daily life creates a recipe for people to become mentally, emotionally and physically unwell. While the focus in organisations has shifted significantly with greater acceptance of mental health there is a gap with how organisations respond to our changing world and the capabilities and resilience needed to unlock the productivity and innovation expectations of the future.

We help clients to maintain a healthy body and mind so they can be the best version of themselves.



In Business

  • More successful individual and team change management

  • Improved engagement and wellbeing levels by providing support at critical times to employees

  • A more productive individual or team who optimise their energy in areas of wellbeing, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual

  • Efficient transitions for employees between work and parental leave

  • Building capability in employees. Some wellness programs only focus on education. Using a wellbeing coaching model, employees find time to build capability that can improve their other areas of responsibility

  • Mindful leaders are shown to unlock new, positive horizons in their decision-making abilities, their interactions with others, and their reactions to unexpected hurdles



For Everyone

  • A more fulfilling and joyful life at work and home

  • Enhanced resilience to the stresses of daily life

  • Reduced stress and anxiety as you make your life or work change

  • Improved health and energy levels

  • Potential prevention of burn-out and more chronic health problems

Mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.
In Australia alone, poor mental health at work is estimated to cost the economy over $12billion each year, including over $200million worth of workers compensation claims.
— Black Dog Institute


Organisation support for mental health and wellness is well below the expectations of employees
— Deloitte Human Capital 2018 Global Trends Survey