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Resilience Training

INJURY PREVENTION IS BODY AND MIND. SUPPORT YOUR PEOPLE WITH STRESS COPING STRATEGIES.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics shows 1 in 3 adults suffer from moderate to extreme levels of stress, and workplace stress is now costing Australian employers more than $10 billion per year. *The Cost of Workplace Stress in Australia, Medibank Private, August 2008

Under the OH&S Act employers have a responsibility to maintain the health of their employees, and the definition of ‘health’ now includes psychological health. Psychologists specialise in training employees to mobilise their inner resources –

“IMPROVE HEALTH, MAXIMISE PERFORMANCE AND BUILD MORE EFFECTIVE WORKPLACE RELATIONSHIPS.”

To achieve best results utilise a program that uses a systems approach to mindset and resilience skills.

4 PRIORITIES TO HAVING A MENTALLY AND EMOTIONALLY RESILIENT WORKFORCE

  1. Use tailored organisational interventions in combination with individual interventions for best prevention and management of work-related stress.
  2. Proactively prevent psychological illness or injury, through OHS work-related stress risk prevention (primary intervention)
  3. Recognise and supporting staff who are experiencing work-related stress. Provide counselling services (secondary intervention)
  4. Ensure injured workers receive the treatment and assistance they require to return to safe and healthy work following psychological injury (tertiary intervention).

Dr Annette Renneflott has designed a skills-based stress management training program, offering a whole mind-body approach to stress management. All components are fully tailored in conjunction with Body Leadership to ensure the specific needs identified by your organisation are met.

Thanks for letting us help you. If you need further assistance with your Resilience program or for more information contact us at [email protected]

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