Psychological Health and Safety Training for
Leaders, Departments, and Projects

Complex, rapidly changing workplaces are the new 'normal' that we're dealing with today, but they also create significant mental health challenges for people.

Managers, employees, leaders, and whole departments are trying to cope with stress, anxiety, and unresolved trauma that's triggered daily. Still, most leaders are unaware of this and might even be making the critical error of attributing the source of the problems to things that will never make real and lasting changes. 

Engagement surveys, employee assessments, or more reorganization projects will not fix this fundamental problem. And another training that doesn't help people feel and practice psychological health and safety in practical, real-world ways makes the situation worse by inadvertently adding even more stress and frustration to people's lives. 

There's a need to change our workplaces because people are fed up and at a breaking point. 

Skilled labour is at an all-time low, absenteeism, presenteeism, and disability claims are higher than they've ever been.

Meanwhile, department leaders in hr, sales, admin, and finance are just trying to help themselves and their people cope with the latest demands, changes, and stresses of their jobs.

Is this the way that work is supposed to be?

I don't believe so, but what can we do?

If you're like me and the executive leaders, teams, and departments that I work with, you know that we need a new way of working now more than ever. 

Psychological health and safety coach training for leaders, teams, and projects provides a foundation for developing and creating systemic solutions that make fundamental differences for individuals, groups, and departments.

When you use psychological health and safety leadership and coach training for yourself and the people you work with, it begins to have a systemic ripple effect for positive change in people's well-being and mental health.

And people respond. They engage and produce at higher levels that create the things that every organization is desperate to develop.

Engagement, retention, productivity, commitment, responsibility, creativity, and resiliency, to name just a few of the by-products of psychological health and safety.

Most importantly, people stop coping and start thriving at work and in their lives.

In this video, a former client, Dreyvan Dayse, a retired veteran Commander from the Indian Navy and current leadership, coaching, and team development expert, shares his experience.

 

Psychological Health and Safety Training for
Leaders, Departments, and Projects

 

Complex, rapidly changing workplaces are the new 'normal' that we're dealing with today, but they also create significant mental health challenges for people.

Managers, employees, leaders, and whole departments are trying to cope with stress, anxiety, and unresolved trauma that's triggered daily. Still, most leaders are unaware of this and might even be making the critical error of attributing the source of the problems to things that will never make real and lasting changes. 

Engagement surveys, employee assessments, or more reorganization projects will not fix this fundamental problem. And another training that doesn't help people feel and practice psychological health and safety in practical, real-world ways makes the situation worse by inadvertently adding even more stress and frustration to people's lives. 

There's a need to change our workplaces because people are fed up and at a breaking point. 

Skilled labour is at an all-time low, absenteeism, presenteeism, and disability claims are higher than they've ever been.

Meanwhile, department leaders in hr, sales, admin, and finance are just trying to help themselves and their people cope with the latest demands, changes, and stresses of their jobs.

Is this the way that work is supposed to be?

I don't believe so, but what can we do?

If you're like me and the executive leaders, teams, and departments that I work with, you know that we need a new way of working now more than ever. 

Psychological health and safety coach training for leaders, teams, and projects provides a foundation for developing and creating systemic solutions that make fundamental differences for individuals, groups, and departments.

When you use psychological health and safety leadership and coach training for yourself and the people you work with, it begins to have a systemic ripple effect for positive change in people's well-being and mental health.

And people respond. They engage and produce at higher levels that create the things that every organization is desperate to develop.

Engagement, retention, productivity, commitment, responsibility, creativity, and resiliency, to name just a few of the by-products of psychological health and safety.

Most importantly, people stop coping and start thriving at work and in their lives.

In this video, a former client, Dreyvan Dayse, a retired veteran Commander from the Indian Navy and current leadership, coaching, and team development expert, shares his experience.

Psychological Health and Safety Training Options

Leadership Training

There's a conscious leadership movement that's emerged out of the hierarchical structures of the past, but we're still learning how to work with people in ways that are practical while also being supportive of mental health and wellness.

If you're like me and the leaders that I work with this can feel like a difficult balancing act.

I understand completely, but it doesn't have to be.

You see when we learn how to use the practical tools of psychological health and safety as a foundation for our work it flows and cascades naturally into results that are meaningful and lasting, but those results come in a completely new and refreshing way for everyone, especially you as the leader.

In the old world, the leader was the one that everyone looked to for answers and direction.

In this new way of working the leader is a support and creative facilitator for the mental health and well-being of their team so that they're equipped to thrive in their career, their role, and their personal lives. In other words, they create their own answers and then they take responsibility for the best way forward every day.

Leadership like this relies on the personal and professional practice of psychological health and safety that's practical and that creates the capacity for complex and complicated problems. 

So how do you create these practices, and what is the most efficient way to develop these skills?

The next step is to explore how this can help you and your people be more psychologically healthy, safe, and successful at work and home.

  • Click below to schedule a ZOOM information session with us or
  • Contact us by email: [email protected] or
  • Contact us by phone: 1-604-779-1277

Team Training

Once a leader has developed a foundation of personal and professional practice of psychological health and safety, the next step is to begin to work with their team.

Training a team in psychological health and safety coaching is simple, but it's not easy.

Overcoming the current state of the organization and any perceptions that create suspicion, apprehension, or apathy is not easy.

If you're like me and the leaders that I work with you already know that more training or corporate communications are not going to help move this needle.

We need to use evidence-based training that's based on experiential learning and neuroscience so that we can begin to create the experience of psychological health and safety rather than just talking intellectually or theoretically about psychological health and safety.

This makes an incredibly important distinction and the difference between success and failure.

Having balanced training that is experiential, relevant, tailored departmental, and engaging is an art form.

So how do you create team training that lands for your people and also starts to create the kind of culture that you want?

The next step is to explore how this can help you and your people be more psychologically healthy, safe, and successful at work and home.

  • Click below to schedule a ZOOM information session with us or
  • Contact us by email: [email protected] or
  • Contact us by phone: 1-604-779-1277

Project Training

Why is it that reorganization projects are such a constant fixture in organizations?

Centralization, decentralization, agile transformation, are the re-occurring reality in organizations. 

Often organizations get through one project and are already talking about the next one. 

The result for people is exasperation, frustration, and fatigue.

There is a huge misconception inside of this that's often missed. 

We actually think that the next one or the one we're in is going to be different than the last one!

If nothing changes then nothing changes, and the definition of insanity is doing the same things expecting different results.

It's totally understandable why we all do this at times, and if you're like me and the people that I work with you might be making the same mistake that we have.

You might be missing the one ingredient that will transform your project: Psychological health and safety leadership and coaching.

After hundreds of internal and external projects what we know for sure is that when people's mental health and wellness is put first the project always goes more smoothly. Conversely, when people are not involved and supported psychologically the project always meets resistance and push-back.

It doesn't even matter if people don't like the changes or they agree with them. If their well-being and mental health is championed by the project fundamentally people accept, adopt, and implement the project changes.

So how do you create a project team that understands how to work in this way inside of their project deliverables?

The next step is to explore how this can help you and your people be more psychologically healthy, safe, and successful at work and home.

  • Click below to schedule a ZOOM information session with us or
  • Contact us by email: [email protected] or
  • Contact us by phone: 1-604-779-1277
Explore these options further and ask questions: Schedule a ZOOM Meeting Here

Psychological Health and Safety Training Options

Leadership Training

There's a conscious leadership movement that's emerged out of the hierarchical structures of the past, but we're still learning how to work with people in ways that are practical while also being supportive of mental health and wellness.

If you're like me and the leaders that I work with this can feel like a difficult balancing act.

I understand completely, but it doesn't have to be.

You see when we learn how to use the practical tools of psychological health and safety as a foundation for our work it flows and cascades naturally into results that are meaningful and lasting, but those results come in a completely new and refreshing way for everyone, especially you as the leader.

In the old world, the leader was the one that everyone looked to for answers and direction.

In this new way of working the leader is a support and creative facilitator for the mental health and well-being of their team so that they're equipped to thrive in their career, their role, and their personal lives. In other words, they create their own answers and then they take responsibility for the best way forward every day.

Leadership like this relies on the personal and professional practice of psychological health and safety that's practical and that creates the capacity for complex and complicated problems. 

So how do you create these practices, and what is the most efficient way to develop these skills?

The next step is to explore how this can help you and your people be more psychologically healthy, safe, and successful at work and home.

  • Click below to schedule a ZOOM information session with us or
  • Contact us by email: [email protected] or
  • Contact us by phone: 1-604-779-1277

Team Training

Once a leader has developed a foundation of personal and professional practice of psychological health and safety, the next step is to begin to work with their team.

Training a team in psychological health and safety coaching is simple, but it's not easy.

Overcoming the current state of the organization and any perceptions that create suspicion, apprehension, or apathy is not easy.

If you're like me and the leaders that I work with you already know that more training or corporate communications are not going to help move this needle.

We need to use evidence-based training that's based on experiential learning and neuroscience so that we can begin to create the experience of psychological health and safety rather than just talking intellectually or theoretically about psychological health and safety.

This makes an incredibly important distinction and the difference between success and failure.

Having balanced training that is experiential, relevant, tailored departmental, and engaging is an art form.

So how do you create team training that lands for your people and also starts to create the kind of culture that you want?

The next step is to explore how this can help you and your people be more psychologically healthy, safe, and successful at work and home.

  • Click below to schedule a ZOOM information session with us or
  • Contact us by email: [email protected] or
  • Contact us by phone: 1-604-779-1277

Project Training

Why is it that reorganization projects are such a constant fixture in organizations?

Centralization, decentralization, agile transformation, are the re-occurring reality in organizations. 

Often organizations get through one project and are already talking about the next one. 

The result for people is exasperation, frustration, and fatigue.

There is a huge misconception inside of this that's often missed. 

We actually think that the next one or the one we're in is going to be different than the last one!

If nothing changes then nothing changes, and the definition of insanity is doing the same things expecting different results.

It's totally understandable why we all do this at times, and if you're like me and the people that I work with you might be making the same mistake that we have.

You might be missing the one ingredient that will transform your project: Psychological health and safety leadership and coaching.

After hundreds of internal and external projects what we know for sure is that when people's mental health and wellness is put first the project always goes more smoothly. Conversely, when people are not involved and supported psychologically the project always meets resistance and push-back.

It doesn't even matter if people don't like the changes or they agree with them. If their well-being and mental health is championed by the project fundamentally people accept, adopt, and implement the project changes.

So how do you create a project team that understands how to work in this way inside of their project deliverables?

The next step is to explore how this can help you and your people be more psychologically healthy, safe, and successful at work and home.

  • Click below to schedule a ZOOM information session with us or
  • Contact us by email: [email protected] or
  • Contact us by phone: 1-604-779-1277
Explore these options further and ask questions: Schedule a ZOOM Meeting Here

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"Thank you for helping me discover myself and my family before it was too late"

"Thank you for helping me work with stress and pressure and discover my family and my team"

"Thank you for helping me become a better manager, coach, and business owner!"

Explore these options further and ask questions: Schedule a ZOOM Meeting Here

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"Thank you for helping me discover myself and my family before it was too late"

 

"Thank you for helping me work with stress and pressure and discover my family and my team"

 

"Thank you for helping me become a better manager, coach, and business owner!"

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