THE COST OF ALL THOSE 'MENTAL HEALTH DAYS' 

On the whole, our organisations are in crisis.

 

Untreated mental health issues cost Australian workplaces approximately $10.9 billion per year (Beyond Blue, 2014), and 43% of employees say their workplaces have caused the problem. (Superfriend, 2019). 

 

Yet, the implementation of positive psychology programs consistently show that when people have higher levels of wellbeing, they are:

29%

more likely

to be productive

6x

more likely

to be engaged

125%

less likely

to burn out

41%

less likely to take a sick day

32%

less likely

to quit

                                                                                                                                                               Source: The Wellbeing Lab
 

Therefore, we must be pro-active! Let's work together to build a positive culture in your organisation now,

before things start to break down. 

NEW

JOIN US FOR: The 6-Week PERMAH Challenge!

Integrate workplace wellbeing into your organisational culture, with these 6 x 1.5 hour positive psychology sessions. Each session focuses on one of the evidence-based PERMAH pillars, with fun 'homework' for participants to complete and measurable improvements by the end of the series. 

This weekly challenge is delivered live to groups at your workplace (North Queensland only) or online via Zoom (all other areas).

MODULES FOR ORGANISATIONS

The following four modules use evidence-based practices to increase the positive culture of your organisation.  Each can be delivered either as a half-day or full-day workshop. Modules can be taken individually, or as a set. I am also available for bespoke consulting, by arrangement.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

"Incredible quality of outcome in such a short space of time."

 

"Dynamic!"

 

"Work with Kirsten! You will learn and you will grow." 

"A warm and engaging presenter with a fun, interactive learning focus."

 

"Loads of practical ideas to put into action straight away."

"Thank you for bringing rigour to creativity and naming it as essential to our future."

"Kirsten Cottone is a significant thought-leader in the field."

Zoe Wooldridge (NSW Ambulance), on the "Creative Futures" workshop she attended in Melbourne, July, 2019. 

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KIRSTEN COTTONE

Positive Psychology | Neuroscience | Creative Coaching