Author: Angela Derks

Mar
23

Mental health & WHS culture units added to Diploma of Wellness Leadership Qualification

It’s been a long work in progress… So I am delighted to announce that the revised Nationally Recognised 11047 Diploma of Wellness Leadership Qualification now has the following additions: ✅Mental Health Response & Support (Psychological safety & psychosocial components) – new unit added ✅WHS Positive Culture Strategy Development – new unit added ✅Develop & Manage […]

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Feb
24

What does ISO 45003 mean for your workplace mental health and wellbeing?

What is ISO 45003 and how can this history-making standard help drive a much-needed shift in the understanding and implementation of health, safety and wellbeing? Let’s answer these questions in turn. Health and safety, reborn Published in June 2021, ISO 45003 is a big deal. Why? For the very first time, it provides a formal […]

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Jan
14

A Foolproof Formula To Shift From Freeze to Flow State

With all the changes and unknowns that we’ve had to contend with over the past two years, many of our clients working in organisations within various roles, and across states and sectors, have shared that employees are feeling ‘stuck’ or ‘frozen’, particularly over the past 12 months. Most people are very aware of the fight […]

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Nov
15

15 ways to find your way back from burnout

Preventing burnout protects your overall health and wellbeing, as well as your career. However, if the way you work changed radically over the past year, your old defences may not be enough. How do you know if you’re burned out? Some of the most common signs include irritability, depression, and lack of motivation. You feel […]

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Mar
18

Thriving organisations proactively support the wellbeing of their people

When individuals collectively thrive in a workplace then organisations as a whole, are more likely to thrive. At the Australasian Sustainable Wellness Academy (ASWA), we believe that healthy, happy employees are the key to creating thriving organisations. When we talk about wellness, what we’re really talking about, is living life at your best; having consistent […]

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Jan
20

Why do managers and leaders need wellbeing skills?

Every day, people are promoted into management roles, many of which never intended to actually become managers. They agree to their new responsibilities to stay employed, make more money, or to forge a pathway for their next career move. As we move into 2020, with increasing conversations being had on the topic of mental health […]

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Aug
18

How to review, measure and track your wellbeing efforts

You’re committed to a healthy lifestyle to be the best version of you, but how do you know if you’re making any real progress? Taking a daily stock of your energy level, stress level, sleep quality, mindfulness and nutrition choices, is important for everyone who is trying to live a healthier life. It will help […]

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Jul
13

6 ways to move more and sit less

Just over two hours of moderate exercise a week could help stave off a host of medical conditions, researchers say simply breaking up sedentary periods is not enough – overall time spent seated must be cut to lower the risk. Such periods could be as short as a minute in duration. Here are six ways [...]
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Jun
23

5 ways to boost wellbeing and reduce your tax

The end of the financial year has traditionally been a time to recognise and reward staff achievements and efforts. This year’s end of financial term however, isn’t like the ones that have come before. Many businesses are keener than ever to support their teams’ mental health and wellbeing. In recent months, we’ve seen the personal […]

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Jun
10

What employers need to consider about the Coronavirus Vaccine

As researchers across the world work to develop a COVID-19 vaccine, community leaders are hopeful that its creation may help facilitate an easier and quicker transition back to “normal life” while minimising the effects of the virus’s continued spread. Still, many more wonder about the safety, effectiveness, and impact of a potential immunisation. A recent […]

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