“Wellness is an inside job” is our mantra.

To be sustainable, wellness needs to be led from an inside-out approach. If it’s not sustainable, it’s not successful.

Here at the Australasian Sustainable Wellness Academy (ASWA), we know that when individuals thrive, teams and organisations are more likely to thrive.

In order to thrive, individually and collectively, all employees need to have some degree of wellbeing literacy skills.

To help you and your people address this, we’ve developed the workshop series in the table below to support embedding of wellbeing across your organisation.


Aligned with our award-winning whole-person, whole-organisation approach for workplace mental health and wellbeing, these workshops encompass our 3-pronged approach to build and leverage capabilities – You, Team and Organisation.

Each workshop or all three can be scheduled for your team/s for a wholistic solution.

Structured around the core competencies identified by extensive industry consultation and research, our workshops and courses are based on content drawn from the Nationally Recognised 11047 NAT Diploma of Wellness Leadership Qualification accredited by the Australian Skills Quality Authority.

Both employers and employees benefit from our award-winning approach to wellbeing. Employers benefit from having empowered employees, with managers and leaders enabled to cultivate a healthy culture from within the organisation – for enhanced engagement, cohesion, wellbeing, performance and sustainability.

Intended audience Any employee looking to improve their wellbeing literacy skills for personal or professional development. Frontline, team or people leaders across the organisation. Heads of HR or Health and Safety, Operational/Heads of Departments, Senior leaders, Board members,
Objective Enhance personal performance in all spheres of life, including work, through wellbeing knowledge and skills Strengthen team performance through wellbeing knowledge and skills. Optimise performance of the business/unit through strategic wellbeing knowledge and skills.
Duration 60 mins 60 mins 60 mins
  • Creation of a personal definition of wellbeing.
  • Being self-directed and proactive in managing oneself.
  • Clarifying personal current status of wellbeing.
  • Setting boundaries to support wellbeing.
  • Being a proactive wellbeing-focused leader.
  • Defining what wellbeing means for the team.
  • Building a psychologically safe environment.
  • Leading by example through one’s own commitment to wellbeing.
  • Leading by example and setting the tone for a culture of wellbeing as a senior leader.
  • Understanding how wellbeing can enhance and sustain high performance.
  • Recognising the influence that senior leaders have on the overall wellbeing of the organisation and its employees.
  • Identifying challenges to wellbeing.
  • Tracking personal wellbeing.
  • Barriers to fostering a culture of wellbeing within the team and addressing stress and mental health issues.
  • Measuring the level of wellbeing among team members.
  • Obligations risks and opportunities.
  • Barriers to organisation-wide wellbeing.
  • Measuring wellbeing.
  • Fostering social connection to enhance wellbeing.
  • Supporting the wellbeing of both oneself and one's peers.
  • Recognising signs and symptoms of possible mental health challenges in self and peers.
  • Strengthening wellbeing across teams with varying cultural norms and practices.
  • Recognising signs of possible mental health challenges in oneself and others.
  • Engaging in wellbeing conversations.
  • Supporting others to achieve and sustain wellbeing.
  • Viewing wellbeing as a strategic enabler of employee engagement, productivity, and innovation.
  • Strengthening understanding of how senior leaders can use their influence to support and encourage employee wellbeing.
  • Developing a personal wellbeing plan.
  • Accessing practical tools, strategies and support mechanisms when needed
  • Developing a personal wellbeing plan for people leaders and their teams.
  • Accessing practical tools, strategies and support mechanisms.
  • Developing a wellbeing strategy for the organisation.
  • The key factors for sustaining organisational wellbeing.

Invest in your wellbeing capabilities today: Fill out the enquiry form above or contact us.