Organisational success depends on the workforce’s ability to perform at their peak.
Thriving workplaces have found the sweet spot - balancing culture, behaviour and leadership, harmonising business needs with employees' productivity and wellbeing. In today’s economic climate, the psychological environment that supports humans to perform at their best has never been more critical.
The only sustainable way forward is to build workplace ecosystems that maximise employees’ cognitive and psychological capacities, while ensuring the interpersonal landscape is psychologically safe and inclusive.
The psychological environment can be an oasis for great work to flourish or a quagmire of stress, conflict and negativity.
Bullying, disengagement, turnover, burnout, interpersonal conflict, toxic and mentally unhealthy cultures are on the rise, and need new and innovative approaches for shifting these dynamics.
Michelle has synthesised the latest research in neuroscience, interpersonal neurobiology, emotional intelligence and contemporary leadership frameworks, to provide multifaceted solutions to address the challenging issues workplaces face. She delivers deep facilitation and professional development experiences that, upskill leaders and employees to work in innovative ways that support business outcomes and build positive workplaces that help people thrive.
Michelle has delivered customised programs to over 30,000 senior leaders, teams and employees across Australia and New Zealand, in diverse industries with a range of leading organisations.
Thriving teams are psychological safe and optimise how humans work together in their relationships, psychology and brain functioning
Outstanding leaders amplify workplace success & wellbeing through optimising performance, teamwork & people engagement
intelligence and professional
resilience provide cutting edge
tools for peak performance
MENTORING & LEARNING
Commitment to mentoring and supervision programs, building the learning culture gives a competitive edge to a successful workplace