Corporate Program

Corporate Program

The Healthy Minds Corporate program is for companies who recognise that success is more than just a healthy bottom-line.

It's a direct result of your team being able to consistently operate at their best.

Many companies are familiar with motivational staff development programs, booking speakers for workshops on generic topics such as 'leadership' or 'excellent customer service'. While a great keynote address can be inspirational and motivating, we cater for companies who see employee performance as more than words and one-off presentations. Inspiration may be short-lived, but the development of psychological know-how in your team can be transformative.

We provide you with the essential tool to enable your workplace to satisfy its most important corporate responsibility: the wellbeing of your staff.

Smart organisations realise that modern workplace health and safety obligations extend beyond lifting and operating machinery. The psychological functioning of employees is both an ethical and economical imperative.

Our trained facilitators present your staff a flexible, 'in-house' program designed specifically for companies who want employees who are psychologically healthy, and therefore are:

  • Happier at work, and life
  • More flexible in their thinking
  • More productive
  • Better able to work well with colleagues
  • Less likely to take unplanned leave
  • Less likely to contribute to staff turnover
  • At reduced risk for depression, anxiety, stress, and other difficulties
  • Better able to identify and readily use their peak performance 'zone'

In Australia alone, mental ill-health costs business more than $6.5 billion annually. By becoming an accredited Healthy Minds workplace, you provide your staff with the skills and knowledge to be their best, and establish your organisation as a leader in employee wellbeing.

We teach your staff:

  • The thinking skills that prevent depression & anxiety (without specifically focussing on any particular psychological disorder)
  • How 'clinical perfectionism' plays an unhelpful role in mental health, achievement, and general quality of life
  • The keys to understanding the function of emotions, and the most helpful ways of navigating their emotional lives
  • Psychological flexibility
  • Realistic thinking (this is the key skill of modern cognitive behaviour therapy)
  • Self-compassion as an antidote to self-criticism (and why this is far more important than self-esteem)
  • Ways to understand and deal with procrastination - these work for school, work and life
  • The cultivation of gratitude as an everyday perspective (it has been shown to improve sleep, immune system function, and happiness)
  • The motivational techniques that change problem behaviours into helpful, healthy, and high-performance behaviours

To register your interest or to ask us a question, click here.

Click here to learn more about our accreditation process.