Workplace well-being

Stress is one of the leading causes of workplace absenteeism, costing Australian businesses billions per year. Increasingly, global organisations are recognizing the power of mindfulness-based programs to reduce stress, and increase productivity, creativity, and general well-being. Fortune 500s such as Google, Nike, Facebook, and Apple have implemented meditation and mindfulness programs to improve the well-being of their workforce.

We specialise in delivering transformational holistic well-being programs, utilising research-based neuroscience strategies to catalyse change for organisations and individuals. With 10+ years experience, we facilitate workshops and training for groups and individuals, working with CEOs, executives and other employees. We have developed well-being programs for corporate, healthcare, and education sectors, and can tailor a program for your workplace needs.

3 top reasons for workplace well-being programs

Return on investment

For every dollar spent on a mental health initiative in the workplace, the average return on investment is $2.30, with reduced absenteeism and compensation claims.1

1. Australian Government National Mental Health Commission. The Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance.

Increased productivity​

Meditation reduces stress, anxiety and depression, reducing absenteeism and improving workplace productivity.2

2. Harvard Medical School, American Psychological Association

Boost work performance

Meditation improves focus, attention, concentration, and working memory, improving the ability to perform at work.3

3.  American Psychological Association

Return on investment

For every dollar spent on a mental health initiative in the workplace, the average return on investment is $2.30, with reduced absenteeism and compensation claims.1

1. Australian Government National Mental Health Commission. The Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance.

Increased productivity​

Mindfulness reduces stress, anxiety and depression, reducing absenteeism and improving workplace productivity.2

2. Harvard Medical School, American Psychological Association

Boost work performance

Mindfuness improves focus, attention, concentration, and working memory, improving the ability to perform at work.3

3.  American Psychological Association

“I’ve been a leader for over 20 years, and have been in the business of leadership development for over 12 years, so you could say I’ve seen it all! But what Emma has here is fresh and absolutely what is needed for leaders to sense into this new era and evolve their leadership.”

Tracy Driscoll, Leadership consultant & entrepreneur

Emma is a knowledgeable and engaging presenter! She offered a range of practical and evidence-based stress management strategies. Following her course I felt more confident in my ability to manage stress and overwhelm and believe that I have a greater capacity to be present and engage with my work. In addition, I believe that Emma’s course will help me to notice and prevent burnout in the future. I would highly recommend her course!”

Vanessa Bailey, Clinical Psychologist, Ramsay Healthcare

“Emma has been running training programs with Nature Care College since March 2019. She has a calm and thoughtful teaching style and shares her knowledge in a confident & engaging way. Her professional approach, combined with her positive & happy disposition all contribute to her success as a trainer. Emma’s participants consistently send in feedback to let us know how much they have enjoyed her sessions and the positive impact she has made on their lives. We’re lucky to have her!”

Kathy Grange, Curriculum & Training Manager, Nature Care College

Learn more about our Workplace Well-being programs and discuss your organisation’s specific requirements