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Our complete list of workshops and webinars 

Living Well. Working Well. 

Below you'll find a breakdown of our offerings for 2024.

All sessions  can also be customised for a longer duration to provide a deeper dive if required.

We highly recommend that participant numbers are limited to maximise the learning outcomes for individuals. Sessions are delivered either virtually or face-to-face on the client site.

For any topics you’re interested in, the TW team can send a session outline that includes the learning outcomes.

Alternatively if you’d like to discuss a customisation of a standard topic, or a fully bespoke session, please reach out to our team at learning@transitioningwell.com.au and a scoping meeting will be arranged to discuss your specific needs.

If you're a small business owner, we're pleased to be hosting a free webinar on the recent family domestic violence leave legislation changes. Join us, and our panel of small business experts, on Monday 18 March for a live discussion on the changes, and learn what you can do to best support your employees during this difficult time. Learn more here

If you're a small business owner ... 

We're pleased to be hosting a free webinar on the recent family domestic violence leave legislation changes. Join us, and our panel of small business experts, on Monday 18 March for a live discussion on the changes, and learn what you can do to best support your employees during this difficult time. Learn more here

This series helps leaders to manage risks and use supportive tools and strategies to lead healthy and productive teams.

1. Safe to speak:

Cultivating psychological safety.

This session introduces three practical approaches to building psychological safety and help leaders develop a culture of high performance, growth and learning for their teams.

2. Leading well teams:

Creating a culture of team wellbeing.

This session provides leaders with insights and practical tools focused on equipping them to rise to some of the leadership challenges of the changing world of work, particularly having supportive conversations.

3. Preventing boss burnout:

How to support self as a leader.

This session explores the unique impact of the being a leader has, especially in busy and chaotic environments. This session will focus on supportive strategies for those who provide the support, such as leaders.

4. Fatigue antidote:

How leaders can overcome fatigue within teams.

This session enables leaders to recognise the signs and symptoms of workforce exhaustion and provide practical strategies to combat team fatigue by role modelling best practice.

5. Leading psychosocial safety:

Identifying and managing psychological hazards.

This session provides information to help leaders identify and manage psychosocial risks that may be present in teams to support creating workplace environments that are healthier for all.

6. Navigating change for leaders:

When uncertainty is the only certainty.

This session explores how leaders can support themselves and others in responding to changes at work. This session will look at understanding the common emotional responses to change, and learning practical strategies in managing anxiety, worry and stress.

This series explores the importance of improving our health and wellbeing in the context of the workplace to be able to perform and thrive at work.

1. Health reset:

Making healthy habits part of routine.

This session unpacks the many (many) reasons why our health and wellbeing may slip during times of change and the strategies we can put in place for a reset on our health and wellbeing goals.

2. Managing full plates:

How to overcome stress overload.

This session enables participants to appreciate different ways to ‘lighten our load’ and reinforces that we can be effective in the face of a ‘full plate’ even when we can’t remove what’s causing the stress.

3. The fatigue antidote:

How individuals can regain energy.

This session enables participants to recognise the signs of workforce exhaustion and provide practical strategies that individuals can use to combat fatigue and help your team create their own ‘fresh start’ moments.

4. Preventing burnout:

Implementing strategies to protect wellbeing.

This session provides individuals with insights into the ‘culture’ of burnout that has emerged in the shadow of the modern, blended workplace and offer practical approaches for sustained wellbeing.

5. Living and working with purpose:

Finding our way and why in a changing world.

This session helps participants understand why having a purpose and meaning in life is important to living a fulfilling and content life, supporting our wellbeing.

6. Compassion fatigue:

How to curb the cost of caring.

This session provides participants with insights informed by current research and tools focussed on understanding compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma, what it is, who is at risk—and critically—ways to prevent and manage it.

7. Cultivating connection:

Strategies to combat loneliness.

This session provides individuals with insights into misperceptions of loneliness really means, and how an individual can cultivate meaningful connections in the workplace to create a sense of belonging at work.

8. Check in culture:

How to ask someone R U OK.

This session explores the concept of a ‘check-in’ culture where peers are able to create safe places for themselves and colleagues to regularly check in with each other and ask R U OK.

9. Navigating change:

When uncertainty is the only certainty.

This session explores common individual emotional responses to change at work, and unpacks practical strategies to support managing anxiety, worry and stress.

This series explores practical life-work boundary management tools and strategies to improve life-work integration.

1. Tech reset:

How to minimise technoference.

This session promotes intentional approaches and cultivate digital wellness habits to harness the benefits of technology and lessen its impact.

2. Life-work transition tactics:

Building strategies for life-work wellbeing.

This session helps individuals to develop practical life-work boundary management tools and applies these strategies through the sharing of best practice.

3. Finding flow:

Establishing flow in chaotic environments.

This session introduces techniques that provide opportunity to capitalise on getting into a state of ‘flow’, with complete absorption in activity, especially in busy environments where distractions are rife.

4. Setting boundaries:

Drawing a line between work and home.

This session deep dives the techniques of setting clear boundaries between work and home to create a clear delineation between entities within life to support health and wellbeing.

This series explores tools and strategies to understand ourselves and others and be able to develop our thinking patterns to think differently and creatively.

1. Emotional intelligence:

Interpreting your feelings to understand others.

This session provides practical tools and strategies to become aware of emotions in ourselves and others, and to develop a language to discuss them.

2. Paradox mindsets:

Thinking differently when things aren’t black and white.

This session explores the idea of paradoxes and why paradoxical thinking is a critical skill in achieving solution-focused thinking.

3. Neurodiverse thinking:

Harnessing the power of diverse thoughts.

This session explores the concept of neurodivergent thinking and how leaders and teams can embrace diversity of thought to enhance and drive creativity and innovation.

4. Building confidence:

Overcoming imposter syndrome.

This session unpacks imposter syndrome and equip individuals with practical strategies to overcome it by understanding internal beliefs and how to reframe them to build confidence in ourselves.

5. Adaptable minds:

Building AQ in an ever changing world.

This session explores the concept of adaptability and provide practical strategies on how individuals can build up their Adaptability Quotient (AQ) to be able to respond flexibly and effectively to changes that occur in a work environment.

This series is designed to support individuals and teams to better manage stress, create opportunities for recovery, and help prepare for future transitions with a more complete view of wellness.

1. Getting out of autopilot:

Grounding techniques for daily life.

This session provides participants with insights and tools focused on understanding the brain’s ‘autopilot’ and learning how grounding techniques can be used in everyday life and work.

2. When switching off is the goal:

How to relax and detach from work.

This session provides participants with insights and tools focussed on understanding the stress and relaxation responses, and practical ways to ‘switch off’ so we can relax and detach from work.

3. Calming the monkey mind:

Everyday mindfulness introduction and practice.

This session provides participants with insights and tools focussed on how to overcome the chaos that can sometimes overwhelm our minds through everyday practice of mindfulness.

4. Being nicer to ourselves:

Self-compassion for life and work.

This session explores the biological basis of self-compassion and the evidence for its benefits. Participants will be invited to practice the art of giving ourselves a ‘self-compassion break’.

5. What really matters:

Getting clear on our values and non-negotiables.

This session provides an opportunity to explore and refine your values and consider what is meaningful for you. The session introduces tools to discover what’s important to individuals right now so they can get moving in that direction.

6. Attitude of gratitude:

The science of gratitude and connection.

This session introduces the concept of gratitude and provides a range of practical gratitude techniques that will help participants ‘reinforce the good’ in our work and lives.

7. Circle of influence:

Focusing our actions and energy on what we can control.

This session explores models from organisational settings and sports psychology to understand concrete ways to: assess what we can control, focus on action and performance in those areas, and acknowledge when to let go.

Graduate Transition Modules

Now more than ever, leaders are called upon to support their graduates in a way that sustains wellbeing and allows them to view their careers through a long-term lens. Our workshops provide your graduates with an opportunity to learn techniques they can apply to the transition from university to working life and beyond. 

Learn more here.

 

Transition to Parent Workshops

We offer a range of services for both leaders and HR managers to support their staff as they transition to life as a working parent, as well as robust services tailored to support working parents themselves.

Learn more here.

 

Transition to Partner

In professional service firms, the ‘transition to partner’ is a key leadership transition with unique challenges. Our Transition to Partner workshop provides partners with the insights, frameworks and tools to be well and lead well. 

Learn more here.

 

Late Career to Retirement Seminars

Our seminars can equip you with what you need to support your staff through late career and retirement, and help them navigate this late career transition well.

Learn more here.

PsyCap: Team Dynamics Training

Psychological Capital (PsyCap) is a positive psychological resource compromised of hope, efficacy, resilience and optimism. 

Going beyond the much-used term, 'resilience', PsyCap training can help leaders and organisations find new ways to work through such challenges as change and disruption, team disconnection, fatigue, languishing, remote and hybrid working and other organisational sticking points. 

PsyCap training promotes positive thinking patterns that can challenge and replace deep-seated assumptions and beliefs over time, and build team cohesion. 

The evidence-based training is delivered by our qualified psychologists via a facilitated workshop (online or face-to-face) and involves a series of exercises that focus on work and career-related goals.

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Family and Domestic Violence Response Training

In this training program, delivered in partnership with HR Legal, we provide individuals with an understanding of Family and Domestic Violence (FDV) within the workplace context, as well as the skills required to respond to individuals who share that they are experiencing FDV.

Research indicates that 20 per cent of the Australian population report having experienced physical and/or sexual family and domestic violence at some stage in their life. Given the workplace plays an integral part of an individual’s day-to-day life, there is a unique intersection between those experiencing FDV within the home environment and how the workplace can provide support in responding to such complex instances. 

This comprehensive training program provides individuals with practical skills and strategies to respond appropriately, effectively and safely to individuals who may disclose as a victim or perpetrator of FDV.

Learn more here.

Read our Family and Domestic Violence Response Training case study with Qantas. 

 

Our workshops and webinars can be offered as a ‘one off’ or packaged up to fit your organisation’s needs and budget.