Minimizing psychosocial risks.
Maximizing cultures of care.

Helping leaders and teams support psychosocial safety,
even when their work is complex and challenging.

Tried. Tested. Trusted.

We help leaders minimize psychosocial risks and build psychological safety at the individual, team, and organizational level to supercharge safety, wellbeing, and performance through:

When your leaders and teams speak the same language and have the know-how to identify, control, and monitor risks it enables them to have more open and honest conversations. These conversations are your best defence for minimizing and eliminating psychosocial hazards and supporting the wellbeing of your teams. Our 30-minute board and executive team briefings through to our 60-minute, 90-minute or 3-hour leaders and team workshops on The Uncomfortable Truths Of Psychosocial Safety to help everyone roll up their sleeves to tackle the crucial task of ensuring the psychosocial safety of your teams.

Workplaces are required to assess and monitor psychosocial risks. Our quantitative PERMAH Wellbeing Survey tool includes burnout, psychosocial risks, and care culture insights. Our qualitative Psychosocial Safety Research Focus Groups are designed to quickly, effectively, and safely ensure everyone’s voices are heard as we gather insights into your psychosocial safety strengths and risks co-create solutions people want to own together, and help you agree on the next steps. 

The subjective, complex, and dynamic nature of psychosocial risks mean leaders and teams need practical, evidence-tools they can reach for the moment a risk arises. Our done-for-you tools include our E-Learning For Minimizing Psychosocial Risks, Leaders Psychosocial Safety Conversations Guide, Work Design Toolkit, and our best-selling book Your Leadership Blueprint to put the latest science at people’s fingertips along with step-by-step guidance to help them assess, control, and monitor the hazards teams are experiencing.  

Despite our best intentions, changing behaviors can be challenging because we tend to set unrealistic goals, expect instant results, and subsequently feel overwhelmed. This is why we use the latest research in neuroscience and psychology to design experiential workshops and tools that challenge beliefs, unlock motivation, and provide tiny, evidence-based actions for immediate application. Our train-the-trainer Psychosocial Safety Toolbox Talks and Certificate For Leading Psychosocial Safety & Care include done-for-you PowerPoint slides, PDF playbooks, bonus follow up resources, facilitator guides and coaching all of which you can co-brand or re-brand if you wish.