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Wellbeing at Work · Mindful Self Compassion

"Amazing things happen when we see life as an adventure and approach each day with compassion and curiosity." 

Jo Gniel is a sought after speaker and facilitator on topics that contribute to wellbeing at work. Integrating the latest research on attachment science, relationships, Mindful Self-Compassion and wellbeing to deliver key note presentations and workshops focused on practical strategies that can be applied immediately in daily life. Past programs include:

  • Building Resilience
  • Courageous Conversations
  • Creating Mentally Healthy Workplaces
  • Handling Difficult Relationship Interactions
  • Keys to Building Resilience
  • Mindful Self Compassion
  • Managing Grief and Loss
  • Navigating Change
  • Resilient People. Resilient Workplaces
  • Resilience Through Change
  • R U OK? Mental Health Awareness
  • Stress Management
  • Stress and Relaxation
  • The Accidental Counsellor
  • Thriving Under Pressure
  • Understanding and Responding to Family Violence
  • Work. Life. Balance.

Jo has delivered workplace wellbeing programs for client organisations that include global and local businesses, state and federal government departments, health, tertiary education and the not-for-profit sectors to develop leaders, enhance relationships and wellbeing to create workplaces that thrive so that people do too.

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