Power individuals, teams and organisations to thrive by helping leaders to ‘Learn, Live, Lead & Embed’ better wellbeing for all

Unlocking the power of organisations and leaders who care

Deep economic and social impacts as a result of our rapidly changing world are transforming the ways government and business need to operate, in both the short and long term. It’s putting leaders and their teams under pressure to learn and adapt in real time to manage now while creating the future.

The operating model that has become the most highly advantaged – the remote, virtual world – also brings serious risks. As most employees adapt to working from home and accept the future is never going to be the same as the past, senior executives and their teams are experiencing a wide range of resulting psychological, wellbeing and productivity impacts.

GLWS helps organisations support employee mental health and wellbeing, and to create thriving work cultures and practices which mitigate the risk of burnout and prevent decline into ill-health. As the saying goes, prevention is better than cure.  

If you want to develop and maintain an organisational culture which is regarded as sustainable, thriving and high performing then good wellbeing and mental health practices need to sit at the core of your organisation’s processes and leadership priorities.

Deep economic and social impacts as a result of our rapidly changing world are transforming the ways government and business need to operate, in both the short and long term. It’s putting leaders and their teams under pressure to learn and adapt in real time to manage now while creating the future.

The operating model that has become the most highly advantaged – the remote, virtual world – also brings serious risks. As most employees adapt to working from home and accept the future is never going to be the same as the past, senior executives and their teams are experiencing a wide range of resulting psychological, wellbeing and productivity impacts.

GLWS helps organisations support employee mental health and wellbeing, and to create thriving work cultures and practices which mitigate the risk of burnout and prevent decline into ill-health. As the saying goes, prevention is better than cure.  

If you want to develop and maintain an organisational culture which is regarded as sustainable, thriving and high performing then good wellbeing and mental health practices need to sit at the core of your organisation’s processes and leadership priorities.

Amplify your leaders’ wellbeing capabilities with GLWS

Before your leaders can be successful in leading or embedding a culture of wellbeing, they must firstly be convinced of the merits in role modelling and applying it to themselves. Many leaders are notoriously bad at self-care, and are still of the old fashioned view that to be successful, they have no choice but to make many sacrifices along the way, oftentimes inadvertently placing their energy, productivity, wellbeing and mental health at risk. 

We think there’s a job to be done to engage and upskill leaders in their own wellbeing and mental health journeys, and we believe it is not until they have learned and lived wellbeing for themselves that they will be equipped and effective in leading and embedding wellbeing for others.

If you can relate to our thinking, then our rigorous, evidence-based GLWS solutions offer uniquely holistic insights and a reliable framework to understand, analyse and improve leaders’ wellbeing – both while working and in their personal lives – so they can role-model and increase the performance, energy and engagement of their people. 

The world is changing. To be successful now and into the future, employers need their people to adapt, learn, collaborate and innovate. Ever tried to be like this when struggling with your wellbeing? It’s almost impossible. A growing differentiator of the best leaders is those who demonstrate wellbeing as a core capability. 

The best of the best will understand, model and uphold positive wellbeing practices in the workplace.

 

Before your leaders can be successful in leading or embedding a culture of wellbeing, they must firstly be convinced of the merits in role modelling and applying it to themselves. Many leaders are notoriously bad at self-care, and are still of the old fashioned view that to be successful, they have no choice but to make many sacrifices along the way, oftentimes inadvertently placing their energy, productivity, wellbeing and mental health at risk. 

We think there’s a job to be done to engage and upskill leaders in their own wellbeing and mental health journeys, and we believe it is not until they have learned and lived wellbeing for themselves that they will be equipped and effective in leading and embedding wellbeing for others.

If you can relate to our thinking, then our rigorous, evidence-based GLWS solutions offer uniquely holistic insights and a reliable framework to understand, analyse and improve leaders’ wellbeing – both while working and in their personal lives – so they can role-model and increase the performance, energy and engagement of their people. 

The world is changing. To be successful now and into the future, employers need their people to adapt, learn, collaborate and innovate. Ever tried to be like this when struggling with your wellbeing? It’s almost impossible. A growing differentiator of the best leaders is those who demonstrate wellbeing as a core capability. 

The best of the best will understand, model and uphold positive wellbeing practices in the workplace.

Our Success Stories

GLWS® helps support leaders and their teams do, be and stay at their best.    

 

Specifically designed for organisational use and to complement existing leadership, diversity and inclusion, coaching and wellness programs , GLWS solutions offer a world-leading, credible and robust toolkit that:

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Explores and articulates your leaders’ wellbeing assets and hot-spot detractors

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Suggests, supports and encourages appropriate actions to address wellbeing priorities effectively, accompanied by curated quality content

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Constructively examines how a leader’s behaviour may impact team wellbeing and performance
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Identifies common factors affecting workplace wellbeing – both positively and negatively
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Demonstrates care and commitment to  the wellbeing and sustainability of your leaders and their people

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Ensures a more balanced, engaged and productive approach to work and living

GLWS’ uniquely holistic approach encompasses the work AND personal factors affecting your leaders’ wellbeing. A simple, easy to complete survey shines a light on the factors that contribute to individual and business success and helps leaders address key issues in a supportive way that gets results.

Following an initial assessment and debrief, GLWS solutions also provide for a range of ongoing development resources  to further support executives in actioning  next  steps for greater wellbeing, energy and productivity. We also now offer an extended range of  options which enable the GLWS to be efficiently and cost-effectively cascaded from senior executives and leaders to a larger group of middle managers, team leaders, supervisors and employees .

Integral to the GLWS approach is evaluating the impact and benefits to determine value and return on effort and investment. Please ask us for more details.

See the GLWS in action now with a suite of sample reports

If you are a leader, or a coach working with leaders, you can find out how the GLWS works in practice by reviewing our suite of reports. Sign up here to get instant access.

You’re in good hands

The GLWS survey can only be administered and interpreted by accredited facilitators, coaches and psychologists who have a proven track record in achieving positive wellbeing and performance outcomes in the workplace. 

While accreditation is available for in-house professionals, , external coaches and consultants  can offer  added peace of mind from a confidentiality and risk management perspective. We connect you with our thriving community of GLWS accredited coaches, wellbeing and leadership development experts, matching their expertise to your needs.

You’re in good hands

The GLWS survey can only be administered and interpreted by accredited facilitators, coaches and psychologists who have a proven track record in achieving positive wellbeing and performance outcomes in the workplace. 

While accreditation is available for in-house professionals, , external coaches and consultants  can offer  added peace of mind from a confidentiality and risk management perspective. We connect you with our thriving community of GLWS accredited coaches, wellbeing and leadership development experts, matching their expertise to your needs.

Read how Australia Post and Qantas have used GLWS in their organisations

Discover five ways GLWS will improve performance and wellbeing for individuals and organisations

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"I have really valued EEK & SENSE’s approach of working closely with their accredited partners to ensure great outcomes for clients. I would recommend the GLWS accreditation to any coach who wants to build their skills, expand their service offering, and enhance the wellbeing and performance of their clients."

Andi Pert – Facilitator & Executive Coach, Life NRG

"The GLWS accreditation workshop was extremely valuable. I learned about the GLWS model and reports in-depth, and through case studies and the experience of Karen and Audrey, gained great ideas for handling more challenging wellbeing concerns. All in all, the day was informative, practical and very enjoyable. Thank you."

Caoimhe Richmond, Capability Consulting

"After considerable market research I chose the GLWS program as it was definitely a unique offering that stood out from other diagnostic tools. Completing the GLWS accreditation allowed me to expand my qualifications and provided me with a tool that would add considerable value to my business offering. The online accreditation process was a fantastic experience and Karen and the team were great throughout. Very excited to be on board!"

Melinda Fell, Talent & Coaching Consultant, MFC Consulting

"Individual leaders have experienced a highly personalised intervention, aimed at supporting them to take personal responsibility for making positive changes to enhance their wellbeing. As an organisation, I feel we are now well placed to create targeted wellbeing interventions to address the needs, giving us a better return on investment than simply applying a wellbeing ‘band aid’."

Sean Carroll, GM of People, Culture and Innovation, Australia Post

"GLWS was an important eye-opener, a pointed and timely prompt to make some changes I knew I needed to make….and I feel so much better for it now. Nearly 6 months have passed, and I am still reaping the benefits at a personal level and I can see the positive changes happening across my whole team."

Jen Delves, Head of People Services, QANTAS

"We are witnessing a huge increase in the need and demand for executive wellness. More and more my clients and I are discussing how they spend their time and energy and the difficulties they are experiencing with integrating personal, family and work commitments. The GLWS is invaluable."

Dr Órla NicDomhnaill, CEO, Thrive Advisory

"What has been so powerful for the participants is how tangible the outcomes are. The GLWS allows you to fast-track the coaching conversation and immediately identify which aspects of wellbeing need attention. The conversation very quickly becomes about brainstorming actions that will improve overall wellbeing. It’s such a positive and empowering tool."

Lauren Jauncey, (former) Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Australia Post

Gain greater insights into your workplace wellbeing today

Gain greater insights into your workplace wellbeing today