Gain new insights into executive and employee wellbeing

Behind the scenes access to EEK & SENSE’s Industry Presentations

Gain insights into the perspectives, research and discoveries made by the team behind GLWS with front row seats at our executive and employee wellbeing industry event presentations.

Get to know the EEK & SENSE team and extend your knowledge into the psychology behind wellbeing and leadership success. Download the presentations of your choice using the links below. If you would like to invite us to present at your event, please contact us.

Gain insights into the perspectives, research and discoveries made by the team behind GLWS with front row seats at our executive and employee wellbeing industry event presentations.

Get to know the EEK & SENSE team and extend your knowledge into the psychology behind wellbeing and leadership success.

Download the presentations of your choice using the links below. If you would like to invite us to present at your event, please contact us.

Launching a Conversation about Work and Wellbeing

On the Potential Psychology podcast
Karen joins Ellen Jackson on the Potential Psychology podcast to talk about wellbeing challenges for leaders, existential and intellectual wellbeing and plenty more.

 

A Collection of Wellbeing Insights From Audrey & Karen

Years of experience. A year of insights.

Expert articles and wellbeing musings from the creators of the GLWS – now in one easy-to-read place.
An eBook filled with tips and techniques to help boost wellbeing in the workplace and at home.

The Workplace Wellness Conference

5-6th September 2017

Who is responsible for Wellbeing at Work?
A case study from Australia Post. Presented by Karen Gillespie and Andrea Pearman, GM Marketing and Community, Australia Post

Positive Psychology and Wellbeing Conference

Adelaide, 24 September 2016

Towards a better understanding of Executive Wellbeing
Presented by Karen Gillespie

Our research findings clearly show that when we look at what’s most important to one’s overall feeling of wellbeing, our physical health is important, but is not the only or most important aspect. Meaning, Purpose & Direction, Intellectual Engagement & Flow and Authentic Relationships and the other domains measured by the MEWS are more strongly related to  one’s overall wellbeing, both inside and outside of work, than physical health.

 

Integrating Wellbeing into Leadership

The future of workplace wellbeing.

Our thoughts on how to embed a culture of wellbeing that truly engages leaders and connects with the real wellbeing needs of individuals at all levels in the organisation.

See this short ‘thought leadership’ piece for our advice on defining ‘Enabling Wellbeing’ as a core leadership capability and how to embed this in organisations

Creating Psychological Safety

August 2017

Special event from MEWS
with keynote speaker Dr Orla NicDomhnaill.

Culpable Culture

April 2017

Regulatory Risks and the Challenges for Boards Special event from MEWS
with keynote speaker Deborah Latimer

Australian Psychological Society (APS) 2016 Congress

Melbourne, 15 September 2016

Wellbeing is not a charitable alternative to profit, it’s an enabler
Presented by Audrey McGibbon

 

APS 12th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference

13-15th July 2017

Exploring the link between subjective wellbeing and resilience
Presented by Karen Gillespie

International Coaches Federation (ICF) Conference

Gold Coast, 26-28 October 2016

What are the factors that drive Executive Wellbeing?
Presented by Audrey McGibbon and Karen Gillespie

Exploring the link between ‘dark side’ derailers and subjective wellbeing

Presented by Audrey McGibbon

International Congress of Psychology

Japan, 26 July 2016

Evidence for a holistic view of Wellbeing
Presentation by Rainer Kurz, Audrey McGibbon and Karen Gillespie

In July 2016, we were thrilled for Rainer to present our MEWS research results at the 31st International Congress of Psychology in Japan. We were invited to share our insights regarding the measurement and development of a holistic approach to wellbeing, as a pathway to promoting harmony and diversity in the workplace.

Interested to learn more about what we do? ? Book in a call with one of the GLWS team

Interested to learn more about what we do? ? Book in a call with one of the GLWS team