Let’s create a mentally healthy workplace together.


R.O.T Activity Guide

R.O.T.  is an acronym of tech origin that stands for redundant, obsolete, or trivial. Timothy R Clark, social scientist, researcher, and author tells us it’s important to look for R.O.T. as ‘everything we do eventually becomes obsolete’ 

 In other words – you can find new ways, better ways, more effective ways to do things by making it safe to raise new ideas and challenge the status-quo.  

I’ve developed a downloadable activity guide to help you run this activity with your team and ensure it rewards everyone’s vulnerability. 

Monthly Accountability Meeting Template

Ensure monthly 1:1 meeting’s enhance the effectiveness and wellbeing of your employees as well as report on operational KPI’s.  This template provides leadership coaching questions, wellbeing check ins and reward and recognition prompts to support positive interactions between leaders and their team members and help boost your culture overall.

If you’d like to talk about how to introduce this template into your organisation reach out for a chat.

Workload Utilisation - Project Rationalisation Form

How do you rationalise your project activities in a world of competing demands, compliance overload and normalised work overload?
You assess each new project against a set of criteria designed to ensure your business is spending time on the right activities and not risking burning out its top performers.

Continually adding new projects onto employees who are already at – or over – capacity is a quick step to burnout and potentially a mental injury claim. Find a new way. Find a better way and ruthlessly prioritise your project activities (non BAU) to ensure your most important projects get completed and you retain a healthy workforce.

Work Utilisation Model - Are you busy? Or busy?

When did “busy” become a bad thing? The word “busy” has become so overused it really does not help us to understand how utilised our people are in the workplace.

Using this model you will come to understand my three levels of work utilisation in the workplace. You can then assess your own work utilisation and those of your team to determine where you sit and take steps to ensure everyone is deliciously well utilised – our desired state in a mentally healthy workplace.

Mentally Healthy Workplaces – Business Case

Need to influence the case for change internally?

This business case document contains basic clarification on what a mentally healthy workplace is and why it’s so important to organisations.  It contains three distinctly separate business case arguments which will enable you to tailor to your specific audience. If you require further information to support your case reach out for a chat. 

Mentally Healthy Workplaces Maturity Assessment

Striving to be a mentally healthy workplace or keen to know the steps to take to get there?

Download the Mentally Healthy Workplaces Maturity Assessment and assess your current state of progress against the maturity model.

Reach out if you’d like more help.

Making Meetings Mentally Manageable

Workplace meeting fatigue is almost an accepted unhealthy norm these days.

Poor, unsustainable habits have formed and no one questions the patterns anymore.

We just run from meeting to meeting with a diary so full there’s no room to breathe.

It’s time to make a change.

In this paper, you’ll find six tips that will help you Make Meetings Mentally Manageable along with explanatory notes and recommended actions.

Reach out if you’d like more help.

7 Strategies to help Your Teams When They’re Running on Empty

After months of increased demand and COVID related challenges, teams are fatigued, frustrated and desperately in need of strategies to help them push through.

Whilst there is no silver bullet, here are seven ways you can help your teams when they’re Running On Empty

Hot Tip: Take one strategy that resonates with you, your context and your teams the most. Unpack and explore it.

Reach out if you’d like more help.

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