We’re facing an unprecedented time of change, pace and uncertainty.
Workload and the way we work and support ourselves at work is affecting our mental health and performance.
We’re struggling to know how to build resilient, cohesive and adaptive teams.
Yet there is an effective way to do it. It requires us to be more conscious.
There has been a 60% increase in common mental health problems at work. Presenteeism has risen by 89% and 41% of people state management style as their leading cause of stress.
The way we are working is not sustainable. Yet through understanding more about ourselves and others and what we need at work, we can make huge strides to improve people’s wellbeing and their long-term performance.
The challenge is not about how we avoid mental ill health. Our focus must be on the thinking and behaviour that leads to better overall wellbeing, of which mental health forms a part.
Conscious Leaders know this. They understand how to create an environment where all aspects of an individual are supported.
We are experts in organisational wellbeing and what enables people to thrive at work.
We help you to focus on the leadership behaviour that leads to sustainable performance and good mental health. This embeds wellbeing into the fabric of the organisation and how you work.
"We have really strengthened our team with Natasha’s support. Natasha gets people, what drives them, and what they need to do good work. She creates the space and sparks the conversations that remove the barriers getting in the way of being better. Natasha's connection with people and her ability to build great relationships means that the team feels supported and encouraged to be at their best. Natasha’s talks attract large audiences and get great feedback. We can grow our business knowing that the team is getting the support they need to thrive given Natasha’s help."
"Natasha has the ability to start powerful new conversations and opened our eyes to how we could create a more open and inclusive culture where people can speak up and stay connected. We asked Natasha to help us to build coaching capability in the team, but we got so much more. Natasha understands people and their behaviour which means that she can see the things that you won't always see yourself.'
"Natasha’s unwavering focus on wellbeing and workplace consciousness is inspiring and has made a real difference to my progress as a leader and a professional. I’m fortunate enough to have benefitted from Natasha’s coaching for almost three years now. I always look forward to our sessions because I know she will help me uncover smart ways to think about challenges and new patterns of behaviour that will help me tackle them."
"Natasha came to AspenTech to lead the Women’s Leadership Forum’s workshop on Bridging Cultural Differences. She brilliantly ran the session highlighting how to avoid stereotypes and how important it is to bridge both linguistic barriers and cultural gaps in the workplace. I am very lucky to have met Natasha. Why? She is very talented, establishes quick connection with her audience and is able to transform complex concepts into easy messages for everyone to understand. We all left that workshop with a light heart."
"Natasha is engaging, funny, clear and personable and is an expert in developing leadership skills and improving organisational wellbeing. I asked Natasha to speak at our key client conference on unconscious bias and diversity and we had fantastic feedback from the event with Natasha’s session highlighted as one of the best sessions of the day. I have also attended one of Natasha’s more intimate workshops where she was a facilitator and she was able to engender trust within the group to be open and honest so that they could reflect on where they needed to develop."
"Natasha shared her own personal story in an incredibly engaging, honest and down to earth style, and then chaired a lively debate on "Balance vs Burnout - finding the harmony between work and personal life". There was a great turnout for the event and we received only positive feedback and I wouldn't hesitate to work with Natasha again."