Calming Stress – Workplace Wellness for Individuals

“A one day calming stress workshop for executives- Don’t wait for your organisation, support yourself.”

A magic wand to take away the stress of life you hope! I wish! Complex matters require multiple solutions. There is an abundance of quality resources available in the world to help people manage their stress and yet the support to explain why, what, when and how to use them is not integrated.

This one day workshop will help you to understand stress, recognise you drive your bus and what are options are best for you! Our one day individual Calming Stress workshop is $495/per person

In Australia mental health has overtaken physical injury as the cause of the largest absences from work (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2014).

Work related stress affects the wellbeing and health of employees. When people are unable to calm their stress, physical, mental and emotional difficulties arise. The workplace signs and symptoms of unmanaged stress include:

  • Decreased job satisfaction
  • Increased absenteeism & staff turnover
  • Increased employee conflict (counter claims of bullying and harassment)
  • Decreased client satisfaction
  • Workers compensation claims related to mental illness
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Date Location
Thursday 28th September Kim’s beachside Resort
Tuesday 17th October Kim’s beachside Resort
Tuesday 21st November Kim’s beachside Resort

Close for the year commence again January.

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Facilitator

Kim Elkovich – MD /Principal Consultant
Masters in Counselling, MBA, Post GradDip Psychology, BAppSc.

Kim’s corporate career began at 22 years of age working as a sales representative within the pharmaceutical industry. Across 15 years Kim climbed the corporate ladder to hold both national sales and marketing roles. Whilst consulting for the N.S.W. Department of Health in 2006 Kim returned to study.

Ten years later at 45 years of age Kim has combined her clinical grassroots as a health professional with her corporate understanding – running niche wellness programs for organisations. Kim also works as a sessional academic for the University of Newcastle.

Kim’s area of academic interest and PhD focus is employee moral distress and whistle blowing. What factors contribute to a safe and ethical workplace climate and how can we create one?