learnwell workshops and training
Matatau (verb) to know, know well, be proficient, expert at, competent, fluent.
At WorkSpaceIQ we believe that lifelong learning is an essential part of having a fulfilling career and contributes to our overall wellbeing. Our workshops range from developing staff awareness in order to work well, and live well. Workshops cover topics such as, but not limited to,
Setting up your home or work workstation
Keeping well in winter
Self care and Resilience
Understanding Sleep and the impact of poor sleep on work and in life and how to achieve a better nights sleep
Train the trainer workshops in basic workstation assessments
Workshops are evidence and research based and can be bespoke in their design to ensure they meet your needs.
Clinical Supervision / Kaiārahi
WorkSpaceIQ provides clinical and leadership supervision for health professionals to enhance psychological safety, confidence and competence in practice. I draw from and share knowledge, insights and reflections from 18 years’ experience in leadership and management positions and over 25 years of clinical experience to assist you to grow, develop and flourish.
Clinical supervision is provided face to face or long distance, at a time, place or frequency that suits you.
If you have a growing desire to
Explore the possibility of applying for a leadership or management position, or
Have interview coaching for leadership or management positions, or
Be supported in current leadership or management position, or
Explore different ways of working and thinking in your practice, or
Have a reflective supervision approach to strengthen and enhance existing skills and come with a growth mindset,
then I am happy to help.
For information on Clinical Supervision training, see the 'Book' tab for more details on supervision workshops, or click here.
Corporate Psychological Support for Workers
WorkSpaceIQ staff can provide independent wellbeing advice and support to help you and your staff build psychological safety and resilience to help achieve balance, understanding and wellbeing at work and in life.
We pride ourselves on providing individualised, onsite support services facilitated by registered health professionals.
The key to providing effective psychological support to staff is to ensure support is provided early in order to anticipate challenges or barriers which allows time to work through them as they arise. Early intervention minimises the impact on the worker, the workplace, the workers family and our communities.