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Workplaces are becoming increasing complex and it is impacting our mental health. In this free webinar learn simple strategies to untangle!

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Even without a global pandemic, our world is complex.... so now, well, let's just say it's pretty tangled. In response to change and uncertainty we have seen organisations restructure, change tact, and develop new ways of working.

This can be constructive, however, in most cases, instead of simplifying the workplace, we see organisations do the exact opposite. For example, by adding more tasks, procedures and systems without taking any away. Job demands continue to rise whole job roles become less clear, and a reactive approach takes hold. By default, this creates a workplace culture that hinders employee mental health, productivity and even innovation.

The solution is well… simple!

Join this free one-hour webinar held on 3 December 9am AEDT and learn simple strategies to untangle from workplace complexity.

We will share with you our framework to identify root causes of complexity, and grant you access to the Simplify App – your roadmap towards simplification.

Project Simplify, is funded by WorkSafe Victoria and aims to prevent mental health issues at work through effective workplace design. The team are working in partnership with Charles Darwin University, Benny Button, MTM, Geelong Ports and Jemena. Participants of this project are part of a vulnerable population of workers, at the frontline of their industry that get exposed to trauma events, such as network and train controllers, signallers, and delivery drivers.

Find out more about the project here: www.projectsimplify.com.au

This will be an interactive facilitated session by Doctor Nicholas Duck and Ashleigh Fleming.

Nick is the founder and director of a specialist consultancy called Opposite that designs intuitive, human-centric solutions for clients. Nick has worked for 12 years across industries in transport, energy, construction, government and not-for-profit as an Organisational Psychologist. He has a wide range of experience in the areas of business improvement, experience design, Human Factors, strategy, innovation, policy development, and safety.

Ashleigh Fleming is a senior consultant at Opposite with a background in wellbeing, diversity & inclusion, learning & development and user centred design. Previous experience includes Senior Organisational Development Consultant at the Australian Red Cross Blood Service and DuluxGroup. She is co-author of a book called ‘Success at University: What they Haven’t Told you’, and is passionate about improving mental health in the workplace.

If you have questions please contact us at hello@opposite.com.au


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