How safe and supportive is your change environment?
Are you experiencing ...
Our skillsets and toolsets can help your leaders and change practitioners understand and manage these common psychosocial hazards
Few opportunities for team connection
Time pressure to complete the change
Lack of resources
An expectation of out of hours contact
Low contact time with leaders
Excessive monitoring of WFM teams
Limited or no feedback or performance discussions
Meaningless recognition and reward
Change failure leading to unresolved issues or concerns
How we help you build a scaffold of support for change to thrive
While the legislative imperative to create a safe and supportive workplace is here, Timbs and Co have always worked with organisations keen to build strong systems of care and support, beyond cookie cutter change approaches.
We're qualified in WHS, as well as Change to ensure you have expert support and knowledge on your side.
Our solutions provide:
a practical (but easy to understand and implement) knowledge of the legislative landscape
support for both your leaders and your change team in assessing and managing psychosocial hazards at the crucial time of change
practical learning, guides and tools to start using today
Why safe and supportive change matters to everyone
Thriving employees are more proactive. They identify new opportunities, take action and bring about meaningful change in their environment
Source: Bakker, A. B., Demerouti, E., Sanz-Vergel, A. I. (2014). Burnout and work engagement: The JD-R Approach. Annual Review of Organisational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, 1, 389-141.
Mental disorders result in lost productivity costs of
nationally each year.
Source: PwC. (2014).Creating a mentally healthy workplace: Return on investment analysis.
91% of surveyed Australian employees believe that mental health in the workplace is important (88% believe physical safety is important). Despite this, only 52% of employees believe their workplace is mentally healthy.