Not Suitable For Work

Therapeutic perspectives on critical yet unspoken workplace matters (that matter).

 

When it comes to workplace conversations, we’re encouraged to keep it clean; light, appropriate, thank you very much. Money, politics and religion are an absolute no. And actually, best to keep personal stuff off the table too. It’s simply Not Suitable for Work. Of course it’s terrible that Laura in Accounts has just lost her husband – but it’s not our business. Actually, it is.

 

Our event series, Not Suitable for Work, will shine a light on what has been dismissed, buried and shamed in the workplace.

Not Suitable For Work

We can help facilitate culture change

Whether we want to admit it or not, we bring our full selves to work, each and every day. The good, the bad, the seemingly inappropriate. We know it’s hard to have those conversations – and sometimes it feels easier to say nothing than to say the wrong thing. But the more we ignore or dismiss it, the more we implicitly say that it’s not OK to show vulnerability, weakness or distress here. It’s not OK to be human here.

 

The result is a broken workforce. A broken system. And, as crude as it may sound, a broken bottom line. We’re not doing our people – or our business – any favours by failing to address some of our most human and universal challenges.

Not Suitable For Work
Not Suitable For Work

Humanising the conversation

From addiction, stress, eating disorders, suicide, and parenting, to menopause, grief, living with a diagnosis and many more, we’ll offer therapeutic perspectives on addressing these challenging – yet entirely human – experiences in the workplace.

 

Through our even series ‘Not Suitable For Work’ we’ll share practical tools for leaders and managers, as well as therapeutic support for those facing these issues first-hand.

 

We won’t be holding back – but we will be holding your hand. We’ve got you.

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Not Suitable For Work

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