Learn how to thrive with stress, not just survive it!
After an engaging keynote presentation at the 2019 Leaders Forum conference, Alison is now available to ADIA members for keynotes, workshops or one-on-one sessions. Join other ADIA members who have benefited from Alison’s training sessions and create a thriving culture in your company.
What is stress costing your business?
Stress is one of the biggest threats facing the health & wellbeing, performance and longevity of the Australian workforce.
“95 percent of human resource leaders say that employee burnout is sabotaging their workforce.”
— Kronos Incorporated and Future Workplace
“Stress-related presenteeism and absenteeism are costing the Australian economy $14.81 billion a year.”
In professional environments, it is not realistic to eliminate stress nor, in many instances, even reduce it. Stress goes hand in hand with completing meaningful and challenging work and sending the message that the only way (or best way) to manage stress is to reduce it, sets our people up for failure and disappointment.
ADIA members receive a 20% discount off Alison’s regular fees across the following services:
For further information or to book please contact Alison Earl at www.alisonearl.com/contact
Empowering people and companies to grow their potential
Human behaviour, and how it rarely makes sense, has always fascinated me.
Throughout my career, I’ve had the privilege to partner with leading health and lifestyle companies, in addition to some of the most brilliant academic minds, to understand why people do what they do, why they don’t do other things and how to empower breakthrough change in health, career and life.
I’ve worked as a researcher strategist and positive psychology practitioner around the globe. I’m a Behavioural Strategist with Burns Group, a NYC based brand transformation agency, and am the founder of BG Hatch, a think tank dedicated to solving the most complex problems in behaviour change, which brings together the leading academic and commercial minds.
Through BG Hatch I lead an ongoing collaboration with the Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and am a repeat guest lecturer in HSPH Behavioural Economics class for the Public Health Masters, where my geeky side gets to shine through.