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Radio Show #433: How do we Navigate this Workplace Mental Unhealth Epidemic?

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Special Guest: Maria Paviour: Founder of Cari (Workplace Wellbeing & Performance Platform) & NeuChem Coaching Model

The wellbeing at work data from before Covid showed that only 1/3 of us were healthy at work. Since Covid, 75% of people who are turning up at work are not well. Covid has made an existing problem much worse. So, what is the answer? Work was already making people ill, so we need to use the Wellbeing Economy Alliance’s concept and ‘build back better’.

This discussion is to review how different organisations are finding ways to make the world a better and healthier place. We will discuss some key concepts behind improving overall business success by starting with having fully functioning humans.

As a registered occupational psychologist and neuroscience specialist, Maria has always focused on wellbeing and performance at work. Over the past 25 years, she has combined this with her background in Human-Machine Interaction, in developing psycho-technology and in developing an AI software-as-a-service (AIaaS) wellbeing platform for HR. 

Maria strategically applies neuroscience in organisations to unlock human capability, achieve holistic goals and drive sustainability and social justice. She is also very passionate about supporting neurodiverse women, especially in STEM, and promoting the inclusivity agenda. Ultimately her goal is to work with organisations where she can help to change the narrative by putting wellbeing at the core of their culture so that it can maximise performance beyond best expectations in all domains, not just finance.

Join us as we discuss how to change the narrative by putting wellbeing at the core of the workplace culture.

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Host: Jo Moffatt

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