Book Your Coaching Calls To Design Your Mental Wellbeing Project
As the chosen training provider for the Business Victoria Mental Wellbeing of Business Communities Grants Program, our team at The Wellbeing Lab is here to help you easily, effectively and enjoyably prepare your community-led mental wellbeing project plan so you can receive your $15,000 grant.
As noted in your grant agreement, when you submit your mental wellbeing project plan it must be accompanied by a letter of recommendation from one of our workplace wellbeing coaches.
To help you develop your project plan and secure this letter, your grant provides up to twelve hours of coaching support for your nominated representatives. Once you receive your grant funds, any remaining coaching hours can also be used to help guide your implementation and prepare your final report for the department.
Based on your business domain we’ve hand picked a wonderful coach to support you every step of the way. They’re here to set you up for success and support you to squeeze all you can out of this opportunity. To ensure that you are able to select the dates and coaching times that suit your project and call time preferences, we strongly recommend booking your calls now. You can book one call today to get started or all twelve coaching calls at once if you wish.
Let’s find the coaching call times that work best for you.
As noted, your project plan must be accompanied by a letter of recommendation from one of our wellbeing coaches. For this reason, we strongly recommend that you book at least four coaching calls. For example:
- Call 1: Explore potential mental wellbeing project ideas
- Call 2: Begin designing your mental wellbeing project
- Call 3: Help to finalise the design for your mental wellbeing project plan
- Call 4: Review your final project plan to provide the letter of recommendation
However, you have up to twelve hours of coaching support available for your group of nominated representatives so please book as many calls as you need.
You can reschedule or cancel your coaching calls if needed. And, if you still have coaching hours left over you can add more coaching calls later.
Just don’t forget that your project plan must be submitted to the department by June 15 and your final report by August 31.
Meet Your Coach: Michelle Etheve
Michelle specialises in helping people to create purposeful, strengths-based changes at the ‘me’ (individual), ‘we’ (leader and teams), and ‘us’ (workplaces and whole-of school) levels. With a Master of Science in Coaching Psychology from Sydney University, postgraduate studies in Positive Psychology and Education, and experience utilising Appreciative Inquiry and Human-Centred Design, Michelle is able to draw from and blend a variety of perspectives of the human experience to truly help people develop themselves and those they support. Michelle has designed and led wellbeing workshops and appreciative inquiry change experiences for businesses and business communities around the world. Sought around the world for her playful approach to translating cutting-edge research in positive psychology and neuroscience into practical actions, Michelle McQuaid (Ph.D, MAPP). is a senior fellow at the University of Melbourne’s Center for Wellbeing.
If you would like to reach your coach directly please use the following details:
m: +61 0402909883
Please select the type of call you would like to book in with Michelle below to start the booking process: