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How to Thrive - A practical guide to happiness - Marie McLeod

Monday 26 February 2024



Initial session (online only) Tuesday 12th March 2024

Follow up session (in person & online) Tuesday 26th March 2024


How to Thrive 101 is an innovative, evidence-based program designed for employees who are currently experiencing, or are at risk of, mental health challenges in the workplace. The program uses a blended learning approach, grounded in the science of wellbeing with a focus on individuals learning and applying tools for thriving. Designed to enhance well-being and mitigate ill-being, the program combines self guided eLearning with live sessions for accountability, this approach has been tried, tested, and evaluated by Prof Peggy Kern from The University of Melbourne.


During this session, you'll hear directly from the program's founder, Marie McLeod, who serves as the Director of Wellbeing Innovation at Thrive Ability. How to Thrive is built on the BEACON framework (Belonging, Engagement, Accountability, Compassion, Optimsm & Nurture), as featured in the award winning ‘How to Thrive’ documentary. 


Currently used in leading corporations and government, the program has proven its effectiveness with employees, regardless of where they are on the mental health continuum.


Don't miss this opportunity to explore How to Thrive 101, understand its evidence-based approach, and learn how it's making a positive impact in various professional settings including return to work.


Secure your spot for this informative session today. We look forward to having you with us on this journey toward thriving.


Speaker Bio:

Marie McLeod

Marie is the Director of Wellbeing Innovation at Thrive Ability and presenter in the award winning documentary ‘How to Thrive’ - where she takes on 7 participants with mental health challenges through a transformative wellbeing journey.


With her unique brand of no-nonsense yet compassionate coaching that gets to the heart of the problem, Marie combines an encyclopaedic knowledge of the science of wellbeing with her years of practical application.


Her award winning programs have delivered measurable, life-changing transformation for people and organisations alike. Marie is qualified in social work, positive psychology and adult education.