Thriving Performance Package - PDB1031

Thriving Performance Package

Professional development tailored executive education program

Increase well-being to achieve and sustain peak performance

Led by our team of experts and underpinned by science, these highly interactive workshops and digital experiences are the most high-impact method for activating sustainable behaviour change that increases well-being and productivity for individuals and organisations.

What you'll learn

You'll learn the latest science of belief and habit formation and explore how your own beliefs and paradigms may be limiting your ability to thrive.

Building on this awareness, you'll learn how to immediately start turning limiting beliefs into ones that both increase your well-being and take you to new heights of performance.

Going deeper, you'll engage in exercises and reflections to create new beliefs and habits, and come away with science-backed microsteps - steps too small to fail - you can incorporate into your work and life today.

Thrive Global's Thriving Performance program helps individuals to:

  • Identify limiting mindsets and beliefs
  • Practice reframing techniques
  • Learn the science behind well-being journeys
  • Commit to and track actionable microsteps

The Thriving Performance package includes:

  • 1/2 day Thriving Performance workshop
  • 3 x 40 minute coaching sessions with a qualified coach
  • 12 months access to the Thrive Global Behaviour Change Platform

Who should attend

Our Thriving Performance program is ideal for anyone looking to achieve a greater sense of well-being, identify and reframe their limiting mindsets, and boost their productivity and effectiveness.

At a glance

Date

18 May 2022

Length

Half-day Workshop

Location

Caulfield Campus

Fees

Half-day workshop: $750 or
Half-day workshop, Coaching and Access to the Thrive Global App: $2995

Alumni discounted fees

20%

Carly Moulang

carly moulang

Carly Moulang is an Associate Professor at Monash University with over 20 years experience in Higher Education. She holds a PhD from Monash Business School and Graduate Diploma in Psychology from Monash University. Carly conducts multidisciplinary research and is passionate about incorporating psychological research within business disciplines, with particular interests in well-being, psychological capital, burnout, creativity, decision-making, whistleblowing, performance management and superannuation research.

Carly’s research has been widely disseminated via television, documentaries, podcasts, radio interviews and news articles. Her work broadly contributes towards achieving better retirement, performance and mental-health outcomes for women.