The health and well-being of employees is an important aspect of doing business. Occupational health and safety is not only a legal requirement, it boosts productivity and retention of valuable employees through prioritizing people’s lives both in and out of the workplace.
Naomi collaborates with the United Nations, law firms, financial institutions, government departments, private and public organizations to provide training and consultation services to meet the demands of high stress environments, organizational restructuring and roles requiring skills to respond to distressed clients, including people seeking legal assistance, insurance claims, banks and service industries dealing with customers in hardship.
She will work with you to design training to meet the specific needs and requirements of your organization embedded in integrity and trauma informed awareness and practice.
– Leonard Cohen
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Law Firms, Police and Justice Departments
Financial Institutions, Management, Accountancy and Consultancy Organisation’s
Naomi has been working with Maurice Blackburn since 2014. She provides a range of important services to our employees to help them protect themselves from Vicarious Trauma. This includes training, run both remotely and in person across a broad scope of topics, counselling and debriefs, and emergency trauma support. Naomi is responsive and flexible in her approach and provides these services to an excellent standard of quality.Susan Green, National Learning and Development Manager, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers
"I am writing to convey my sincere appreciation for your work and dedication. As the pandemic announcement was approaching, you immediately answered my call for assistance. This year, we have reached almost 4,000 individuals with wellness activities and training workshops, nearly triple our usual reach. You developed new materials, including support to families dealing with pandemic related stressors; caregivers build skills to provide psychosocial support for COVID patients; raise awareness of domestic violence risks; and stress management of a new normal. These new tools will benefit UN Personnel across the globe throughout the pandemic. Your work has a global impact on our UN Personnel, and I want to thank you again for your efforts and dedication."Dawn Straiton, DNP, MSN, Chief Staff Counsellors’ Office, Department of Operational Support, UNHQ
"A very big thank you for your involvement in our leadership program. While of course changing the culture of financial services is a huge task, it’s through many small interventions and conversations that we can make change, and last week’s conversation had a really big impact for those leaders in the room. We really saw a shift over the week in how each of them was thinking about our customers and understanding the human face and impact of these experiences. We are so grateful that you were willing to partner with us and to help our leaders grow and understand these issues in a different way."Naomi McQuaid, Talent Management, National Australia Bank