Mantle Executive is a specialised service for executives of all genders across all workplaces. At Mantle we recognise and understand that a position of leadership doesn’t come with immunity from workplace stressors, situational stress, and other mental health challenges. In fact, the psychological toll of leadership can be significant and something that leaders often feel burdened to tackle alone. And frankly, most of the traditional tertiary & crisis-oriented employee wellbeing and assistance approaches are simply not up to the job.
At Mantle, our team of experienced senior psychologists have extensive expertise working with leaders and supporting those in executive functions long term. We understand that executives are time poor, often dealing with complex issues and need support at times outside of traditional working hours.
Our executive coaching services, provided by our team of psychologists and delivered via our secure, virtual platform can assist with performance, occupational, lifestyle, relationship, psychological and personal challenges. Importantly, our specialist psychologists also understand psychosocial systems that exist within all workplaces and how to unpack and then influence the organisational barriers and psychosocial hazards impacting mental health and performance.
Wherever you are across Australia or abroad, if you personally are looking for a discreet and specialised coaching service that understands executive mental health and wellbeing, please click on the book a time button to see who’s available to assist. If you would like to learn more about how our services and programs can support the executives in your organisation, please provide some details on the enquiry form. Our CEO, Dr Dave Anthony, will get in touch with you within 1 business day to talk about how Mantle can help.
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