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We’ve probably all got friends that bottle things up and if we’re honest, we probably all do it ourselves. We’re often too scared to share what we’re feeling and make so many different excuses to ourselves for not. They don’t care, I would look stupid, this isn’t the time for that, there are more important things to talk about…We are losing people every day because they’re not talking about what really matters. 

At Let’s Talk we believe that the more you talk about things that really worry you, the easier they get. Let’s Talk was founded to remind people that we’re all struggling. However, through talking, listening, learning and sharing everyone benefits. Perhaps one of the most difficult places to do this is the workplace. At work you’re not necessarily around friends and rarely family. Workplaces are created for efficiency and performance. With all that technology and capitalism, it’s hardly surprising these places can become less than hospitable and not a place to be letting you guard down. 

Mental health decline in the workplace permeates outside into homes and communities. Let’s Talk wants to concentrate on this and try to improve it. We take a systematic approach to finding things in the workplace that impact your wellbeing and reducing them. Talking is critical, so is listening to others, but then you also need to learn and change. Business needs to learn and change. We all understand that an organisation is only as good as the people that run it, but perhaps the people that run organisations have forgotten to look after themselves and those around them first to succeed commercially.

Let’s Talk founders are dedicated to improving the health & wellness of as many people as possible. We partner with leading experts in many areas including neuroscience, behavioural change, psychology and sleep science to ensure that Let’s Talk offers the most up to date information available.

 

 

Founders

Stephen Humphris

Steve has spent much of his career exploring ways to apply risk management methodologies to improve business performance. In this time he has founded, led, and supported several businesses that adopted risk-based approaches to prioritise health initiatives. More recently, Steve has turned his attention to using risk management to help fight for mental health.

James Cotton

James Cotton is an impact entrepreneur using technology to help people and the planet, originally founding CMO Software which grew to become one of the leading risk and compliance software companies globally.

Nathan Buckley

Nathan Buckley is a leading Australian sportsman, coaching and captaining Collingwood Football Club for many years. Nathan won the Brownlow Medal and Norm Smith Medal, two of the most prestigious awards in Australian Football. Since retiring from coaching, Nathan has embarked on a mission to break down the stigma associated with mental health in the workplace, encouraging better leadership through education and supportive communication.

Hamish McLachlan

Hamish is best known as a leading Australian sports broadcaster and host, however he also has a passion for helping others live their best lives. Let’s Talk presents a selection of Hamish’s interviews with well know sports leaders such as Ash Barty, Majak Daw and Harry Garside. They discuss their respective health & wellness challenges, providing some incredible, and often emotional, insights into their journeys.

Advisory Board

Kelly Windle

Kelly is a future of work expert, speaker and psychologist. She works with some of the world’s leading organisations to improve capability, expand their capacity and elevate for an extraordinary future. Kelly brings a unique combination of psychological and socio-economic insights to Let’s Talk.

Dr Hannah Macdougall

Dr Hannah Macdougall is an elite Para-athlete. She is a dual Paralympian and bronze medalist, an inclusion advocate, and has completed a PhD in Wellbeing. Hannah draws on her experience as a top athlete and the latest research evidence to grow communities’ wellbeing and enhance their mental and physical health.

Cameron Stevens

Cameron Stevens is a technologist and a chartered health and safety professional. Cameron transforms human & organisational performance in high risk industries with a combination of cutting-edge technology, human centred design, creative thinking & scientific method.

Jessica Liley

Jessica, a seasoned professional in employment law and human resources, possesses a practical, commercially astute mindset. With over 15 years of experience in her field, she’s a master at advising on workplace dynamics, employee engagement, and diversity, and is well-versed in fostering positive cultures. Notably, Jessica has expanded her skill set into the realm of filmmaking, showcasing her diverse talents.

Nick Reilly

Nick is a qualified financial planner and CEO of one of Melbourne’s most recognised financial services businesses. With a passion for leadership and promoting financial wellbeing, Nick has combined these two passions to build a team of successful financial experts. Nick has built his organisation by fostering a collaborative, empowering and safe work environment, resulting in team members contributing their best efforts toward a common goal.

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