Nichola JohnstonHead of Strategic Wellbeing Projects
Nichola’s love for content creation, program development and hunting down new and interesting research is unmatched. Her days as the Head of Strategic Wellbeing Projects are spent working with clients to tailor the Centre for Corporate Health programs and content to meet their specific needs. With clients looking to offer more online tools and programs, Nichola heads our team of project managers that work with organisations to develop unique learning experiences and customised content to ensure the end user is engaged and absorbs the keys learning outcomes from any online content created.
“It takes more than just training to shift someone’s behaviour. You have to come in contact with engaging content on the same topic numerous times before you begin to shift your learning from ‘knowing’ to ‘doing’.” Nichola Johnston
Nichola’s love for anything creative has seen her develop her own role within the Centre for Corporate Health where she can work to her unique character strengths.
In recent years Nichola’s love for travelling the world has been replaced by her newest love, being a wife and a mother to a very active little boy.
Vicarious trauma in the workplace is a silent hazard, and it’s on the increase. Traditionally, a risk reserved for industries such as emergency services, the Covid-19 pandemic and the prevalence of natural disasters, has seen vicarious trauma emerge in many different sectors. We are now seeing workers being constantly exposed to other people’s stress and anxiety, grief, loss, and trauma.May 20, 2022
Figuring out our own positive strategies (“our emergency relief kit”) to readily draw upon during tough times can boost our wellbeing and circuit break a downward spiralMay 11, 2022
As hybrid work arrangements become the norm, how then can organisations ensure that their most important asset- their people – stay well, not just physically, but psychologically as well?May 5, 2022