Employee weLLBEING
sessions

While presenting a corporate session for employees, we asked the organiser:

'Wellness programs are usually about mental or physical health, why did you choose cyber safety?'

She replied-

"Because staff are parents. And their children's' online safety was consuming the minds of all parents in our office."

employee wellness programs- supporting the needs of parents and families

The wellbeing of employees is at the pillar of developing positive team culture and efficiency. Employee wellness programs have become increasingly utilised in the corporate sector after research findings supported the effectiveness of staff wellbeing initiatives in supporting morale and staff retention.

Supporting the wellbeing of staff not only involves attention to the other factors that feed in to these things. Particularly for staff who are parents, understanding that their children's wellbeing influences their mental health and stress levels as parents.

Technology has exploded in the households of all Australian families. Cyber safety, balancing screen time and cyber bullying are ever-present concerns expressed by parents. While managing their technology use is a daily challenge, most parents lack the confidence and knowledge to manage it effectively. Conversations and horror stories of cyber safety issues often enter into the workplace, with employees seeking guidance and advice from other staff who, whilst also bewildered themselves, share the similar digital challenges in their own homes.

Our sessions have been designed to help parents feel empowered about an area that constantly effects their lives, and to provide practical strategies to manage the challenging and ever-evolving area of children and technology.

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Our Sessions

Our cutting-edge sessions are designed to address fundamental cyber safety and wellbeing topics that are affecting Australian employees and businesses. We aim to influence positive changes in tech-related behaviours, empower employees to support their own digital wellbeing, and help corporate organisations boost productivity via the promotion of healthy cyber practices. 

what we topics offer

How psychological tricks are exploiting our attention and what we can do to harness our tech-behaviour to improve productivity.

Smartphones and mobile applications are constantly vying for the attention of consumers, bringing us into a new era termed the ‘attention economy’. Many of us have become unknowing victims to constant beck and call of our technology, which is impacting our sleep, mental health and professional productivity.

Research indicates the majority of us are in a state of ‘conscious partial attention,” where our functionality is impacted by our brain’s drive to consume the information contained on our devices. The addictive qualities of these devices are impacting the bottom-dollar for corporate organisations, with staff productivity being derailed by our constant split attention, and tech-based burn out. 

This session exposes the psychological tricks used to exploit our attention and wellbeing, and offers practical tips that can boost productivity, promote focus and encourage online wellbeing.

Addressing the parenting digital dilemma- how do I keep my kids safe online? 

While presenting a corporate session for employees, we asked the organiser:

'Wellness programs are usually about mental or physical health, why did you choose cyber safety?'

She replied-

"Because staff are parents. And their children's' online safety was consuming the minds of all parents in our office."

Cyber safety, balancing screen time and cyber bullying are ever-present concerns expressed by parents. While parents recognise managing their child’s technology use is fundamental for their safety and wellbeing, most lack the confidence and knowledge to manage it effectively.

Developed with an appreciation of the complexities of parenting in the digital age, this session provides parents with realistic and digestible online safety information. We deliver strategy-rich and practical content that can be implemented immediately to promote safer online environments for children.

Harnessing the power of employee online reputations in bolstering company brand.

It’s fairly straightforward to track and control static information (company name, contact details, services) but when people come into the mix, things become infinitely more complicated. In this now ‘wiredly’ connected world, the reputations of employees and the company are no longer mutually exclusive.

Social media has broadened the power of the employee voice, with consumers no longer just engaging with the company, but the individual staff in its employ. The online activities of employees now represents the new world paradigm, where staff online activities have become the frontline of public relations, marketing and customer service.

In this session, we put employees in the driver’s seat, harnessing the power of their own online brand. By maximising the power of their online reputations and mitigating potentially damaging online reputational risks, we help companies capitalise on the talent economy of their employees and their executive in championing their company brand.

Starting with staff- Promoting personal cyber intelligence to mitigate cyber safety risks

Information and communication technologies have become essential for organisations and individuals to maintain high levels of productivity. The adoption of these technologies comes with a plethora of cyber safety risks and threats to the confidentiality and integrity of personal and organisational data.

Research indicates that personal cyber safety practices are positively correlated with maintaining healthy cybersecurity practices in the workplace. Cyber literacy and intelligence are central to cyber threat mitigation. Evidence now demonstrates that workplace buy-in regarding cyber security practices starts with the adoption of cyber safety practices in the home. 

This session couples psychological research and real-world anecdotes to engage and upskill employees in the crucial matter of their personal online safety. Attendees are provided with practical, easy-to-implement strategies that support proactive cyber safety practices in both personal and professional contexts

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what ELSE we PROVIDE

We know that organisations come in many shapes and sizes. We offer a variety of services to cater for the needs of all organisations, and are designed to directly address the needs of parents.

ONLINE CONTENT HUB

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The online content hub hosts information from our experts about important cyber safety topics such as gaming, screen time and social media. The hub also contains information about broader parenting topics such as mental health and managing stress. These video series contain interviews with nationally-recognised leaders in their fields. The online content hub can be white labeled to the organisation and accessed remotely by staff.

INFORMATION SECURITY AWANRESS ASSESSMENT

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This service provides organisations with evidence to quantify human-based information security vulnerabilities and facilitate the development of targeted upskilling programs.

The assessment includes:
Development of a customised phishing simulation to track staff engagement and awareness of cyber security threats; 
Our research-based information security awareness questionnaire, which determines how your organisation’s information security awareness compares to the broader Australian workforce and identify risks associated with staff cyber security knowledge, attitude and behaviours; 
Development of a comprehensive report outlining the results and findings arising from the phishing simulation and information security awareness questionnaire, reporting strengths, areas for improvement, and strategies to address shortcomings in staff infosec knowledge, attitudes and behaviors.  

PARENTAL CONTROL TOOLS

OPTIONAL ADD-ON

Staff are provided with access to their own personal cyber safety parental control tool. This tool allows parents to manage their children's devices, including blocking inappropriate social media, setting screen time schedules and receive insights on what social media or gaming apps are appropriate for children of certain ages. This tool can be used to manage all devices including phones, tablets, computers and gaming consoles. 

" -Her presentation culminated in the most positive feedback we have ever had from any external speaker that has fronted our staff."
Nicole Kidd, Managing Director | RBC Captial Markets

Hear what other staff think about our sessions.

"A quick email to say thanks so much for the Cyber event. What a practical, informative and engaging presentation. I don’t think I’ve ever been so impressed by a speaker – Jordan was spectacular. My son is only little so I know the rules in the online space with change 15 times before I have to worry too much, but I will be following ySafe closely to keep up with the trends. The online resources look amazing."

staff member, PARENTING AND FAMILY INFORMATION GROUP - CHEVRON

"''Yas came to speak to our staff about cyber safety and parenting in the digital age. She spoke in a way that clearly crossed the divide between parents and kids, made us understand what it is like to grow up in a world where devices are the norm, and appreciate the enormous issues around peer pressure and youth mental health. Her presentation culminated in the most positive feedback we have ever had from any external speaker that has fronted our staff."

NICOLE KIDD, MANAGING DIRECTOR - RBC CAPITAL MARKETS

""It was an excellent session and I am very thankful that it was held. Thanks very much! As the mother of a teenage son and an IT dinosaur!! - I found the session invaluable – absolutely resonated with me."

STAFF MEMBER, PARENTING AND FAMILY INFORMATION GROUP - CHEVRON
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