• Review our White Paper for HR professionals on establishing an effective coaching program for your organisation
  • PB Performance and Development is a member of the International Working With Resilience Network, a consortium of practitioners and researchers with a professional interest in workplace resilience. Jo’s resilience article was recently published on the network’s content and resource platform  Resilience.TV. Read the post Resilience Right Now
  • Jo Saies was recently invited to contribute to an article examining 2020 leadership development challenges in the Australian Human Resources Institute’s HRM Magazine. Read the article Leadership Development Challenges of 2020.
  • Read our comments on performance management featured in the BRW article How Poorly Handled Employee Performance Reviews Damage an Organisation ‘Almost Every Time’
  • Jo Saies was interviewed by The Fifth Estate business publication about the impact of staff well-being on bottom line business results. Read the article here.
  • International Happiness Day is celebrated on March 21st each year.  Click here to listen to an excerpt from a talk by Jo Saies on happiness and career choices for a National telesummit delivering workshops around the theme of happiness and well-being for International Happiness Day. The telesummit featured experts in the Positive Psychology field from around Australia including Dr. Tim Sharp from The Happiness Institute.
  • ATO National Learning and Development Staff Expo ‘Taking Charge of Your Career’
    You can view Jo’s presentation here.
  • Listen to Jo coaching here

Training and Keynote Presentations

Jo Saies is available to deliver the following keynote presentations:

Being Your Personal Best

Happy Hour – Flourishing with Positive Psychology in Life and Work

Take Charge of Your Career

Resilience – a personal and professional perspective

Face-to-face training programs are also available.

Want to talk about what we can do for you or your organisation? Let’s discuss solutions together. Call Jo on 0412 319 394 or email via the enquiry form to arrange a no-obligation phone conversation.