The City of Greater Dandenong recently engaged Cris Popp to undertake a workshop for Council’s management team on Personal and Team Resilience.
Cris was able to easily connect with and engage our management group of approximately 30.
The success of this workshop was evident from the smiles on people’s faces, over the following weeks, when asked “did you find the workshop useful?”
This was an engaging event with lasting impact and I recommend Cris Popp for similar training and professional development work.
— John Bennie, Chief Executive Officer, City of Greater Dandenong

I went to Cris’ workshop on Resilience at Work. I think anyone attending the workshop would definitely find something to take away, whether it be carefully selected videos, motivational techniques, stress management techniques, analogies or meditation techniques. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to beat the stress at work and stay a step ahead.
— Amar Kamboj, Senior Business Analyst, WorkSafe Business Technology, IT Shared Solutions

Cris Popp of Workplace Wellbeing facilitated a workshop on resilience for WRISC Family Violence Support Service on 15 October 2008. Cris’ engaging style combined with his sound theoretical understanding of the topic meant the information delivered was both accessible and thought-provoking. The workshop was helpful and enjoyable.
It inspired WRISC staff to adopt a number of resilience supporting strategies as part of their work practice. The strategies suggested are practical and easy to implement. Positive outcomes experienced include greater understanding of the way we function as a team, improved work-life balance and reduced stress.
Cris tailored the workshop to meet our needs and was available for follow up advice post workshop. The manual and handouts provided have assisted us to further develop our skills.
I’d recommend the workshop to organisations wanting to increase individual and workplace resilience, to build stronger teams and, importantly, to have fun.
— Lynden Baxter, Program Manager, WRISC Family Violence Support

It was an inspirational and thought provoking session which provided plenty of information and interactive learning. Participants felt energised and determined to draw on their newly recognised skills both in their work and personal lives. Cris is a fun and engaging presenter who shares his knowledge genuinely and passionately with his audience. Lots of positive comments and smiling faces confirmed that it was a worthwhile addition to the OH&S Week activities.
— Kate Messenger, Human Resources, Department of Innovation, Industry & Regional Development