Online, live and interactive Mental Health series for your company or team.

We produce live online "60-minute" Mental Health (Brown Bag / Lunch & Learn) series of 4/6/10 sessions to develop teams, leaders, talents and entire workforces around the globe. 

Our clients choose their own expert sessions, curated by Leqture. Our portfolio consists of over 200 live interactive sessions held by a group of diverse experts.

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How Does it Work?

1. Choose your plan: 4/6/10 sessions
2. Share your company values, goals and needs with our team

Once that is done, you will receive a session proposal and you can choose the right sessions for your people. When that is all decided, you can share your branding wishes, choice of conferencing tooling and session dates. You'll then receive the invite & meeting link.

Now you can start inviting your team.
Finally, sit back, relax and enjoy your workforce being inspired by our experts

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Would you like to have more information about our learning & development Leqtures? Interested in booking a series of sessions to inspire your team? Schedule a call with Micha for more info.



Mental Health Sessions to Educate & Inspire

Pick from over 200 inspirational sessions


Your Brain at Work

If you want to change results, you'll need to change behaviour.  If you want to change behaviour, you'll need to change the MIND. In this energising, high-octane session, Dr T will share easy-to-action practical top tips to help individuals, teams and your organisation optimise their mind and performance in current times. In this session, you will:

1) learn ways to enhance your energy through a positive view of the past, present and future

2) gauge your wellness levels using Dr T SWANS scale

3) improve your clarity on where you should place your focus - ‘control the controllables’

4) learn about the multi-tasking fallacy in order to hone your productivity 

5) learn a technique to help maintain your motivation level more consistently throughout the year


Building Connections and Wellbeing

phone a friend

It’s ok not to be ok