Monash University and Thrive Global join forces

Together we will address mental well-being, and help drive performance and productivity in organisations across the Asia-Pacific region. This new partnership, known as Thrive Global Asia Pacific (APAC), will open doors for business and industry in the Asia-Pacific region to harness the world-renowned expertise of Thrive Global and Monash University to improve the mental wellbeing of their employees.

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Our approach to what we do

We help your people build mental resilience, improve their well-being, and increase productivity.

Operating in over 40+ countries our programs draw upon the latest in science, storytelling and exceptional user experience to drive lasting healthy habits.

Our effective programs — both live and digital — scale your entire workforce while providing tools for sustainable behaviour change.


Our Platform

Our Behaviour Change Platform is like having a resilience and well-being coach in your people’s pocket. Through AI and machine learning we create an engaging personalised experience that helps to move people from awareness to action.

The Thrive Platform allows for a measurable and flexible approach in addressing organisations unique needs. Choose from any of the below six Thrive programs and track the insights as employees engage through aggregated data for how you could improve the resilience of your organisation.

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Thrive’s Platform delivers a comprehensive, personalised experience that moves people from awareness to action

Thrive Dashboard

The Thrive Mental Resilience Dashboard provides a first-of-its-kind, holistic view into the well-being and resilience of an organisation.
It collates data from Thrive’s products — Microstep & Reset activity,
self-assessments, and other information from our key journeys of Recharge, Fuel, Focus and Connect. 

Company leaders can see their ThriveScore and their BurnoutRisk, calculated by our proprietary algorithms, that serve as leading indicators of organisational culture, performance, attrition, and more. 


Our Partners

Thrive Global is helping the world’s leading enterprises and their people build healthy habits through inspirational storytelling and actionable Microsteps to help navigate this challenging time with less stress and greater resilience.

Scientific Advisory Board

We partner with the leading global experts in areas ranging from neuroscience to behaviour change to psychology and sleep to ensure everything we do is deeply rooted in the latest science.

Lloyd B. Minor, M.D.

Dean of the School of Medicine,
Stanford University

Michelle A. Williams, Sc.D

Dean of the Harvard T.H. Chan
School of Public Health

Charles A. Czeisler, Ph.D., M.D.

Director of Division of Sleep Medicine
Harvard Medical School

Susan David, Ph.D.

Psychologist, Co-Founder of the Institute of Coaching
McLean/Harvard Medical School

David B. Agus, M.D.

Professor of Medicine & Engineering
University of Southern California

Richard Davidson, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology & Psychiatry
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Jennifer Aker, Ph.D.

Professor of Marketing, Stanford
Graduate School of Business

Ali Rezai, M.D.

Executive Chair, VP and Associate Dean of Neuroscience
West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute

Industry Advisory Board

Thrive Global Asia Pacific’s Industry Advisory Board comprises a group of senior business leaders that see employee wellbeing as a business and human imperative. Membership is by invitation only and members serve as a reference point to inform our program and research agendas to ensure they are relevant to organisations within our region and are impactful. They provide advocacy, strategic links and industry input.

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