Want to arm your Leaders with practical advice on creating a culture of well-being?
Although CEO’s and senior leaders set the culture of an organization, no one sets the cultural tone quite like your direct supervisor. They are the ones that help or hinder your career growth, create positive or negative stress in your life and influence the immediate work environment.
Research has shown when managers care more about their employees, their employees care more about the company. This can result in lower absenteeism, greater productivity, higher profitability and higher customer satisfaction.
You can’t rely on well-being to be an initiative that rests on the shoulders of HR. Organizations looking to create a culture of well-being need to let it permeate into the nooks and crannies of the company.
The Guide includes:
- The dimensions of well-being
- A Healthy Code of Conduct Worksheet: a way to create “rules of engagement” on how the team will create a culture of well-being.
- How to build a team that can thrive in the presence of stress
- Team Activities
- Health & Wellness Resources
- A Daily Worksheet individual team members can use to reflect on their behaviors, emotions and mental state.
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- 067: Cracking the Code of Healthy Habits with Andrew Sykes, CEO of Habits at Work - October 18, 2017
- 066: George Mason University’s Fresh Approach to Well-being and Resilience with Mark Thurston - October 12, 2017
- 065: So You Want to be a Wellness Consultant: Panel Discussion with Laura Putnam, Rosie Ward and Brian Passon - October 4, 2017