Don’t climb a tree to look for a fish: the risks of inexperienced wellbeing personnel are substantially higher than leaders realise.
One of the biggest and most common mistakes organisations make when embarking on a fresh workplace wellbeing initiative is to put the wrong people at the helm. Many organisations enable wellbeing to become absorbed as a function within the HR team because they’ve made the incorrect assumption that the professionals looking after the people side […]
The great resignation has been attributed to many factors, but at the heart of all of them is wellbeing. People simply want a better quality of life, and they increasingly understand that isn’t coming from a bigger pay check, longer hours at work, and placing their fate in the hands of a few people operating […]
One of the greatest challenges to implementing workplace wellbeing activities is enticing employees to participate.1 If this sounds familiar, you are not alone. Britain’s Healthiest Workplace 2021 Workplace Wellbeing survey found that just 22% of employees know about the wellbeing supports that were available to them and less than a third of those who are […]
Rethinking the value of time to our organizations Of all the factors that influence the performance and health of organizations and employees alike, our use of time is both the most holistically impactful and the most frequently overlooked. In this article, I will present my perspective on how our relationship between the concepts of time […]