This is marathon, not a sprint. Leaders must remember to manage their inner resources in a sustainable way.
As new technologies and the new normal challenge many areas of wellbeing: physical, psychological and relational, taking care of our own wellbeing has become a key leadership competency. Wellbeing leadership is about leading for sustainable wellbeing in both teams and organizations. As human needs have evolved in the context of our current volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environment, leaders have organically become co-creators of new work cultures.
Here’s what you can do to enhance your wellbeing leadership skills:
As a business strategy wellbeing needs to embrace such trends in management as agility, co- creation, ongoing feed-back and continuous improvement.
As companies struggle with engagement rates and proving the value of wellbeing through proper Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), the business environment is evolving with agility. Methods used in the management of wellbeing also need to evolve. What’s required is more agility, co-creation, ongoing feed-back and continuous improvement. Tapping into your audience’s true needs and engaging them in co-creation are keys to creating successful organizational wellbeing programs.
Here are some key ideas about organizational wellbeing:
Here are some key ideas about personal wellbeing:
Creating supportive work cultures serves as an enabling factor for individual wellbeing.
As a business person you understand the power of leveraging the investment of your resources. From a systems’ perspective investing in organizational culture leverages the allocation of your resources in organizational health and wellbeing. Fostering cultural support for wellbeing elevates the effectiveness of your efforts aimed at educating your workforce and supporting them in change processes. Moreover it creates more consistency in the day-to-day employee experience.
Here’s what you can do to begin a culture change process: