Wellbeing is a measure of how someone feels about themselves and their life. The better someone feels about themselves, the more satisfied they will be. If your workforce feels generally good about their health and emotional state, they will be more satisfied within themselves. This will then translate into greater satisfaction with their work.
If workplace wellbeing is not addressed, your workforce may feel dissatisfied, undervalued, demotivated, prone to ill-health, overwhelmed and unable to work to the best of their ability. This will have flow on effects for productivity, engagement, culture and overall organisational wellbeing. It makes good business sense to take a proactive approach to organisational health by developing a robust workplace wellbeing program.
Whilst there are many ways to improve the well being of your workforce including Yoga classes, Fruit bowls, social activities etc Human Interactions focuses on two important areas of wellbeing. 1. Building strong relationships in the workplace and 2. Discovering and applying individual Character strengths.
1. Building Realationships
Harvard Business Review wrote recently about the importance of strong relationships, both professionally and personally, and how they can increase employee well being. Using scientific diagnostics we have you team understand their own behaviour, understand their peers behaviour and then develop strategies to build strong relationships within the team and the organisation.
2. Character Strengths
Character Strengths are the positive parts of your personality that impact how you think, feel and behave. Scientists have identified 24 character strengths that you have the capacity to express. By taking the free VIA Survey you will discover your unique character strengths profile. Knowing and applying your highest character strengths is the key to you being your best self and encouraging your team to be their best self.
Character strengths are different than your other personal strengths, such as your unique skills, talents, interests and resources, because they reflect the "real" you—who you are at your core. Every individual possesses Character strengths are different than your other personal strengths, such as your unique skills, talents, interests and resources, because they reflect the "real" you—who you are at your core. Every individual possesses all 24 character strengths in different degrees, giving each person a unique character strengths profile.
Workers who use four or more of their signature strengths at work have more positive work experiences and report their work is a calling in their life.