The United Nations is giving equal focus to the wellness of community, with Gross National Happiness = Gross Domestic Product. With the COVID19 pandemic, leaders are giving priority to the wellbeing of their workforce. Multiple research studies have shown employer focus on wellness, positivity, and companionate love at work; benefits employee engagement, productivity, with decreased absenteeism and improvement to bottom line earnings. From a Gallup study: “According to our recent State of the Global Workplace report, 85% of employees are not engaged or actively disengaged at work. The economic consequences of this global "norm" are approximately $7 trillion in lost productivity. Eighteen percent are actively disengaged in their work and workplace, while 67% are "not engaged." This latter group makes up the majority of the workforce -- they are not your worst performers, but they are indifferent to your organization. They give you their time, but not their best effort nor their best ideas. They likely come to work wanting to make a difference --- but nobody has ever asked them to use their strengths to make the organization better. In a nutshell, this global engagement pattern provides evidence that how performance is managed, and specifically how people are being developed, is misfiring.” http://bit.ly/gallupwork Join us to learn how a wellness focus benefits organizational growth.
Organizational Consultant on Culture & Faith Based Life Coach