For people to perform at their best, they need to feel like they are thriving, not just surviving. Who owns this responsibility in your organisation - individuals, or leaders?
Human-centred organisations who cultivate working cultures and create psychologically safe spaces, outperform those that don’t. In these workplaces employees can bring their whole selves to work, feel a sense of belonging, and develop the abilities for resilience and personal wellbeing. Individuals should feel valued and integral to an organisation’s success, no matter the job role, and a work-life balance is crucial for the wellbeing of employees.
By working to transform the quality of human-to-human exchanges, organisations can help people to respond positively to the pressures of work and life.