Addressing issues around wellbeing and implementing suitable initiatives to make a positive difference can be challenging. We thrive on helping you on this journey to create a workforce built on an open culture where concerns are readily talked about.
Promoting an environment based on wellbeing makes good business sense. Any company looking to thrive and prosper need to put wellbeing at the top of the business agenda.
Support is a vital tool in helping a business develop and implement the We Work Well service to their staff and ensure that staff feel supported and embrace this exciting new opportunity. If staff feel supported and nurtured they are more likely to discuss issues when they arise and before they become problematic.
The support stage also relates to the support that We Work Well provide every client in guiding them through every stage of the process, from the system customisation to ongoing recommendations and reviews.
A fundamental part of the process is engaging staff. It is vital to ascertain employee's thoughts and perspective to obtain an accurate picture of the situation and identify challenges faced. It is also important to engage management in the system and ensure they are committed to working with all parties to help improve and grow.
Moving forwards it is vital that employers continue to engage staff regarding their wellbeing and allow them to contribute to maximise their feeling of worth. The wellbeing assessment included as part of the We Work Well system will play a key role in engaging staff feedback.
As with anything with potential to grow, staff must be nurtured to enhance development. New opportunities should be embraced where possible and relationships between peers and superiors alike should be promoted. E-learning and training workshops are used to nurture staff and empower them to be inspired in their personal development and reach their potential.
Individual successes must be acknowledged and identified and it is vital that employees understand that their ongoing wellbeing is supported and valued. Feedback, interaction, competition, social collaboration and gamification will all play a key role, as will personal reflection and self assessment. Similarly, business success should be shared with everyone across every level within the business. Follow up reviews and ongoing measurement of performance and/or KPIs can indicate levels of success as well as encouraging feedback on system use.
The aim of the programme is to proactively teach skills in managing daily demands to help employees and businesses alike evolve and transform. Adapting ways of working and adopting new positive strategies helps individuals strive to reach their potential and become aware of their wellbeing. It is essential that the cycle is a continual process to ensure that the business continues to evolve and We Work Well help implement constantly improving action plans and policies to ensure employee wellbeing is an ongoing process.