Low level well-being means low level performance...
For your company to perform at ITS best and stay competitive in today’s market, each person on your team needs to consistently perform at THEIR best each day.
This kind of sustained performance is only possible if each person’s well-being is at a level to support it.
The problem with this is that for the most part:
- Companies and their employees lack awareness of how crucial well-being is to sustained peak work performance
- Addressing well-being falls outside the typical expertise of both companies and their employees
- Companies are demanding more and more of the people that work there to stay competitive
- Compromising one’s well-being to meet the growing demands of work and personal life has become the norm
The net result is a low level of well-being amongst your staff contributing to average performance. The impacts include huge amounts of performance potential being left on the table every day, inefficient use of your monthly salary spend, and your company performing at only a fraction of its potential.