Along the journey, we have become acutely aware of the increase of psychosocial factors such as depression, stress, anxiety, fatigue, mental illness and apathy in the workplace, and the impact this has both in terms of productivity and personally.
From experience we understand how hard it is for leaders to deliver both outstanding commercial and cultural performance as well as legal psychological wellbeing.
The most common questions we hear from leaders include:
Where do you start?
How do you know if it’s working?
How do you know if what you’re doing is enough?
Our vision is to help organisations transform the potential legal and business threats for wellbeing into a competitive edge through connection, productivity and performance, improving quality of life both in and outside of work.
Wellbeing is one of those areas that leaders and organisation's are struggling with. Research will tell you that costs are increasing, yet people within organisations are grappling with creating environments that create wellbeing; as opposed to the narrow approach of seeking to reduce and treat illness.
Creating enabling wellbeing requires clarity, competence, confidence and conviction. Wellbeing has become lost in a fog of well meant but ineffective ad hoc wellness incentives and activities, and what is required is an integrated strategic approach supported by crafted people centred tools .
“what if your workplace was a place that made people well?”
at art of work we change the way organisations think about and practice wellbeing.