April is National Stress Awareness Month. Stress has spiked to unprecedented levels in the United States, creating a pressing need for employee wellbeing and a thriving, new type of workplace culture. Now more than ever, organizations need to inspire the best in their company and their workforce.
According to a recent Gallup study, 28% of U.S. employees experience burnout on the job “very often” or “almost always.” Leaders of organizations play a critical role in reversing this trend. They can work to inspire and influence team member wellbeing, if they are skilled at leading caring conversations and know how to cultivate the whole person at work, thus an entirely new and dynamic work culture can be created.
It is in the individual’s and organization’s best interest to upskill leaders to help people to thrive in all aspects of their lives, including their work environment where they spend the majority of their life in. Organizations who do so outperform their competitors by more than 125% in earnings per share and reduce workplace burnout to near zero among engaged, high-wellbeing employees.
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