Employee resilience and engagement
An invaluable measure of success for any organisation is that your people say it is “a good place to work”. Creating a healthy and happy working environment improves the sustainability of performance and the organisation’s resilience in times of stress. It also pays dividends through increased loyalty and commitment. However, the aim is not simply to get more out of people. It is also about demonstrating your sense of social responsibility. This matters to staff, to shareholders and to customers.
Through our work we can help you identify your key drivers of employee engagement and embed these within your leadership practices. Different individuals will have different motivators. However, there are some fundamental ingredients to ensuring that your people will do their best for you and remain loyal. Realising an inclusive environment is just one way to demonstrate that you value your people and to increase engagement across a diverse spectrum of team members.
A key way to develop resilience and an openness to take on new challenges is through encouraging self-belief and a positive mind-set. Our research has helped us to frame development opportunities in order to boost people’s confidence and aspiration.
|Psychology at Work: Promoting well-being is not just a sticking plaster|
|Self-belief: turning a vicious circle into a virtuous one|
|Inspiring tomorrow’s leaders through the UK charity Mosaic|