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People are unique...
So are the environments where we spend our waking lives - work, home, and community.
We all have our own thoughts, feelings, values, beliefs, goals, and social and cultural differences that we bring to work. This weaves an intricate fabric of diversity in our organisations. We also have challenges, stressors and needs in work and life that can tear at this fabric when not acknowledged and effectively addressed. Work and life intertwine and we all need agility to navigate our lives skilfully and successfully.
When at work we interact with other unique people. Our work areas are diverse because of the combined mental, physical, emotional and social characteristics of people, the resources available to them, the job demands they face, the type of work being performed, and how people are developed, supported, managed, and led. Taken together, we see rich and complex layers of diversity right through the organisation. That is the reality.
Sounds fairly complex right?
This is why it simply doesn’t make sense to persist with ‘one size fits all’ approaches to understanding and building the capacity of people and improving the employee experience and work environment.
The real costs of stress in our workplaces
In this short video, Dr Adrian Medhurst breaks down the statistics of how much stress is costing our workplaces and why it is so important to draw our attention to it.
This keynote was filmed at the 2018 ThinkTank Corporate PA Summit. If you would like to see where Dr Adrian Medhurst is speaking next, head over to our Events page here.
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Know what you need to do
Do what needs to be done
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