employee Wellbeing & Performance
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Beyond technology innovation, the future of work will rely on intelligent investment in human potential.
The relationship between wellbeing and performance is clear and undeniable. People perform better when they feel well. When wellbeing drops, so too does performance. This means that investing in employee wellbeing in work and life is key to developing, sustaining, and evolving a high-performance culture.
While we instinctively know that there is a dynamic interaction between wellbeing and performance, most organisations do not have a systematic way of measuring and monitoring this over time. As a result, there are huge blind spots when it comes to knowing which elements of work and life wellbeing are in sync, which are strong, which are suffering, and where intelligent investment should be directed.
Now is the time to look beyond traditional engagement and culture assessments and explore the relationships between wellbeing and performance factors in work and life.
introducing the benny button wellbeing and performance profiler
So what is the Benny Button Profiler going to do you may ask? - good question!
We have developed a self-profiling instrument that touches on 8 science-based wellbeing factors that research has time and again shown us are the most important elements for living and performing at our best. Based on your responses, you will instantly receive a personalised profile to show you how you are currently going on these 8 factors.
Your profile will help you build a better understanding of what is currently going well, and what you would benefit from improving over the short to medium term. We even offer resources to help begin your wellbeing and performance transformation!
The Benny Button Wellbeing and Performance Heatmap
We know that our wellbeing and performance are interdependent.
The Benny Button Heat Wellbeing and Performance Heat Map highlights the importance of synchronising wellbeing and performance by plotting the two dimensions together. This creates a snapshot view of cultural wellbeing and performance, or the ratio of wellbeing ‘Capacity’ to performance ‘Contribution’ for a given population.
The heat map plots a workforce, team or work area and at a high-level shows how people are going in terms of their wellbeing and performance potential, and what type and level of support and development investment may need to be allocated and targeted.
A systematic methodology underpins the work we do and this ensures impact is achieved and embedded. Through this methodology, organisations, leaders, and employees are guided through a cycle of three interdependent phases.
the starter pack
introduce the value of work-life wellbeing & performance initiatives without the complexity of strategising and committing to a huge contract and roll out right off the bat.
We understand that integrating new employee and cultural development initiatives within a company can come with many hurdles to jump. Whether there is apprehension around trying something new and innovative by comparison to more traditional approaches to employee and culture transformation, or uncertainty with regard to budgeting, resourcing, leadership commitment, or internal politics. No hurdle is insurmountable, but it can be helpful to find a safe and effective first step to take, and that is the purpose of this guide!
watch us in action
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.
Or alternatively get in contact with us at email@example.com.
The relationship between performance and wellbeing
In this short video, Dr Adrian Medhurst sets the framework for employee performance and wellbeing, breaking down the main quadrants that we all fall into.