would you give 100% for a company where you did not feel included?
Would you push, speak up, challenge and stand out in a workplace where you felt it wasn’t acceptable and could reflect negatively upon you?
The sense of belonging and wellbeing your employees have directly correlates to how happy your employees are at work and therefore how much they are prepared to show up and deliver for you and the business. The diversity of your employees also heavily contributes to how innovative you are as a business and how appealing your offerings are to your diverse client/consumer base.
Creating a culture and environment where a truly diverse population can be themselves and are able to maximise their contribution/impact, will allow people to perform at their best, but it is not easy.
Employee wellbeing, both mental and physical are a priority focus for employees right now; having the tools and resources to do their job, clear and mutually agreed performance expectations and an environment that brings out the best in everyone. This is seen by many as a baseline for any organisation wishing to get the best from their teams and employees.
To create this space exemplary leadership from the board, management and team leaders is required; supported with internal processes that help them overcome any internal or external challenges they are facing.
A culture of diversity, inclusion and wellbeing needs to be an integrated component of your culture and not a standalone, it has to become a part of every organisation a ‘must have’ not a ‘like to have’.
Culture Consultancy offer everything from Wellbeing and ED&I strategies through to frontline staff training, as well as technology and tools, so you integrate your Wellbeing and ED&I proposition in to your culture, enabling you to harness the talent (current or future) of your people and fuel your organisations’ success.
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