An evidence-based approach to Employee Wellbeing
Employee wellbeing has become a priority in the post-covid workplace, not only because of the higher rates of stress and burnout symptoms, but also as an increasingly important aspect of corporate culture related to retention and engagement.
But what does wellbeing actually mean from a scientific perspective and how can we measure it effectively in the workplace.
Session content points:
- What is wellbeing? – scientific definition and implications for the workplace
- How do we measure wellbeing in a work environment?
- What should the elements of a wellbeing strategy be?
- What are evidence-based approaches to promote employee wellbeing?
About Dr. Georgi Toma
Georgi is an expert in stress, burnout and workplace mental health.
She is the founder of Heart & Brain Works. She also conducts research at the University of Auckland.
She is the creator of the Wellbeing Protocol, the only scientifically validated training to reduce burnout and improve mental wellbeing at work, in NZ and AU.
Research evidence shows the Wellbeing Protocol helps employees:
- reduce stress by up to 58%
- reduce burnout by up to 60%
- improve metal wellbeing by up to 103%.
Message from Georgi
If you would like to explore opportunities to work together, book a chat below. This is not a sales call. This is a 15-min chat to see if I can help or not.
Some of the topics we can talk about include:
- Psychosocial hazards and mental wellbeing audit
- The Wellbeing Protocol
- How to create an effective and sustainable wellbeing strategy
- Leader training
- Culture of civility, respect and high performance intervention
- A sustainable wellbeing strategy for your organisation