We have faced years of uncertainty with no clear answers for the future, and there are more disruptions ahead that will continue to upend any assumption of normal. Some disruptions can be predicted while others remain unknown until the challenge fully arises.
Top 4 things we explored:
- Disruptors. We defined a disruptor as a threat, an unanticipated event, or any negative disruption with the potential to harm people, property, or business processes. They test our organizations’ most powerful assets, our people, to find new levels of strength, resilience, and agility.
The new normal. Challenges we have include not having enough employees available in the workforce, supply chain interruptions, shifts in the global economy, natural disasters, and a changing global security environment.
A culture of care. Examples include managers modeling self-care behaviors, creating peer connection groups, educating employees about available resources, and creating moments for connection among teams.
Resources. Ways we support employee well-being include mental health training, crisis funding, training well-being champions, 1:1 financial coaching, EAP coaching services, and Sharepoint sites for communication.
Building on groundbreaking research by both i4cp and Rob Cross, the Employee Well-Being Exchange is a peer-driven community working group that explores the relational sources of well-being, how personal networks impact this, and the tools to support individual performance and well-being.
This meeting is exclusively for members of the Employee Well-Being Exchange.
If you'd like to participate, please contact us to see if you qualify.
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This event is approved for certification credits.