Are you being left behind?
With an ever challenging Corporate Environment business leaders would agree there is a need to take a renewed view of how to best maximise the output from the employees they have. Organisations are challenged to attract, retain, engage and enhance productivity from scarce resources. In addition to this already significant and consuming challenge, many corporations realise that if they haven’t already, they now need to get serious about how to lessen their global footprint, increase their corporate social responsibility, and make a positive contribution toward the wellness of the planet. Where does your organisation rate on these areas? Are you leading the way like some of the top corporate businesses in Australia and around the world? Are you flourishing when it comes to the people within your business and the impact you are having on the community and planet? If the answer is NO, what affect might this have on your business? These are the questions you need to be asking. Beyond this you need to be searching for new answers, be involved in new conversations and push the boundaries of what is not only feasible to drive your business into new frontiers, but what is possible at every edge of the boundaries. The businesses that thrive in this decade and beyond will be those who are willing to engage innovative thinking, push boundaries, take a fresh look at their values and be brave enough to start a new conversation. That new conversation started at the World Wellness Project Summit. The inaugural summit was held in Melbourne, Australia where over 40 speakers from around the world came together to engage on the health of business, the health of individuals, and the wellness of the planet. The relatively new fields of positive psychology, positive organisational scholarship and workplace wellbeing are becoming robust […]