Being ready for the future of work requires action. Now.
Research clearly identifies that Individual performance has a causal relationship with wellbeing. So it doesn't take a psychologist to tell you that companies need to invest in getting wellbeing right.
But just what makes the biggest difference?
And where do we begin?
Start simple is my approach. Human connection is the building block of good relationships, mental wellbeing, psychologically safe environments, engagement, and performance. So let's start there.
Rob Stephenson of FormScorevery eloquently outlines the case for being more human, and approaches that we can easily adopt to achieve that.
Listen to Rob talk about wellbeing, effectiveness and commitment, and their impact on readiness to perform.
This episode of the podcast will help you on your journey.
It might just help you leave the foothills and start the ascent of Mount Everest (this analogy will make sense when you listen!).
More about Rob:
Rob is a TEDx Speaker, Mental Health Campaigner, Keynote Speaker, Facilitator, CEO of FormScore, and founder of the InsideOut LeaderBoard.
Rob has a strong and personal interest in mental wellbeing and is part of the movement to smash the stigma of mental ill-health in the workplace. He has lived and worked whilst managing bipolar disorder for as long as he can remember. He conducts speaking engagements on his personal experiences and ideas as to how we can facilitate change.
FormScore is a movement and technology solution that helps us be more intentional about our wellbeing by answering the question "How are you today?" with a score out of ten, and connecting with friends, family and trusted colleagues.
The InsideOut LeaderBoard is a social enterprise with a mission of ending the stigma of mental ill-health in the workplace.