Wellness is not the same thing as wellbeing, in fact, it is only 1/5 of the wellbeing equation. Your employee’s wellbeing plays a crucial role in shaping your company culture as well as driving business outcomes. It is paramount in attracting, retaining and engaging those that work for you.
The latest research shows that when done right, a culture of wellbeing is a huge differentiator for your business and reputation.
But doing it RIGHT is the key!
The most effective wellbeing strategies help your leaders learn to empower employees to help themselves. At Brockway, we provide a fully integrated wellbeing strategy that impacts people at every level of the organization to help them live fully at home, work and play.
Our philosophy is simple. We see business as a human endeavor. Strip away the factories, the stores, the office towers, the systems and analytics, and what’s left are people looking to do something meaningful and feel like they belong to something bigger than themselves.
In today’s business world, strategic business planning has little to do with developing people personally and professionally. Processes and systems are over-emphasized and outcomes feel like an impersonal statistic. Employees may see the byproduct of their work and planning but they often don’t feel valued in the bigger picture. This results in a disengaged workforce that leaves mountains of untapped human potential. We help you mine that mountain.
At Brockway, we uncover strategies to build an environment and corporate culture that feeds your bottom line and impacts each individual on a personal and professional level.
Employees who are engaged and have high well-being are:
- 42% more likely to evaluate their overall lives highly
- 27% more likely to report “excellent” performance in their own job at work
- 27% more likely to report “excellent” performance by their organization
- 45% more likely to report high levels of adaptability in the presence of change
- 37% more likely to report always recovering “fully” after illness, injury or hardship
- 59% less likely to look for a job with a different organization in the next 12 months
- 18% less likely to change employers in a 12-month period
- 19% more likely to volunteer their time in the past month
From the Blog
In spite of traditional corporate values or practice, I’ve always held that all aspects of your life are interconnected, for better or worse. If my clients were thriving outside of work that served to propel their performance at work, and vice versa. Overtime, this common sense philosophy has garnered much attention in the scientific community and is increasingly gaining street cred in the corridors of business.
When I’m working with leaders to identify their most important development needs, issues like “lack of confidence” or “low self-esteem” are surprisingly common. Typically these come to the fore when new challenges or transitions are faced. By putting a stop to negative thinking and learning to view things from a positive perspective, many of these men and women have experienced profound impacts on both their health and work life.
How did you start your day today? Did you rise and shine? Or rise and whine? Did you leap or drag yourself out of bed? Were you ready and alert for all the opportunities of the day? In that first hour of the day, the choices you make can set you up for a stellar day...or a stinker.
Propel Team aligns your people’s personal and professional lives to enable them to maximize productivity and engagement in the workplace. It provides managers and individuals with a foundation for an improved corporate culture and facilitates the development of your organization as a whole.
Personal responsibilities and workplace deadlines can leave you with little time for yourself and feeling completely drained. Propel Self provides you with insights and strategies for busting through the daily grind and sets you on a firm course for a healthy, exciting and fulfilling lifestyle.