In this webinar, Dr. Rosie Ward and Dr. Jon Robison review the latest science on this changing business landscape. Incorporating story, professional experience and research, they provide a practical, science-based framework for re-humanizing the workplace where wellbeing is restored and organizational performance flourishes.
Rosie Ward and Dr. Jon Robison review the science on leadership and its impact on both organizational effectiveness and employee wellbeing. Incorporating story, professional experience and research, they provide a practical, science-based framework for rethinking traditional leadership development and integrating it with wellbeing efforts for a sustainable, positive impact.
In this webinar, Dr. Rosie Ward and Dr. Jon Robison review the science on focusing on WHY and purpose, where employee wellness efforts have gotten off-course, and how to get back on track.
Organizational leaders are frequently led to believe that the problem with healthcare costs is the result of employees’ unhealthy behaviors. However, the reality is that the problem with healthcare costs actually has everything to do with the healthcare system itself.
There is a revolution already in progress in the business world – one where enlightened leaders recognize what it means to thrive in today’s Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) world, and create the conditions for success.
Huge changes are underfoot in the workplace in recent years, and the organizational and employee wellbeing spaces are no exception. From an organizational standpoint, leaders and HR executives are increasingly realizing that while the traditional focus on leadership, culture and engagement is still important there may actually be something even more fundamental that is keeping…
The business world of the 21st century is sometimes referred to as the VUCA world (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity). Learn how to re-humanize your workplace by updating your vocabulary to recognize that people and organizations are actually complex living systems – not machines.