O primeiro passo para evitar o burnout é que os líderes estejam comprometidos com este propósito. Para isso, as empresas precisam prover oportunidades para que desenvolvam seu potencial. Só assim saberão como reduzir a pressão por uma produtividade tóxica e prover um ambiente onde a performance é sustentável.
It is no longer possible to ignore the need to align employees’ values with those of their companies. That’s because, whether in attracting or retaining talent, the bottom line is employees want a sense of purpose in business. And it’s a natural effect of the new scenario. Employer branding and employee experience concepts are advancing. And the requirement of ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) practices are arising.
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the process of developing human skills, and the most successful companies quickly adopted or reinforced, in their culture, concepts that put people at the center of their business’ strategy, such as: People first, Employee Experience , Employer Branding, Workforce Ecosystem and Liquid workforce. Do you know what they are?
Mental well-being at work is a broad term; it covers all aspects of work life. Whether it’s the quality of the work environment or workspace, employees’ feelings about their work, the overall vibe of the workplace, and other such factors.
Mental health refers to the psychological, emotional, and social wellbeing of an individual. It affects the way a person thinks or handles stressful events in life. On the other hand, mental wellbeing covers many aspects of personality such as managing emotions, expressing them wisely, dealing with people, and most importantly, feeling good about yourself.
“Mindfulness is a skill set that you can learn, and through constant training, it is possible to achieve sustainable behavior change. It is the ability to stay focused on the task at hand, increasing awareness of thoughts, feelings, habits, and actions.”