Success begins with organisational health
Poorly organised work wastes money, damages people and is bad for the environment too. Leaders have an ethical and moral imperative to design healthy organisations which are not just high performing but also good for their people and the environment.
We define organisational health as,
“Intentionally co-creating a system of harmonious working, where people thrive the organisation succeeds.”
Research demonstrates if organisations intentionally improve their health, many benefits are realised including:
- Higher organisational performance
- Greater job satisfaction
- Reduced employee turnover
- Better well-being and health
- More positive climate, that welcomes difference
- Long term success
- People are more open to innovation
- Lower incidence of management misbehaviours
- Improved adaptability
- Greater capacity to cope with ambiguity
- A more positive impact on society
An example analytics include:
To learn more about our assessment and how it can make a real difference contact our Organisational Health Lead.
To hear from a client of what it’s like working with us, check out this video.