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Thriving organizational wellbeing

  • The executive leadership team is a truly cohesive one.
  • The mission, vision, and values are clearly articulated, and every employee knows how he/she fits within them.
  • Employees are empowered and enabled to leverage their strengths.
  • Leaders and the work climate provide employees with autonomous support (versus using incentives to drive behaviors).
  • Clear, timely, and meaningful communication is provided for employees, and employees share feedback and ideas that are actually used.
  • Clear, timely, and meaningful communication is provided for employees in the spirit of ongoing growth and development (versus simply measuring performance).
  • The climate fosters innovation, creativity, and meaningful work.
  • Leaders truly value employees – and employees feel valued.
  • Employees are encouraged and supported to be authentic and be themselves.
  • People within the organization respect, support, and care about one another as people, not just employees there to complete certain job tasks.
  • Accountability is embraced; the rules are clear and apply to everyone.
  • Employees are provided the tools and resources they need to work safely and productively.
  • Resources, programs, policies, and the environment support employees’ ability to thrive in all areas of wellbeing.
  • Employees are happy and proud to work there!

From How to Build a Thriving Culture at Work
Rosie Ward and Jon Robison