Improving Well-Being and Performance by Building a Thriving Workplace
Today’s business leaders face a profoundly important challenge: what kind of workplaces will we choose to create?
Toxic, stress-filled workplaces may not only impact an employee’s health and well-being, they can affect an organization’s profit margins and performance. Employees who lack meaning and purpose at work can become disengaged, experience strained social relationships, have shorter life expectancies, and incur higher healthcare costs.
Organizations have the potential to foster well-being for their employees and communities while producing great value for customers and investors. Creating positive organizational cultures is a win-win. Thriving employees are likely to be more committed and satisfied with their jobs, perform at a higher level, become sick less often, give back more to their communities, and get more fulfillment from personal relationships.
Whether you want to implement new culture well-being strategies at your organization, improve existing initiatives, or build awareness and energy around the importance of thriving employees, the 2019 Positive Business Conference will help you meet your goals.
Ross School of Business
University of Michigan Ann Arbor Campus