The 4 dimensions of the model illustrates the symbiotic relationship between organizational and employee health with productivity and performance.
Examines the alignment between what the individual wants and what the organization is trying to achieve.
We also test for the clarity each participant has around their own life purpose and the gratitude they feel for their talents.
Based upon an individual’s belief that they are capable and equipped to give of their best work.
It assesses their capacity and energy to work at a high level. How capable an individual feels in managing their own career path. The extent to which an employee believes they are capable of adapting to the changes in their organization and environment. The awareness of actions needed to improve their own health.
This aspect looks at the extent to which relationships (including relationships with their manager) are working well.
How much each individual feels emotionally connected to the organization. The freedom that each individual feels to be themselves and contribute emotionally. Their financial wellbeing.
A range of measures on diet, fitness and recovery from an individual and organizational point of view.
An unhealthy corporate culture will hinder sustainable performance, increase costs, reduce motivation and employee engagement and consume management time with issues such as absence and attrition.
Organizational Health is much more than occasional wellness initiatives or ad hoc programmes.
The Healthy Place to Work process will equip organizations to understand the symbiotic relationship between organizational and employee health with productivity and performance.