16 STASHED IDEAS
We often find ourselves assuming about the reasons why people behave the way they behave but we fail to ask "why do I find their behavior maddening or frustrating?"
We have to slow down and remind ourselves that everyone has their own reasons for their behavior and as leaders we must allow ourselves to empathize and learn if there is something we can do about it.
Not only do employees have an incomplete understanding of the well-being offerings available to them; many are also unsure about their own well-being needs. Therefore, the first step is foundational – HR must increase employees’ awareness and knowledge of employer-provided well-being efforts.
To capture employees’ attention in today’s information-rich world, communications must be credible and appealing in order to stand out. Communications need to be believable; for instance, it can not overestimate the positive impact of a particular well-being program.
The only way to move away from languishing is to give yourself time and space to reflect.
We all need boundaries to give us time to think about where we are and where we want to be. Ask yourself where you feel resentment and frustration regarding your time and energy.
For example, you've maybe realised that you need to say no to your boss about work emails on the weekends even though you're afraid of being labelled as not a team player. Ensure you communicate your commitment to your boss.
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