Working With Awareness | Despina Katsikakis

January 8, 2015 4:43 PM

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As the new working year starts many of us are highly energized by our well-being focused New Year resolutions , typically involving less eating, more and frequent exercise and greater spiritual engagement and awareness. The corporate world has been slow to recognize that employee well-being accelerates productivity as well as benefitting the bottom line and whilst engagement and well-being are increasingly important to organizations, our current work practices engage our head only but typically ignore the mind/ body connection. We often still see well-being as an escapist idea; in order to feel well you need to get away from the office and everyday life and escape to a retreat or spa. So can we create a culture of well-being at work?

Care Nine out of ten (94 percent) employees feel a greater sense of well-being if they believe their job has meaning. From showing employees the impact their work has on customers or colleagues to proving their company is at the cutting edge in an exciting field, it has never been more important for...

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