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08 Aug 2019

Wellness in the workplace

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What is the meaning of wellness? Gallup and Heathway, the well-being index, describes the five key factors which help the individual's journey within the workplace.

Tight teams and active collaboration demand a certain type of behavior and attitude from the modern day professional. Whether one likes it or not, the corporate scenario unifies a group of individuals with a common set of goals. It must be understood that the non-achievement of a goal or a set of goals reflects failure, not in terms of individual potential, but in terms of achieving a collective mindset.

Speaking of mindsets, 2014 was the year of the fixed versus the growth mindset. In 2019, agility has become the nature of the beast. Performance is results, loyalty and commitment. Is it possible for one individual to succeed in so many fields? That is a question that remains to be answered.

Meanwhile, one could evaluate the self by answering these five questions.

Do you like what you do each day?

Are you in a supportive relationship?

Are you wise about your finances?

Do you take pride in your environment?

Do you have the energy to get things done daily?

The answers, whatsoever they may be, are the key to unlocking the wellspring of individual, and by immediate extension, corporate well-being. Seek and you shall find.

 

Nami
Contributing Editor

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