10 December 2018
What does Wellbeing Look Like?

Work Life Balance advice & guidance

Reference

Positive Wellbeing

Negative Wellbeing

Physically

Healthy

Unwell

Emotional

Happy

Upset

Engagement

Motivated

De-motivated

Personal Outlook

Committed

Disengaged

Work Ethos

Trusting

Suspicious

 

Below is a summary example of 2 well-being topics and how these can be linked to the work environment:-  

Communication - Make a Friend

Healthy Eating

The goal is to encourage colleagues to spend time together, getting to know each other.

This doesn’t need to be a cost burden to your organisation, perhaps give your employees an additional half hour in addition to their normal lunch time on an agreed day?

As it is estimated we spend 60% of our waking hours and eat at least a 1/3rd of our daily calorie intake at work – this means that we should be eating at least 3 of our 5 fruit and vegetables a day at work!

Or.....….try the key-board challenge…..turn your keyboard over and see how many crumbs fall out, the more of a snowstorm - the dirtier your desk.

 

 

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