How do we get the other 40% of the workforce engaged?
In February, I was the keynote speaker at the Victorian Workplace Mental Wellbeing Collaboration's Leadership Breakfast about how leaders can use work design principles to assist their employees and colleagues to be well and thrive in their job roles.
Video of my talk
Here are some the key messages of the talk:
Good work design contributes to many positive outcomes such as healthy workers, a safer workplace, fewer musculoskeletal injuries, lower absence, reduced worker's compensation claims, motivated and loyal staff, creative and innovative companies, agile teams and organisations, customer loyalty, attraction and retention of talent , higher ROI... a better world!
Work can be ‘redesigned’, with positive outcomes for people and performance.
Work redesign is often neglected as a strategy for improving well-being and productivity.
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