We live in uncertain, complex and ambiguous times. The workplace expects more from their people: being always on through technology; driving efficiencies through cost cutting; and responding to the ever-changing demands of customers.
These times are having a profound effect upon the wellbeing of employees across all sectors. I equate wellbeing to the ‘energy’ of people, which I believe is the most limiting resource in the working world today — not money, people or products and services — people are tired and worn out. This assertion is being played out in the rising incidence of depression and anxiety in the workplace.
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