According to Gallup, when employees say their company cares about their wellbeing, you earn:
- 69% better retention
- 3x higher engagement
- 5x greater advocacy & trust
However, most managers do not have practical strategies to foster wellbeing on their teams.
A recent McKinsey survey found that managers spend almost three-quarters of their time on tasks not related to to people development.
Without practical strategies and with limited time, managers are challenged to positively impact workplace wellbeing.
It behooves senior leadership to ensure managers are well equipped to improve the people side of performance. This requires time allotment to value people activities and a solid understanding of how they can impact workplace wellbeing.
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