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Workplace wellbeing should be at the heart of any business success. Happy and contented staff with good mental and physical wellbeing will be more able to assist with driving a business forward, and regardless of results, an ethical business must always be concerned about the wellbeing of their employees.
If you feel your staff are suffering from issues such as mental exhaustion or stress, then it could be time to contact Ramsay Todd to see how we can help.
Different levels of wellbeing
Mental wellbeing is very much about what people in the workplace are thinking and feeling. If they are unhappy or stressed about something in the workplace, this can have a bearing on their mental health and performance at work.
Mental wellbeing also has an impact on the body, creating problems for their physical wellbeing.
Staff that are stressed or unhappy are less likely to eat and sleep well and, as we all know, eating healthily with the right nutrition is vital to long term health.
The causes of poor workplace wellbeing
There are many reasons why staff might need support. Working long hours, or in a highly stressful environment, for example, can cause executive burnout or mental exhaustion.
Likewise, conflicts among team members or issues around working conditions can also have an impact on physical and mental wellbeing. Addressing these issues needs to be approached in a considered way that shows empathy and care for anyone involved.
The power of professional coaching
Having outside support and executive coaching can help provide a fresh perspective to the situation. At Ramsay Todd, we work with organisations who care about wellbeing and corporate stress management.
If you would like to find out more, get in touch with our executive coaching consultants.
FAQs on workplace wellbeing
No, you can’t. Ignoring workplace issues around mental wellbeing can have a devastating impact on your employees, as well as the business. Mental health isn’t a “fad” that will go away. It’s here to stay and should be taken seriously by all organisations.
From the start of the working day until the end, many staff and managers find themselves in a stressful high-pressure environment, which can even go beyond the working day causing a lack of sleep at night.
Corporate stress management is about helping individuals to cope better with their daily work lives. By managing and reducing stress, team members and leaders can improve concentration, which benefits both home and work lives, preventing mental exhaustion or executive burnout.
We cover the south of England and operate predominantly in London, Hertfordshire and Essex for face-to-face meetings. Online coaching can however be delivered to all parts of the UK. To find out how we can help, please get in touch with our executive coaching consultants on 01992 467598 today.