Wellbeing @ Work South African Summit


Resilient Employees make Resilient organizations. A Resilience journey for empowering your workforce during adversity.

Do you feel equipped to tackle disruptions? Have you thought about how you posture yourself, physically, mentally, and emotionally during adversity? How do you prepare and respond to challenges expected or unexpected?

There is nothing that businesses need more right now than workforce resilience. They need people who can weather storms, who feel secure, productive, engaged in their jobs, and can quickly adapt to change. Our research indicates that workforce resilience is a product of investing in the health and wellbeing of your people, but it is not just about making the financial investment. To foster resilience in your people, your approach to wellbeing needs to be intelligently aligned to the needs of the workforce, well communicated, and within an environment at work that allows resilience to thrive.

COVID-19 has introduced another reason for why resilience is a top skill to learn. It is essential for employees to be able to adjust to new work environments, PPE and social distancing requirements, varied responsibilities and in many ways adapt the way they work together, whether they are in the office or remotely. As an organizational leader, developing this skill within your workforce is critical to their personal growth and the quality of organizational development. It enables employees to maintain emotional balance and reduce the likelihood of debilitating stress or depression which otherwise could be paralyzing. Our study found that participants significantly increased relaxation, daily practice, focus, impulse control, and further experienced lowered fatigue, worry, insomnia, uncertainty thus helped improve overall health and wellbeing.

Join us at the Wellbeing @ Work Summit where Njabulo will be presenting on the main stage at 10.30am on 17 November 2021.

Summit Dates: 16 – 18 November 2021
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