This Mental Wellbeing workplace program by The Flourishing Institute comprises of small daily actions to boost psychological wellbeing. Based on research-based factors that lead to thriving in life. If acted upon and repeated over time, these actions will lead to positive behavioural change.
Program modules are:
The NZ Mental Health Foundation has found that boosting the mental wellbeing skills of an entire workforce can lead to significant workplace
benefits. Mental wellbeing is one of the most valuable business assets.
Workplaces that prioritise mental health have better engagement, reduced absenteeism and higher productivity, while people have improved wellbeing, greater morale and higher job satisfaction.
The organisation also benefits through having a flexible and agile workforce, which can adapt quickly to challenges, think creatively and continue to meet the demands of a constantly changing environment.
Daily Knowledge Improvement and Retention
Using a high-impact learning technique called microlearning – learning that is delivered in short, focused bites which has been shown to improve knowledge retention over time.
People know many things that boost mental wellbeing but don’t do them. Frequent reinforcement of messages, regular nudges and reminders to take actions will improve mental wellbeing.
Learning about mental wellbeing is not exclusive to those who attend training courses or events. The programme engages people using voluntary participation.
Improving Life Skills and Coping Skills
While the employees are learning about how to boost mental wellbeing at work, the knowledge and skills taught are equally relevant for them at home and in general life.
The content is available to all who can see it! There are no restrictions to learning new mental wellbeing habits and the learning fits naturally into the flow of a workday (without interrupting).
The content is based on research but shows an employee how to apply the research in practical ways. This way, it drives the behaviours that positively impact mental wellbeing.
Employees can share information they learn with colleagues, family and friends which creates a positive ripple effect into workplaces and broader communities.
A Mental Wellbeing Programme Designed to Help Your People Thrive at Work.
Mental health problems are very common, with nearly one in two New Zealanders likely to meet the criteria for a mental illness at some stage
in their lives.
Fortunately, mental wellbeing skills can be learned and are more important than ever, given the challenges of the world we are now living in.
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