As humans we have the ability to connect with each other, creating an unbreakable bond, by laughing together and crying together. That’s the real meaning of Sympathy, from greek (συν + πάϑος «affection»): sharing emotions. What’s the link with clean air? You’ll be surprised.
While trying to return to our normal life, making streets, schools, and offices full again:
We felt the struggle of HR balancing people’s needs and happiness with the company’s budgets;
We felt the pain of H&S combining safety with efficiency while reshaping the workspaces;
We felt the fatigue of CEOs building an organisation that can resist, adapt and overcome external disruptors.
We decided to listen to their voices, your voices. We asked them which problems they are finding, which solutions they are implementing, which strategies and technologies are already set, and which ones are missing.
We found out how the principal cause of disruption can be the same in bringing equilibrium, especially one that turned out to have a key role in all of their speeches.
We spent days and nights looking for the key solutions and trying to understand how we could help more. We came up with many, that we analyse in this guide, before finding one element that really supports any organisation.
Are you one of the 83% of HRs struggling with talent retention?
Did you know that one of the main reasons (20%) for staff turnover is due to stress and burnout?
Are you aware that 73% of people think that feeling safe is “extremely important” when at work?
If people breathe better, organisations stay better.
That’s the reason why we came up with this paper. A toolkit that walks side by side with HR and Health and Safety managers and Business leaders, while they are walking new and unexpected roads. A guide that helps you leverage safety and wellbeing to reach higher people productivity, engagement, and performance in spite of the external disruption that any company is going to face this year. A discovery journey in what can easily be your best ally: clean air.
Download the paper by clicking on the banner below and start building a resilient organisation to be successful in 2023.