29 December 2022
Five steps to more well-being at work
A proven method: the Health & Well-being Compass
With the Health & Well-being Compass, you steer your well-being policy in the right direction. It is a drill-down analysis in which, together with – and with the help of – your employees, you evolve towards more corporate well-being. Via a dashboard, you can easily map out and closely monitor the KPIs around well-being. All data remain strictly personal, but you get the chance to evolve your well-being parameters at team level. And immediately start up a great process for a happy and whealthy team.
Flow to a whealthy lifestyle and more corporate well-being
To structure and manage your well-being policy efficiently on the basis of these data, our coaches go through these 5 steps together with you and your team.
Step 1: creating support
Our team looks at the strength of the support base for setting up a sound well-being policy. Is there not enough support? Then we look at how we can improve it.
Step 2: studying data
We take the available data and possibly generate additional data to really know where we stand. And also to specifically determine where we want to go to.
Step 3: setting priorities
Do we have enough – and the right – data? Then we draw up a plan with priorities, concrete goals, timelines and a budget.
Step 4: implement the plan
Time to effectively implement your whealth policy. And make your organisation a truly whealthy workplace. In this step, communication is of the utmost importance.
Step 5: evaluate
In a continuous circle, we evaluate what went well and where there are areas for improvement. This flow invariably forms part of theHealth & Wellbeing Kompas. And the starting and ending point of more corporate well-being.
Give your well-being policy direction and structure?
Whealthy workplaces: the manual for more well-being at work
In Whealthy Workplaces, Springbok Senior Health & Well-being Consultant Brecht Buysschaert talks about a stimulating health and well-being policy. A workplace that is truly Whealthy? That scores well on well-being, wealth and healthy. And the entrepreneurs, scientists and other influencers he interviews during his walk your talk in nature know this too.
‘Changing behaviour is difficult and requires professional support’.
– Professor of Health Economics Lieven Annemans