But a manager can encourage employees to get involved in wellbeing activities such as yoga, improved training, motivational rewards, and personal development opportunities.
Give employees a platform to recognize the actions they're taking to improve their wellbeing and engagement. A lot of studies are showing that change happens because of our social environment.
Norms are shared in a way that's contagious, and companies and managers can help set those norms. But the team will carry them forward.
Employees who are engaged and thriving also have greater agility and resilience. When people are engaged and have thriving well-being, their life situations don't weigh them down and keep them from performing.
They see changes as opportunities, not problems. Managers who encourage wellbeing and engagement will help their companies reap the benefits in times to come.
Stay Informed. The old saying, 'Leave your personal life at home, not at work', is not entirely realistic. A Gallup analysis shows that your wellbeing has an impact on the people you work with and on the people who work for you.