Wisdom Works Group is conducting the first ever study of wellbeing leadership across the global wellness economy.
Recent data shows that globally leaders are struggling, both with their wellbeing and being an example of leading wellbeing in their teams and organizations. A Deloitte report indicates 76% of C-Suite leaders say the pandemic has negatively affected their wellbeing and that only 56% of employees said their company’s executives care about their wellbeing. Gallup research concurs: Employees who are engaged at work but not thriving in their lives have a higher likelihood of burnout, daily stress and worry, and double the rate of daily sadness and anger as employees who are thriving.
Yet, the most impactful wellbeing efforts don’t begin with the employee. Creating work environments where people can flourish and bring their best requires leaders who lead and live wellbeing.