How to Persuade Leaders to Invest in Wellbeing
This week I’m sharing top tips and conversations I have frequently with people in organisations to help them persuade leaders to invest in wellbeing.
- What to do to persuade your leaders
- The 3 R’s that I like to go to with organisations I work with
- Why we need to look at revenue in different ways… I dive into specifics here to give you a head start
- How to highlight the risks to an organisation
- Why it’s important to include reputation in this persuasive detail too
It’s easy to say wellbeing can help to reverse employee burnout and reduce stress, turnover and absenteeism.
Often dismissed or seen as nice to do, is it really essential? Is it something worthy of budget or resources?
Promoting an environment where it’s ok to talk about mental health and encouraging good wellbeing is simply the right thing to do. Unfortunately, some of your senior colleagues won’t agree or will be more focused on investing in business projects that they deem to have a clearer ROI. The good news is that, whilst not everyone will see wellbeing plans and training as a business critical issue right now, there are strong reasons that it MUST form part of your core business strategy.
You just need to find what IS the focus of your senior people so we can determine how to convince, persuade, or justify the time and expense on wellbeing.
Company executives want to know that any new programme, including wellbeing, is going to support the bottom line of the business and its long-term growth.
I share in more detail how you can do that. So have a listen.
If you’re looking for support for your wellbeing plan, coaching for your leaders or training programmes that not only help your leaders, managers and employees enhance their wellbeing and performance, but also gives you the tools and strategies to ensure senior buy in from the outset – get in touch.
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