Not everyone faces the same wellbeing challenge
Our ability to perform and withstand stress varies and is shaped by our view of the world , our unique behaviours, values, and personality. It is therefore realistic to presume that everyone’s wellbeing challenge is different.
Organisations find it difficult to identify individual wellbeing challenges as there are no approaches which help them do that. As a result, they have often adopted a ‘blanket’ approach to developing and implementing wellbeing initiatives.
The KAYA wellbeing management programme allows you to identify wellbeing challenges at the individual, team, and company levels. Managers will be able to see a rolled-up version of the challenges to identify specific wellbeing support requirements they need to focus on.
Workplace wellbeing initiatives have evolved significantly in the last 15 months. Companies are becoming mindful of the fact that the current situation requires more than a few words of praise and encouragement. Teams that create these wellbeing initiatives have become mindful of employees needs and are developing solutions to address the workplace wellbeing challenges. However, workplace wellbeing initiatives are rolled out as an overall initiative, where the initiative may or may not address the difficult challenge of supporting an individual’s wellbeing challenge.