Happiness really is the key to success for your business

It’s been a rocky couple of years – that’s putting it mildly eh?!

Covid-19 over the past two years has quite simply put pressure on every area of our lives.

As business owners and managers, we’ve had to make quick changes to the way our companies run and operate and it’s been challenging being away from our teams for such long periods of time. Let’s face it, video calling is fantastic but it doesn’t replace real face-to-face interaction does it?

On top of that, throughout this turbulent period, we have also been concerned for the health and wellbeing of all of our staff, as well as our friends and families.

Maintaining good mental health and wellbeing in the workplace has always been a delicate balancing act but the pandemic really amplified the stress, anxiety and depression of a lot of people. That means that some of the people working for you will still be struggling even more today.

As an employer not only do you have a duty of care to your people, but you also want to see them at their best anyway.

That means it’s vital that you take good mental health and wellbeing seriously in your workplace. Failing to do so could mean that you lose some of your best people, your business reputation suffers, and also that your business productivity and even turnover take a massive tumble.

Sadly, I’ve seen it happen.

Fortunately, there are several things you can implement in your workplace that will help you to be there for any employees who need additional support, and improve the overall wellness of your people.

I’ve created a great new guide to help you get it right in your business. It’s actually more than a guide. It’s a checklist that sets out the exact actions you could take to improve your focus on mental health and wellbeing in all areas of your business.

And of course, I’m giving it away for free. Get your FREE copy here.