Working Principles

Create a “Ways of Working” guide – principles that steer team members’ progress while fostering their well-being. For example, a team might prioritize principles such as “be in beta,” to emphasize the need to work collaboratively.

Team members should create a code of values to inform decision-making, such as, “well-being is priority #1” or “shared success equals individual success.”

Leaders must make well-being a strategic priority, support it with resources, communicate and advocate its benefits, and demonstrate a personal commitment by modeling healthy behaviors.

When an organization clearly articulates its vision of well-being, employees understand what it entails and how their actions and behaviors contribute to it.

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