More about Growth Sessions…
So, how does this play out in the real world of “bottom lines”?
If your team members become happier, healthier, better versions of themselves at work, this enables you to create a more effective and sustainable business, producing better results.
Here are some of the positive business outcomes that Growth Sessions can help you to achieve:
- Increased productivity, efficiency and focus
- Stronger internal communications
- More effective collaboration
- Heightened creative thinking
- Friendlier customer service
- Higher levels of trust, engagement and job satisfaction
- Reduced absenteeism and increased retention
- Opportunities to innovate around company culture and process
Better results in any of these areas ultimately translates to a healthier bottom line for your business. A bottom line which takes account of your people as well as your profit.
Who is this service for?
Independent businesses and purpose-driven companies that are innovating in their field, including:
- Startups and Tech Companies
- Media, Communication, Advertising, Brand, Marketing, Design, and Digital Agencies
- Companies with knowledge workers on the team
- Businesses enterprises challenging the status quo
- People preparing to embark on their careers who need guidance in how to perform at their best
How do you know if Growth Sessions is right for you?
1) Perhaps your business is too small to warrant having a dedicated HR team or formal personal development programme in place? If you’re finding it tricky to oversee and fulfil your team’s wellbeing needs adequately, because of your size, then Growth Sessions can help fill this gap.
2) Maybe your company already has some form of wellbeing programme, and/or an HR team looking after wellbeing needs? If that’s the case, you may find this service beneficial as an add-on to existing initiatives you’ve got running.
3) Or, perhaps you’ve already got these bases covered? Instead, you’re looking for new and interesting ways to keep your team engaged, to maintain a healthy, vibrant culture. Then you’ve come to the right place. :)
Why ‘wellbeing’ instead of ‘well-being’?
Technically, it can be spelled either way.
To me, well-being implies one person’s wellness, as in “a being who is well”.
Whereas wellbeing suggests wellness as a holistic concept, which impacts on all of us as individuals, teams and larger communities of people.
I’m interested in helping both individuals AND groups of individuals to improve their wellbeing, so I spell it as a single, unhyphenated word.
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