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Organisational Health: What the Research Says

Organisational Health: What the Research Says

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Resilience in Action: Creating Healthy Organisations that Thrive

What this research briefing gives you and your team

By investing in "Organisational Health: What the Research Says," you will gain access to:

  1. Evidence-Based Insights: Discover the latest research findings and their practical implications for organisational health. Stay ahead of the curve with scientifically supported strategies that optimise well-being, engagement, and performance.
  2. Cultivating a Healthy Work Environment: Apply evidence-based strategies derived from the research to foster a culture of well-being, collaboration, and high performance. Develop practices that enhance employee satisfaction, retention, and productivity.
  3. Effective Leadership Practices: Learn about leadership strategies and behaviours that positively impact organisational health. Gain insights into creating an inclusive and empowering leadership style that fosters trust, transparency, and employee growth.
  4. Building Resilience: Explore techniques to enhance organisational resilience and navigate change effectively. Learn how to create adaptive structures, promote learning and innovation, and foster a positive mindset within your organisation.
  5. Employee Engagement and Motivation: Gain insights into strategies to boost employee engagement and motivation. Discover evidence-based practices that align individual and organisational goals, enhance job satisfaction, and promote a sense of purpose.
  6. Strategies for Collaboration and Communication: Learn techniques to foster effective collaboration and communication within your organisation. Enhance teamwork, build strong relationships, and facilitate open and transparent dialogue that drives organisational success.
  7. Practical Implementation Guidance: Benefit from practical recommendations and implementation guidance derived from the research. Understand how to translate research insights into actionable strategies that align with your unique organisational context.

What do you get?

  • Improved performance: Organisational health is linked to better productivity, innovation, customer satisfaction, and financial performance. By understanding how to improve health, organisations can achieve better results.
  • Reduced costs: Unhealthy organisations tend to have higher absenteeism, turnover, accidents, and errors - all of which cost money. Improving health can reduce these costs and create a more sustainable organisation.
  • Better work environment: Healthy organisations have a better culture, more engaged employees, and less conflict or dysfunction. This creates a better place to work which benefits both employees and the organisation. 
  • Increased agility: Healthy organisations are able to adapt more quickly to changes in the environment. They can pivot and make strategic shifts as needed to thrive over the long run. Unhealthy organisations struggle with change.
  • Stronger alignment: There is more clarity and consensus around priorities, values, goals, and key strategic decisions in a healthy organisation. This alignment around purpose and direction benefits all parts of the organisation. 
  • Improved leadership: Leaders are able to be more effective in healthy organisations. And leadership is also essential for improving and maintaining health. Education on organisational health helps leaders better understand their role and impacts.
  • Better oversight: Understanding metrics and models of organisational health gives executives and directors more insight into the functioning and effectiveness of the organisation. They can identify red flags sooner and make governance decisions based on key health indicators. 
  • Consistent process: Education on evidence-based models for organisational health assessment and improvement helps establish systematic processes. The organization can consistently monitor, assess and work on enhancing health over time.
  • Shared understanding: A common framework and language around organisational health gives all members of the organisation a shared model for thinking about what a high-performing culture looks like. They can then work together to achieve that vision.

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