Do you know what wellbeing looks like in your business?

Leonie Green has spent her career working with clients who understand that to get the best out of your business you need to get the best out of your employees.

“To get the best out of your employees, you need to be conscious of who your employees are, what their drivers are, and how they connect to your business values and aims,” she says.

After years working as a workplace lawyer, Leonie transitioned into human resources with her small business, Conscious Workplace , and now works with other small and medium businesses on developing employee wellbeing in their own businesses.

“Wellbeing is a journey, not a destination and every day is different,” she says.

 

“Some days are more difficult than others and we need to be okay with that, otherwise we are just setting ourselves up to fail – this is true for us as individuals, and for us as employers, whatever the size of our company. Wellbeing takes concerted effort but is worth that effort.

“What’s most important is that we as individuals and as employers know what wellbeing looks like and doesn’t look like and we take action – to be better, to feel better, to do better every day,” she says.

“Healthy leaders, be that mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually, make for healthy organisations.”

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