As part of the Knowledge Exchange, TSK have collaborated with business psychologists Carter Corson on a new research paper, which looks at key factors in the workplace to support people and promote wellbeing.
The paper, Inspiring Workplace Wellbeing focuses on three vital components, People, Place and Purpose, that organisations should consider to improve employee wellbeing and make a positive cultural change.
Along with insightful case studies showcasing how leading organisations have implemented positive wellbeing in their workplaces, including Kellogg’s, Goldman Sachs and AJ Bell, the paper is a learning tool, helping organisations to:
- Attract and retain talent, improving their employee experience by fostering relationships to create a real sense of belonging.
- Consider the different workstyles and settings their employees may need to do their best work, to be the best.
- Provide opportunities for individuals to accomplish goals, challenge and motivate themselves in the workplace.
The Knowledge Exchange is a partnership of organisations specialising in different aspects of the workplace arena to share insight and stimulate debate. Starting out as a successful event series, the Knowledge Exchange is now developing publications and research, such as this, to support organisations and their people.
Craig Murray, Consultancy and Design Director at TSK, says, “The Knowledge Exchange is a fantastic hub of useful resources and tools for organisations to use to improve their workplaces. This first paper from the Knowledge Exchange demonstrates the importance of taking a holistic approach to wellbeing, showing how people, place and purpose come together to create a truly positive human experience in the workplace.”
The paper is available to everyone. Download your copy here.