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Organizational Wellbeing. A Journey into Organizational Health. Journey. that has a high-level of well-being. Characteristics of an Organization. Wellbeing : the state of being happy, healthy, or prosperous : welfare Merriam Webster. Organizations and Health.

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    1. Organizational Wellbeing A Journey into Organizational Health

    2. Journey

    3. that has a high-level of well-being Characteristics of an Organization

    4. Wellbeing: the state of being happy, healthy, or prosperous : welfare • Merriam Webster

    5. Organizations and Health

    6. Looking at Wellness Differently

    7. Gallup Study of Wellness

    8. Gallup Findings

    9. Gallup Findings

    10. OWLS • Organizational Health Assessment Tools: • Employee surveys • Culture audits • Workshops • Coaching at all levels • Team retreats • Design of assessment or performance • Appraisal systems • Policy development

    11. The Learning Organization

    12. CNR Study Studied Organizational Wellness 6 dimensions of wellness

    13. CNR Study Studied Organizational Wellness 6 dimensions of wellness

    14. The Advantage Organizational Health Qualitative data and theory Strongly validated by business case Compilation of works and practice

    15. The Advantage “An Organization has integrity – is healthy – when it is whole, consistent and complete, that is, when its management, operations, strategy and culture fit together and make sense.” - Patrick Lencioni –The Advantage

    16. Two Requirements For Success

    17. Six Questions for Leadership • Why do we exist? • How do we behave • What do we do? • How will we succeed? • What is most important right now? • Who must do what?

    18. Happy Notably fitting, effective or well–adjusted - Merriam Webster Definition # 2

    19. Is it the organization’s RESPONSIBILITY to make employees happy?

    20. “Built Environment” It is the organizations RESPONSIBILITY to provide a safe, constructive environment where people know their goals, have the resources to accomplish their goals, be productive and thrive.

    21. Health Health is the level of functional or metabolic efficiency of a living being. In humans, it is the general condition of a person's mind, body and spirit, usually meaning to be free from illness, injury or pain (as in "good health" or "healthy").[1] - Wikipedia

    22. Leadership Satisfaction Results Physical Health Mental Health

    23. Lifecycle development

    24. A Learning Organization?

    25. Organizational Happiness?

    26. Cohesive Leadership Team?

    27. The “OWIE”

    28. Development

    29. Learning

    30. Happiness

    31. Health

    32. Prosperity

    33. The Bottom Line

    34. Conclusion As more organizations move toward “wellness” models to impact cost and employee wellbeing, does it also make sense to look toward the overall organization’s wellbeing instead of waiting for problems to necessitate a reaction?

    35. "There is a positive feedback loop between individual health and overall organizational health ...” - OWLS

    36. References • Eliyahu M. Goldratt. Critical Chain. (1997) ISBN 0-88427-153-6 • Requisite Organization: Total System for Effective Managerial Organization and Managerial Leadership for the 21st Century (London: Gower, 1997) ISBN 0-566-07940-2 • IchakAdizes, Ph.D. (1988). Corporate Lifecycles: how and why corporations grow and die and what to do about it. Prentice Hall, Paramus, New Jersey. • Peter Senge 1990, The Fifth Discipline: The art and practice of the learning organization, Doubleday, New York, 1990.

    37. Patrick Hiester, MA, LPC; Dani Kimlinger, MHA, PHR BizPsych| www.BizPsych.com