Podcast Ep. 8 – Third Wave: The Future of Work, Engagement, Well-Being & Inclusion

Feb 4, 2019

In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Devin C. Hughes talks about the positive impact of inclusive work environment as performance enhancers.

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The research is clear—positive and inclusive environments are performance enhancers. They are characterized by higher productivity, less turnover and more resilient cultures. Organizations with happy employees outperform the competition by as much as 202% . Happy and engaged employees are committed and passionate about the work they do, resulting in higher performance and lower turnover rates. Leaders who know how to cultivate positive emotion tap into an endless well of psychological capital – hope, optimism, confidence, resilience and belief – that has the power to keep people and teams innovating, creating value and more successful even in tough times. Attend and learn the real, tangible and actionable steps to building a better workplace culture, using a proven method for culture change

Learning Outcomes

  • Review the prevalence and cost of poor employee well-being and unhealthy culture.
  • Understand how Positive Psychology and Social-Emotional Intelligence impacts employee performance and organizational health.
  • Learn key strategies to improve communication and trust throughout your organization.

This Podcast is a replay of our January 24, 2019 webinar titled, “Third Wave: The Future of Work, Engagement, Well-Being & Inclusion.”

Devin C. Hughes is a highly sought after speaker, author (17 books), and mindfulness muse who speaks to a variety of leaders, groups, organizations, and teams who have a desire to break down enterprise-wide cultural barriers, improve personal/organizational performance and enhance communication through greater self awareness and understanding of one another.

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