If you answered ‘ineffective’: Then you need to do something differently. If your current Wellbeing strategy is not delivering an acceptable return on investment, e.g. you continue to experience low levels of employee engagement, something needs to change.
If you answered ‘I don’t know’: You are not the only one. Organisations often embark on Wellbeing ventures with unrealistic goals, or no goals at all. This makes measuring success virtually impossible, and that is why all Wellbeing strategies need to be designed with clearly defined outcomes and benefits in place to drive improvements in overall Wellbeing Culture.
If you answered ‘we don’t have one’: Then you should consider implementing one or risk being left behind. Employee wellbeing is strongly linked to organisational effectiveness and not having a strategy in place is costing business more than $10 Billion per year.
How do you Evaluate the Health of your Wellbeing Culture?
The Wellbeing Culture Maturity Model developed by Sentis, is designed to assess just how positive the culture around wellbeing is in your business: whether you have a wellbeing strategy and its effectiveness is a key indicator of your Wellbeing Culture’s maturity. The model also shows what the progression of Wellbeing Culture Maturity looks like so that improved organisational effectiveness can be achieved.
The higher an organisation’s Wellbeing Culture Maturity, the better that organisation is likely to score on key employee metrics such as:
So, is it time to Evaluate the Health of your Wellbeing Culture?