Employees today are prioritizing well-being more than ever before. Previously a “nice-to-have” benefit, employee wellness is becoming increasingly essential to an organization’s talent management strategy.
Effective talent management is key to business success. But attracting the right people to your organization is only the first step to meeting your business objectives. In order for employees to stay, they need to be happy, productive and know their employer cares about their well-being.
With the flexibility of working remotely, the market for top talent is more competitive than ever. Candidates are evaluating the culture and work-life characteristics of an organization before they even consider taking a job. So how can you focus on well-being as your talent management strategy? Learn more in our webinar with workplace wellness expert Mari Ryan.
Perhaps they’re not telling you directly, but many employees are suffering from imposter syndrome. In fact, studies show that 70% of people feel like an imposter, or someone undeserving of their role, at one point in their career. This tends to especially afflict high performers who put a lot of pressure on themselves to achieve (and who are probably burned out from the year we just went through).
Join Stella Grizont, Positive Psychology Expert and Executive Coach, to understand the mechanics of imposter syndrome and how it affects employees. Equip your organization with the right tools to help retain your talent and keep them energized, confident, and well.