Rachel Baldi joins Christie Mann to recap the "Well-Being in the Workplace" series, and they talk about the highlights from each episode. If you haven't gotten a chance to listen to the past episodes in this series, this episode will help you get a quick overview so you can decide which one you want to listen to first.
They also issue calls to action so organizations can learn what steps they can take right away to begin placing well-being in the workplace as a priority.
In This Episode:
Having well-being as a strategy
Companies are trying to go back to a pre-pandemic flow, but that won’t work.
How well-being in the workplace enhances talent retention and attraction
The 5 Pillars of Well-being in the workplace
How to set the tone that well-being is important in the workplace
What a feedback loop is
How to help BIPOC employees feel like they have a seat at the table
Recapping the other episodes in this series
Quotations to Share:
“The organizations that are making an impact and they're really understanding, well-being is part of their overall business strategy.” ~Christie Mann
“The need for leaders to be able to have the skills to listen effectively, like really listen, not just pretend listening and to be able to support both on a cultural intelligence and an emotional intelligence level to their employees, anyone else, not just employees, but each other has been what has made people burnout less and feel equipped to be able to thrive more in these very difficult environments.” ~Rachel Baldi
“We can't compartmentalize the way we did pre-pandemic.” ~Christie Mann
“We can't go back to business as usual. People are still suffering. People are still burnt out. All of the circumstances are actually the same, if not more amplified. ~Rachel Baldi
“It shows that the organization cares because they're investing in their employees. They're saying, ‘Hey, we're not the experts in this. So we're going to bring in outside experts who are experts in each of the areas. And we're going to provide you support.’ To me, that is a big step for organizations to show that they care about their people.” ~Rachel Baldi
“Leadership development coach training helps to create a culture where people feel seen and are able to communicate and build relationships with each other.”~Rachel Baldi
“Coach training is a pillar of developing a culture of leadership. It's a pillar of creating a coaching culture. It's a pillar of creating a well-being culture. Gone are the days when a people manager can just get by talking about the work, their abilities, the results, and the performance.” ~Christie Mann
“No longer can these things [Diversity, Equity & Inclusion] be a project. They have to be integrated because they feed hand in hand.” ~Christie Mann
“I really believe that every individual wants to feel good at work and wants to contribute in a way that is meaningful.” ~Christie Mann
Rachel Baldi, CPCC, PCC is on a mission to empower and inspire those around her to lead their lives with conscious presence, authenticity, and responsibility. As an Interfaith Advocate + End-of-Life Coach, Rachel brings her knowledge and expertise in coaching, leadership development, project management, workshop design, and facilitation to act as a conscious bridge between people of different cultures, races, and religions to build healthy relationships.
About UpLevel Productions: Founded by Christie Mann, MA, CPCC, PCC, and Rachel Baldi, CPCC, PCC, UpLevel creates, produces, and delivers Transformative Experiences, Workshops, Training, Events + Media that develop leaders who make our world a healthier, more alive, and connected place to be. As Associate CTI Faculty Partners, UpLevel is licensed to sell, produce and deliver Co-Active coach training and leadership development programs around the world to support the transformational growth of individuals and culture inside the workplace and organization. www.uplevelproductions.com Instagram @uplevelproductions Facebook & LinkedIn @uplevelproductionscompany