Leading and supporting teams in the future of work can feel overwhelming, particularly if you're unsure where to begin.
In episode 28 of the Learning with Go1 podcast, Go1’s Head of Social Impact Dr Cam Cliff takes the reigns as host for a conversation around humanising the workplace and creating a safe environment where people can thrive.
Joined by Head of Consulting at Bailey & French Anthony Fitton, the pair explore the current landscape when it comes to wellbeing within organisations, and how leaders can embrace their authentic selves to inspire a culture of inclusivity and belonging.
Check out some of our favourite highlights below.
Knowing where to begin in developing an engaging workplace culture is where many organisations get stuck. Anthony dives into a common question he gets asked when it comes to building a case for wellbeing within the workplace.
In a world where things are constantly changing, people are burning out and losing focus. To become more effective at motivating and guiding others, organisations need to embrace a wellbeing culture and think more about the human experience, as Anthony explains below.
Leaders who relate to their teams and inspire effective action are important to business success. Anthony discusses what organisations can reasonably do in the next couple of years to create more human ways of working.
Being an authentic leader means people buy into your vision, people respect and trust you. People feel like they can be themselves and bring their own true selves to work. One could say that embracing authenticity is the key to unlocking a more engaged and innovative workforce.
Anthony explains how authenticity can be a positive driving force in creating psychologically safe working environments below.
If you haven't already, you can listen to the full podcast here to learn more.
Stay tuned for part two next week where Cam and Anthony continue this important discussion around humanising the workplace for the future of work.
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