Tom’s story demonstrates how prioritising well-being is not just a nice-to-have; it’s key for success. When you prioritise your team’s well-being, you create a flourishing work environment. According to research by the American Psychological Association, employees who feel supported are more likely to be motivated, engaged, and committed to their work.
Mental well-being doesn’t stop at the individual level; it has a knock-on-effect on your team and organisation. When individual mental well-being flourishes, high-performing teams and healthy organisational culture forms.
In essence, these high-performing teams are the engines that drive organisational success. Caring for employee mental well-being is the cornerstone of a thriving, successful organisation.