Discover the Power of well-being at Work

Your journey to well-being at work starts at the top. We focus on your leadership team.

Creating your future fit culture that drives value, attracts talents and enables sustainable growth.

« Well-being at work is not about Wellness – it is about healthy performance »

Dr. Bernhard Kaumanns
Founder of Leaders who care AG

The importance of well-being on a job.

  • 57% of employees are seriously considering quitting their job for one that better supports their well-being.
  • And 62% are more likely stay, if their company better supports their well-being.

At Leaders who care we firmly believe that workplace well-being is the cornerstone of successful businesses in the 21st century.

Source: Deloitte analytics.

Why well-being

Discover the power of well-being at work

  • Keynotes
  • Executives impulse talks
  • Executive camp well-being experience

How to do

Change is a journey, not an event

  • Understanding your needs
  • Well-being assessment
  • Well-being strategy executive workshop
  • Well-being champions workshop
  • Well-being KPI board
  • Executive Coaching
  • Peer groups
  • Mentoring

What we offer

Your journey to well-being starts at the top

C-suite+ Journey
  • Diagnose-based, customized approach
Leadership team journey
  • Diagnose-based, customized approach

What is the cost of just continuing?

The majority of the world’s employees are “quiet quitting.”

Quiet quitting is what happens when someone psychologically disengages from work. They may be physically present or logged into their computer, but they don’t know what to do or why it matters. They also don’t have any supportive bonds with their coworkers, boss or their organization.

Nearly six in 10 employees fell into this category. And in Europe these numbers are even higher. In fact, they are the highest in the world! More than 7 out of 10!

When combined with actively disengaged employees, low engagement costs the global economy $8.8 trillion dollars, or 9% of global GDP.

Source: Gallup: State of the Global Workplace, 2023 report

Younger leaders are paving the way.

While all C-level decision-makers need to reexamine their approach to workforce well-being, our survey revealed that in many areas Gen Z and millennial executives are leading the charge. They were significantly more likely than their older counterparts to report that they’re prioritizing well-being and work-life balance for themselves and their people, and they were also more likely to say that they’re transparent with their workforce.

Leaders who belong to Gen X or Baby Boomer generations should take note of these differences and reflect on whether they could be doing more. It’s clear that some aren’t setting the right example for their workforce, they’re not focused on their own well-being, and they may not be taking the necessary steps to attract and retain talent.

Source: Deloitte analytics.

The benefits of positive leadership based on PERMA

At Leaders who care we work with the PERMA-Lead model based on the principles of Positive Psychology. The consequences of poor leadership in a workplace are numerous and costly.

It can hurt both the top and bottom lines as low job satisfaction among employees can lead to high turnover rates and a lack of productivity. This ultimately results in inferior customer retention and diminished profits.

Positive Leadership focuses on strengths

Positive Leadership is based on science and the results are measurable in several ways. It can truly affect how much the leaders and employees love their job and that improves the top & bottom line.

Positive Leadership is based on positive psychology which was pioneered by American professor and psychologist Martin Seligman. An important part of Positive Leadership is focusing on strengths rather than weaknesses. Therefore it’s important to differentiate between strengths and skills, reinforcing what already works and looking for where strengths can be bolstered even further.

Companies that implement Positive Leadership simply have a greater chance of competing in the future, and that’s exciting!

What can we do for you?

Contact us and let us talk about how to create your future fit culture.

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