Resilient businesses have systems in place to capture and replicate great practice and they continue to review and develop new processes that reflect change in time, technology and client needs.
Resilient businesses have processes in place that saves time, money and resources, they make changes and adapt to reduce frustration for their customers and staff as well as to protect the environment. Resilient businesses have systems and processes in place to improve functionality and tension for employees and they strive to stay relevant in their industry by meeting new and changing needs of the customers and staff. Resilient businesses value a culture of harmony, responsible communication, collaboration and respect. They consider the best interest of all and operate from a collaborative perspective.
Resilient businesses create space for honest dialogue among employees and customers and they foster good will, positive attitudes, respect and understanding. Resilient businesses promotes progress, growth, accountability, fun and well-being. Employees in resilient workplaces are happy, feel valued and can’t wait to get to work each day to make a difference. So I’ll ask the question again, is your business, company or organization resilient? If not, go on our website to complete the environmental wellness assessment to help you see how well you’re doing in this area of work and life.
To Your Wellness!
Joyce Odidison is founder of IWS Inc., a workplace wellness and resilience expert. Contact Joyce at www.interpersonalwellness.com for help on employee skill development, workplace wellness, resilience and conflict management.July 11, 2017 11:42 am