How leaders can support their team members' well-being at work

03/19/2012 | Driving Results Through Culture blog

Many employees do not feel their workplaces are psychologically healthy and supportive, according to a survey. It's up to business leaders to reverse the trend by focusing on employee well-being as well as job performance, Chris Edmonds writes. That means fostering an environment that produces positive emotions and meaningful engagement. "Organizational leaders should strive for a work environment that is seen as psychologically healthy in every way by 100% of [its] members," Edmonds writes.

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