To learn more about this we spoke to Stuart Hayes, who is the owner and CEO of Stuart Hayes Leadership, a guru in guiding business leaders in how to stabilize performance together with wellness in corporate and small business settings. To begin, Hayes asks leaders to think about the effects of stress and anxiety in the workplace and compare it with the outcomes achievable where well-being is sustained:
Number One: The State of Morale
Tension and also negative emotions result personnel turnover. Contrast this with more satisfied people and youll find they feel more 'linked' to both their company and colleagues, and so usually stay put longer;
Number Two: Alignment to Business Strategy or Strategic Adjustment Initiatives
Tense or pessimistic employees unlikely to affiliate themselves with the teams game plan.