To understand more in regard to this phenomena we spoke to Stuart Hayes, who is the owner and Chief Executive Officer of Stuart Hayes Leadership, an authority in how you can stabilize efficiency along with wellness in corporate settings.
To begin with Hayes asks leaders to contemplate the repercussions of stress in the work environment and compare that to the outcomes possible where well-being is present:
One: Performance of the Staff
Anxiety, stress and also pessimistic emotions results in workers attention being preoccupied and a reduction in mental clarity. On the other hand happier team members have more clarity and are a lot more switched on, purposeful and resourceful;
Two: Management of Public Relations
Tension and negative feelings can cause personnel to feel bitter or resentful and this may lead to a lowered level of dedication in critical customer support roles ...