At Thrive Family we recognise there are many dimensions to wellness including our mental health, which influences our emotional, psychological and social well-being. Impacting on how we think feel and act. It determines how we manage stress, relate to others, and make choices . It is important at every stage of life childhood to adulthood. When we feel wellness we can realise our abilities, cope with the usual stresses of life, work productively and fruitfully and make a contribution to our community. It is key to success in the workplace as your people are at the core of your business.
Companies Investing in mental wellness make themselves stronger.
It is now commonplace for high achieving professionals to look after their physical health but the same care is not always taken over their mental well-being. Singapore encourages hard work and long hours, but if your team is going to consistently deliver its best then a clear head and resilient nature is crucial, especially in challenging times.
Your wellness strategy needs to be addressing:
- Occupational issues – e.g. workplace stress, work-life balance and burnout
- Personal stress – health and family pressures
- Common mental health conditions – e.g. anxiety and depression
There is still some stigma surrounding mental health but this is gradually changing and those companies that respond to it in a sensitive and effective way will reap the rewards with healthier and more effective employees.
Our experience of working in organisations with international staff has enabled us to create an approach to meet the individual company’s needs this includes