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Wellbeing at Work with Jim Harter

Wellbeing at Work with Jim Harter

Update: 2021-07-26
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Wellbeing. It’s important for you personally, and with only 20% of the workforce engaged, it is important for your team. Jim Harter is Ph.D. is Chief Scientist for Gallup’s workplace management and wellbeing practices. He is also the co-author, with Jim Clifton, of Wellbeing at Work: How to Build Resilient and Thriving Teams. He joins Kevin to discuss the 5 essential elements of wellbeing (career, social, financial, physical, and community). Trust may start at the top but happens at the local level. As a leader, you have the most influence on your team. You can have conversations about work/life integration and help improve overall wellbeing, leading to successful teams.

In this episode, Jim shares:

  1. The 5 elements of wellbeing and importance for leaders.
  2. Risks to wellbeing.

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13 Days to Remarkable Leadership, a free leadership video series based on Kevin’s book, Remarkable Leadership.

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