A "Total Wellbeing Summit" focuses on holistic well-being, encompassing various aspects of wellness. WHO quotes, “Health is a state of complete physical, mental & Social Well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”, this doesn’t just confine to individuals but organizations as well.
In unprecedented times, maintaining the financial stability of individuals and businesses is crucial to mitigate stress, anxiety, and related psychological challenges. However, it's imperative to adopt a more comprehensive perspective on health and well-being, considering broader aspects such as social, physical, occupational, and spiritual well-being. This holistic approach is essential to ensure a well-rounded sense of well-being within an organization, ultimately driving productivity and performance.
There has been increased awareness amongst masses, stigma continues to play a key role in inhibiting reach or access to care. Organisations today, have the greater responsibility of not only empowering employees by providing access to resources, but going beyond to identify, highlight, and prevent behaviours that could contribute to adverse effects amongst the workforces.
For HR leaders and the wider HR functions, this presents a significant opportunity to take a leading role in guiding organizational leaders through change and aligning strategies to navigate turbulent times effectively.
The Total Wellbeing Summit will delve deeply into the elements that can make your well-being programs more comprehensive, adaptable, personalized, and equitable, particularly in times of instability. Along with that, we will also release Knowledge Paper on “Impact of social media on Mental Wellbeing”.