I don’t know what’s going to happen to the economy or what course the coronavirus pandemic will take. But I’ve had time to reflect on what a new world order may mean for employee wellness and the future of work.
Here are 10 hopes, fears, and questions (not predictions):
1) We’ll re-frame “meaningful work” — I recently heard, in an interview, a worker who delivers tortillas to grocery stores poignantly articulate what will prevail as a fresh take on meaning and work: Continue reading »
I may not know the future of coronavirus or the future of the economy (see my previous post with 10 non-predictions about COVID, wellness, and the future of work), but one thing I feel certain about is that the future of work will be personalized. Business demands will require it. As such, I’m proud to offer an unpaid and wholehearted endorsement of the just published book Personalization at Work: How HR Can Use Job Crafting, to Drive Performance, Engagement and Wellbeing, by my friend and colleague Rob Baker. I just finished the book and it has already changed the way I work.
As Adam Grant said,
Job crafting is a skill every employee needs and every manager should value. This is the first book to bring research and practice together in an engaging way for HR professionals.,
Jozito’s Bob Merberg Served As Key Consultant For Innovative Emotional Well-Being Program
Mindfulness, Gratitude, Optimism, Connection, and more.
The Art of Living an Emotionally Healthy Life
I’m delighted to tell you about a solution to an employee well-being gap I’ve written about often — a solution just announced by my client, Health Enhancement Systems (HES)…
Work of Art is a program about the art of living an emotionally healthy life, featuring the personalization, quality, and spirit that only HES can deliver. As a consultant on the product, playing a major role with background research, content development, testing, and some feature design, the release of Work of Art — a program I’m certain will make a difference in the lives of workers and the organizations that employ them — is one of the proudest milestones of my career.
I urge you to learn more about Work of Art, and to pass this message along to your colleagues, because it may just be the most important employee wellbeing product of its time.