Wellbeing & How to Improve It - Mental Fitness: Converge International - Page 27



We are committed to complete
privacy and confidentiality of all
individuals’ data with nothing
being sold to third parties.
We are equally committed, as part of our corporate
social responsibility, to using the information we gather
through aggregated and anonymous data to continue to
do our own research that aims to improve the wellbeing
of all people, by understanding how activities, life stress,
workplace factors and wellbeing interact.
RECOMMENDATIONS
FOR ORGANISATIONS
Assessing wellbeing and mental fitness is a valuable first
step in any organisation’s Wellbeing Strategy.
It is difficult to target effective interventions without
knowing what your people are struggling with.
Rather than a “one-size-fits-all” resilience training
approach, decomposing the elements of mental fitness
allows organisations to understand whether low
wellbeing is coming from lack of quality sleep, social
disengagement and loneliness, financial stress, a negative
mindset, poor nutrition or the lack of a sense of purpose.
Armed with this information, organisations have a much
better chance of seeing real impact and change flowing
from their Wellbeing Strategy.
WELLBEING AND HOW TO IMPROVE IT | A WHITE PAPER FROM CONVERGE INTERNATIONAL | 2020
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