Leading Wellbeing Well

Leading Wellbeing Well

Practical tips from inspiring Leaders to build a healthy culture.

One of the things we love about working here at thriving is that we get to work with inspiring leaders.  The sort of people who have the ability to reach inside you, light a fire, give you energy, make you feel valued and special.

Have you noticed that often, if the person leading is stressed, quite soon it can spread to others, almost like it becomes contagious. We’ve found that the same is also true, if leaders are thriving, that also becomes contagious!

In this video Mark introduces you to two leaders who we believe are excellent role models when it comes to wellbeing.  They both think about the wellbeing of their people, they care about them and they do things to help them..

In this video you’ll discover what these leaders do for:

  • themselves,
  • 1 to 1 with individuals
  • with their teams
  • and culturally across their organisation..

…to lead wellbeing well!

We’d love to learn what you found most useful, please share your comments below.

We look forward to seeing you next month and in the meantime..

Continue to stay safe, be well and thrive!

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  1. Ann-Reply
    5th November 2020 at 5:06 am

    Another qreat video Mark. It’s so true that the how leaders show up has a huge impact on their teams and organisations! I’m going to try to be more mindful of this in my own life!

    • Mark-Reply
      5th November 2020 at 2:18 pm

      Thanks Ann

  2. Ben-Reply
    5th November 2020 at 5:16 am

    The part about vulnerability in leadership really stood out to me… Anytime a direct superior opened up to me about their own issues, it made me work even harder for them. It also provided a permission space for me to share any challenges I was having. Thanks for sharing Mark!

    • Mark-Reply
      5th November 2020 at 2:18 pm

      We respect our leaders for their capability but we connect with them because of their vulnerability.

  3. Gemma-Reply
    5th November 2020 at 12:08 pm

    Great film Mark, thank you for sharing. It’s so easy to say “make time for you” or “focus on your wellbeing” to others but walking our talk and doing the things we know help our own wellbeing is vital, it also demonstrates that it’s not just words… we believe in it.

    • Mark-Reply
      5th November 2020 at 2:17 pm

      I couldn’t agree more Gemma!

  4. Paula Rawlinson-Reply
    9th November 2020 at 9:15 am

    Great video with Tony and Nicole two inspiring individuals, brilliant to hear what they have been doing and loved the ‘be kind to yourself’ comment. As a team we have been very open and honest which has been very supportive and brought us even closer. We all look out for and check in with individuals. Personally I have continued my exercise regime and also go for a walk first thing every morning, no matter the weather, this has really helped me and is my time. Making time for ourselves is as important as being there and making time for others. Thank you

    • Mark-Reply
      9th November 2020 at 9:21 am

      Paula, great to hear that you’re looking after yourself and are being so open and honest with your team.

  5. Darren Newton-Reply
    23rd November 2020 at 9:19 am

    Great video, with the current state of the world, it has never been more important to have the ability to attend to our own well being, which will in turn help others and that can certainly filter through a work place.

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