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How are your priorities aligned?

How are your priorities aligned?

Oct 5, 2020

The famous quote by the theologian, Albert Schweitzer, is something to behold in our current work environments. Happier employees tend to be more productive in their work and a great resource for their colleagues as well. In as much as happiness is a personal responsibility that requires the right frame of mind and attitude, most people do not have the tools to just decide to be happy. Mo Gaudut’s equation of happiness, ‘the way you see the events of your life and your expectation of how life should be’ rings very true to most people around the world. At WeBridge we see this equation as ‘your priorities (a direct reflection of your values) and how satisfied you are with the results and time spent on your priorities. If you consider an area of your life very important, yet very unsatisfied with the time you spend on it, then it is only a matter of time before the discrepancy becomes problematic. Thus, it is of utmost importance to know your priorities and to make sure they are balanced. That balance is different for each individual, but it is the foundation for sustainable peak performance. At WeBridge, we help companies rally around sustainable peak performance and balance in three easy steps:

  1. Discover the real employee needs. What are their most important priorities in life and their satisfaction vis-a-vis those priorities. Group the employees with similar needs.
  2. Connect individuals and employee groups with the best programs from our service database, that fit their wellbeing needs.
  3. Evaluate the success of those programs to show the real value of investment with ongoing monitoring.
Genuine happiness is contagious as much as a smile is. Let’s help our employees and colleagues find greater satisfaction in their priorities, in order to lay the foundation for sustainable peak performance. Remember that it is not how hard you work, but how productive you are while working.