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Organisations of the Future: Wellbeing is the New Wealth

As Ralph Waldo Emerson says ‘The first wealth is health’. Have you ever asked yourself: ‘What does it mean to me to be healthy?’ I certainly have, having struggled with a number of health issues over the years and taking my time to finally reach a point where I can say I feel healthy, I have often along the way, stopped to consider what it really means to be healthy. I have also been considering what is required in order to remain healthy! I discovered that being healthy and remaining healthy require far more than just ‘being free from illness or injury’ – as the Oxford Dictionary defines health. It doesn’t only mean not having to go to the doctor or perhaps not having to take medication, i

Organisations of the Future: Exceptional, Unprecedented, Extraordinary

Exceptional, unprecedented, extraordinary! Our future and our future workforce! It’s a paradigm shift. Re-engineering our teams for the future starts now. Never before has this need been greater, with the rapid advance of technologies and with shocking new stats revealing that our jobs could be killing us! Read the details at: Warning: Your job could be killing you. Desmond Tutu saying “My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together.”, couldn’t be more relevant for us to remember. This is the very truth that we need to come back to. When working with one another, no matter what part we play in our teams, we need to remind ourselves that we are all human and each team mem

Organisations of the Future: Human Flourishing

Eudaimonia is a Greek word meaning “human flourishing’ – a contented state of being happy, healthy and prosperous. Now isn’t this where we all want to be? To me, being human is the greatest gift because we are able to do so much, create so much, feel so much. We can experience friendship, love, kindness, concern, compassion, support and joy. Then, on our darker days, feel self-doubt, pain, fear, despair, hatred and sadness. Our capabilities are so vast. We are so beautifully and intricately made. In traditional Japanese aesthetics wabi-sabi (and no that’s not wasabi!), wabi-sabi means the “discovery of beauty in imperfection, the acceptance of both life and death.” It is a beauty that is imp

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