The pandemic has exacerbated the impact of weaknesses in workplace culture on job satisfaction, burnout, and employee wellbeing. This trend has played out across industries in the form of a historical labor shortage, with employees citing burnout as one of the top reasons for leaving their organization.
As companies fight to retain talent and pivot into their post-pandemic strategies, leadership must evaluate the health of their workplace culture. However, due to the lack of existing systems, processes, skilled focus on behavior, and funding to support impactful healthy initiatives, employees and leadership alike are left to navigate tumultuous and unstable environments in isolation.
In response, the Behavior at Work Collaborative is launching its new initiative, Lifeboat, to throw a line to people interested in co-creating new awareness and models around healthy workplace cultures. Through this cohort model, we aspire to learn from each other through sharing experiences, generating new ideas, and practicing healthy behavior together to expand healthy practices for the post-pandemic workplace.
By engaging and inspiring each other we each come away enlivened, enriched, and energized so that we may share our experiences and aspirations beyond our circles of influence.
Lifeboat connects a collaboration of people who care about creating a healthy work environment and exploring how healthy and harmful behaviors impact culture to expand the impact.
The Lifeboat pilot model is a bidirectional mentorship, where we all learn from each other and harness vital insight regarding behavior/culture in real-world experience.
Lifeboat attracts various perspectives of people across industries and demographics who care about how we treat each other.
CHARTING NEW PATHS TO HEALTHY WORKPLACE CULTURE