Our first two Learning Circle groups got together in February and March to discuss what it takes to create healthier, higher-performing cultures in the workplace. We had a lot of good discussion around the results of the Work Well Hawai’iSM Assessment and got to learn from each participant about what’s important to their organizations when it comes to workplace wellness culture and their purpose for focusing on workplace wellness culture. It was a good opportunity to network with each other and gain insight on how fellow assessment completers approach workplace wellness.
If you haven’t taken the Work Well Hawai’iSM Assessment we encourage you to do so to gain insight on what your organizations strengths and weaknesses are when it comes to workplace wellness.
What was the most valuable thing you learned about your organization from taking the Work Well Hawai’iSM Assessment?
“Finding the results led me to believe that we have a lot we’re doing, but we can be doing a lot more to be helping our people.”
— Mark Nishiyama, Kamaaina Kids
“The meshing of organizational purpose and personal purpose was the biggest insight for me. We need to make our purpose clear on what Hawaii Gas means to our customers and how a sense of purpose relates to the well-being of our employees.”
— Pam Moore, Hawaii Gas