Souls and Circus,
using art and culture
to boost employee
Happier employees are more engaged. And engaged employees show increased productivity as well as a far lower rate of absenteeism from work. A healthy work environment matters. A positive work culture encourages employee friendships, improves personal well-being, and ultimately benefits your work culture from depreciating.
Why is this important for corporate culture?
Here are some important things to know!
The relationship between employee happiness, employee engagement, and employee performance has been clearly established through numerous research studies.
1. Happier employees are more engaged.
2. A positive work culture encourages employee friendships, improves personal well-being
3. A sense of community at work is important.
4. Happy employees are less stressed.
There was a time when the idea of a positive work environment involved putting greens, foosball tables, and group employee activities. But times have changed, and the focus now is on well-being.
Corporate culture is like a plant, you need to always add new fertilisers.
Who are the souls?
The souls are you and I, we and them, him and her. The one that lives, acts, and reacts. The leader and the follower. It is our whole and the truth in us. It is as if the whole humanity is encapsulated in you and in me.
What is the circus?
The circus is our field of where we create expression. It could be the chess board, the canvas or the stage. It is where we express our feelings, thoughts, strengths and weaknesses. It is where the colour meets the shape, and the shape finds its colour. Where the dance loses the movement, and where the move finds its true language.
Promoting wellbeing can help prevent stress and create positive working environments where individuals and organisations can thrive. Good health and wellbeing can be a core enabler of employee engagement and organisational performance.
“ We have a culture where we are incredibly self critical, we don’t get comfortable with our success.”
“ Being a great place to work is the difference between being a good company and a great company. ”
“ True leadership stems from individuality that is honestly and sometimes imperfectly expressed… Leaders should strive for authenticity over perfection. ”