Some of the most common reasons well-being initiatives fail:

  • Lack of metrics and measurement
  • Missing opportunities for feedback and shared accountability
  • Non-existent strategy or philosophy
  • Inconsistent leadership support
  • Low engagement

The role of the Chief Well-Being Officer is specifically designed to close these gaps. Ownership and oversight, from beginning to end, ensures well-being initiatives are:

  • Data-driven
  • Aligned with strategic business goals
  • A direct reflection of the needs of the people
  • Consistently reinforced by cross-functional leaders
  • Embedded into everyday ways of working

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