What exactly is a wellbeing economy and how can we put it into practice?
What are the options and what is the path that makes sense in each particular business context?
‘The Business of Wellbeing: a guide to the alternatives to business as usual’ is a new publication launched today by WEAll. It aims to answer these questions, and to inspire decision makers at small- to mid-sized organisations to explore the wellbeing economy space.
- Analysis of the dimensions businesses need to deal with when trying to contribute to building a wellbeing economy, from leadership to accounting for impact;
- Case studies of pioneering businesses to inspire what’s possible;
- Expert views on how to navigate transformation;
- A self-assessment tool to help decision makers plan their next steps.
The guide was created through a participatory process, with a steering group of business and wellbeing economy experts.
Ten stakeholder interviews were carried out to gather input from different solutions providers and to give us insights on challenges facing decision makers.
The guide doesn’t aim to give a complete overview of solutions – but it does shine a spotlight on a selection of those we believe could be useful on your journey.
The guide was facilitated and co-designed with SenseTribe Consulting.
Download the PDF guide here – or explore extracts in our dedicated Business of Wellbeing web portal.
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