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Dear CEO’s, I understand you’re busy, but you’re losing money!

April 15, 2024by admin0

Burned-out workers are both unhappy and unproductive. People suffering from burnout are deeply anxious and unfulfilled in their work, and that makes them less likely to perform at their best-and more likely move on. Phoenix provides services that help employees manage their stress and anxiety. 


Here are ten signs that your team may benefit from a wellness experience:

  • Increased Stress Levels: If team members are exhibiting signs of high stress, such as tension, irritability, or burnout, it may indicate the need for stress-relief activities and relaxation techniques.
  • Decreased Morale: A decline in team morale, evidenced by low motivation, disengagement, or negativity, suggests that team members may benefit from activities that boost morale and promote positivity.
  • Poor Work-Life Balance: If team members are struggling to maintain a healthy work-life balance, leading to exhaustion or feelings of overwhelm, it may be time to introduce strategies for promoting balance and self-care.
  • High Turnover Rates: A pattern of turnover within the team may indicate underlying issues with job satisfaction or workplace culture that could be addressed through wellness initiatives aimed at improving employee retention.
  • Low Productivity: Decreased productivity, missed deadlines, or an increase in errors may be signs of mental or physical fatigue, signaling the need for activities that enhance focus, concentration, and overall well-being.
  • Increased Absenteeism: A rise in absenteeism due to illness or stress-related issues may indicate that team members are experiencing health challenges that could be addressed through wellness programs aimed at supporting physical and mental health.
  • Lack of Cohesion: If there is a lack of cohesion or teamwork within the team, evidenced by communication breakdowns, conflicts, or cliques, it may be beneficial to introduce team-building exercises or bonding activities to foster connection and collaboration.
  • Difficulty Coping with Change: Difficulty adapting to change or uncertainty may suggest that team members could benefit from resilience-building activities and strategies for managing stress and uncertainty.
  • Health-related Concerns: Concerns related to sedentary behavior, poor nutrition, or lifestyle-related health issues among team members may indicate the need for wellness initiatives aimed at promoting healthy habits and behaviors.
  • Feedback from Team Members: Finally, if team members express a desire for wellness initiatives or provide feedback indicating that they would benefit from activities focused on well-being, it’s important to listen to their input and consider implementing relevant programs or resources.

When we don’t invest in our team’s wellbeing we welcome burnout! Burnout impacts productivity and productivity lowers revenue! Addressing these signs proactively by implementing wellness experiences can not only improve the overall health and well-being of your team but also enhance productivity, morale, and job satisfaction


Shift your mindset and invest in your team today. Contact Tamar & begin your team’s wellness journey today.


Tamar Draughn, LPC

CEO/Owner, Phoenix Wellness Solutions

CEO/Owner, MindfulTay

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