A healthy company is peopled by employees whose collective whole is greater than the sum of their parts. When you reverse engineer successful companies, it comes down to each employee working at her or his full potential. Working at full potential means that employees are evaluating how their work is progressing, using what they’ve learned to improve, and having a sense of self and connection within their workplace.
A recent science-backed study by Harvard Business School revealed that employees who took just 15 minutes to reflect on their workday increased their performance at the office by nearly 25%.
What if you had a dedicated place for employees to voice sources of stress, explore, connect, and process desires, goals, fears and challenges? Ultimately, improving emotional intelligence?