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Narrower wellbeing focus boosts program traction

One strong focus area can be much more effective than a raft of well-intentioned programs when it comes to wellbeing, people leaders at an award-winning law firm say.

Lander & Rogers established a wellness committee a decade ago but started focusing specifically on resilience over the past four years, HR project manager Gemma Sharvin tells HR Daily.

"We wanted to focus on one key area, because what we found is we were trying to focus on too many things at once and you can't get results from that."

In the planning stage, the organisation conducted a survey asking what people wanted to improve in terms of wellbeing, and resilience emerged as a key area. It then partnered with The Resilience Project to develop an "authentic" approach that yielded results...

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