Organizational Well-Being & Employee Resilience Expert, Coaching Service Update
The arrival and eventual relenting of the pandemic in tandem with fragmented remote/hybrid and in-office workplace cultures continue to challenge employee well-being. Companies are reporting an increase in sick leave requests, a decrease in employee engagement, and higher turnover, all of which are impacting productivity. Dr. Erika Wichro, an expert in personal and business development is expanding her services to help companies get to the root of their difficulties to create a motivated, healthier, more resilient workforce.
More information is available at https://www.drerikawichro.com/work-with-me
“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity,” says the World Health Organization in its constitution preamble. Dr. Wichro’s philosophy and approach to personal and professional well-being is the mirror image of these insights. With newly expanded services, Dr. Wichro helps business leaders improve holistic wellness across their organizations.
“My biggest satisfaction is to be of service to others and to help them recognize their potential so they can tap into their power,” says Dr. Wichro. “When employees have a greater appreciation of their value and companies prioritize organizational well-being, incredible things can happen.”
A recent global study conducted by AON notes 38 percent of today’s companies want to improve employee well-being. Thirty-seven percent want to improve retention and attraction, and 22 percent want to improve their operational performances as they relate to society and the environment (ESG).
With a speciality in global health (including clinical, medical, psycho-social, and organizational health), capacity building among staff and stakeholders, and strategy development at the operational, policy, and procedural levels, Dr. Wichro helps HR and company leaders examine the well-being of their workforce to identify the disconnects. This can include employee work-life balance, employee benefits and potential stigma against personal health management, and the role an organization’s culture might unwittingly be playing in increased employee burnout.
As multi-award-winning health specialist, Dr. Wichro was named the Top International Public Health Expert in 2020, the Top Empowered Woman in 2021, and Top Humanitarian in 2022. Her book, Top 50 Fearless Leaders made the best-seller list in 2022, and Dr. Wichro was featured on the cover of the Top Industry Professionals Magazine and displayed on the Times Square Billboard in 2020, and 2021 respectively.
With a recent expansion in services, Dr. Wichro is now available to help companies in crisis improve organizational wellness and employee motivation for increases in overall productivity and profitability.
Learn more at https://www.drerikawichro.com
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