The corporate world we see today is more like a reinvented version of itself. In the last few years, some paradigm changes have redefined corporate practices in an unprecedented way. For instance, the corporate world is going increasingly remote or virtual. Who would have believed the possibility of it 10 years ago?
The faces of the workplaces are constantly revolutionizing, and they are becoming employee-centric. Businesses have now realized that in order to win the marketplace in the future, they have had to win in the workplace first. Talking about the future, we know that Gen Z and Millennials are the future of the corporate world. In fact, after millennials, Gen Z is the second-largest generation in the global workforce. As per predictions, it is estimated that Gen Z will contribute 30% of the workforce by 2030.
In the contemporary business world, it doesn’t matter whether you are an employer or an employee. You have your own stressors and issues to deal with on a daily basis. In the race to run behind all the tasks we have at work, we often forget to take care of our well-being. Well-being is a crucial part of living a healthy and prosperous life. Maintaining and taking care of your well-being does not only prevent health risks but also has many benefits in the workplace.
Employees are the essence of your organization, and their productivity and performance determine the overall growth and success of your organization. Given that, it is imperative for you to have a highly productive workforce. But, cultivating a productive workforce and maintaining employee productivity is not as easy as it seems. It requires actionable strategies that not only work at the superficial level but address the things that impact employee productivity at the core. Mental clarity, overall well-being, and energy level are some examples of things that affect employee efficiency. If your workforce doesn’t possess mental clarity or appropriate levels of well-being or energy levels, it is deemed to be unproductive or perform below its true potential. Now, the question is how to address these core factors that determine employee productivity? The answer lies in ‘Zen practices’.