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Describe ways to contribute to an environment that promotes well-being
The physical environment is perhaps the most important factor that should be considered when classifying the well-being of an individual. [ [ This includes factors such as clean water and air, safe houses, communities and roads all contribute to well-being. 1. Positive work culture Create a positive work culture. A positive work culture is one with clear vision and purpose and where staff are
aware of their individual contribution. This enables staff to be engaged with the success of the company. Staff do not generally become truly involved with the aims and successes of the organization without being encouraged and enabled to do so. Where staff support each other and feel valued this tends to generate and maintain an atmosphere of confidence. This is developed by: Having a clear business purpose and ensuring this is communicated throughout the organization. Effective and ongoing communication between all levels of the organization. Particularly, senior management must be accessible to all staff, especially those on the front line (typically 'customer facing', or 'factory floor' employees), so that concerns and issues are exposed and transparent, rather than staying buried and hidden, which is often the case in organizations with a less-than-open (typically) X-Theory communications culture and management style. Ensuring that any conflict issues that arise are dealt with appropriately and quickly, while acknowledging confidentiality and differences in points of view. Providing opportunity for training and personal development. Encouraging teamwork through relevant training, exercises, rewards or recognition. See the specific ideas for developing a more positive work environment below. 2. Organizational management structure Flat simple management structures enable better management of staff wellbeing and stress prevention/reduction. ]
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