Organisational Diagnosis

When was the last time you looked into the “soul” of your organization?  

 An organisational diagnosis for your company can help you evaluate the wellbeing of your employees that can translate into the wellbeing of your company.

The soul of your organization is composed of all these souls that work for you – your employees. If this soul of your organizations is composed of their souls, and if they subsenquently encounter certain psycho-emotional difficulties, your organization may also suffer at some point.

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This suffering can translate into

Beside the personal factors in your employee’s life, their wellbeing can be affected by:

  • workplace stress;
  • job dissatisfaction;
  • toxic work environment;
  • lack of supportive leadership;
  • conflict and negative relationships;
  • inequitable treatment;
  • burnout;
  • imposter syndrome;
  • lack of psychological safety;
  • micromanagement;
  • isolation and loneliness;
  • work-life imbalance;
  • discrimination and bias;

When all of these are evaluated, a diagnostic of your organisation will be elaborated and an intervention plan will be implemented into your organisation with the aim of improving the quality of organizational life and of your employees.

The instruments used are focused on:

Learn about stress:

  • What is stress?
  • What causes it?
  • What are the signs of stress?
  • What is job stress?
  • What causes job stress?
  • Managing job stress.

Effects of stress:

  • Why is stress a problem?
  • Is there a link between stress & productivity?
  • How does stress affect my coworkers?
  • How can I cope with stress? – 3 important methods

Evaluating stress:

  • How do i evaluate self stress?
  • How well do I deal with stress?
  • What is my stress record? (Based on test evaluation)

Helpful topics of relieving stress:

  • How is problem solving used to manage stress?
  • How can I manage my time better?
  • How can I be more assertive?
  • Specific interventions for managing job stress
  • Strategies & ways to cope with stress in personal life
  • Strategies of an effective communication in the workplace
  • Individual psychotherapy for your employees if the problems they are facing cannot be solved the organizational context

Guilt can be another damaging emotion for your employees. Guilt and shame are similar constructs, in that both involve feeling bad about oneself.

Whan can guilt and shame do to your emoployees?

  • They become over responsible;
  • Over-conscientious
  • Over sensitive
  • Can immobilise them
  • Can overwhelm them
  • fear of doing, acting, saying or being wrong
  • inactivity & silence
  • interferes with decision making

How coping with guilt look like and will your employees learn?

Learning about guilt

  • What is guilt?
  • What causes it?
  • Is there a link between guilt and shame?
  • What can cause unhealty guilt?
  • What can guilt do to you?

Working with guilt

  • How to cope when coworkers lose their jobs?
  • Tips for coping when cowoerkers lose their jobs
  • Coping with guilt – 5 important methods

Helpful topics for relieving guilt

  • How to communicate more efficiently
  • How to manage self-esteem better
  • How to be more assertive

When all these are addressed together, the health of your company will improve, which will translate into:

  • Increased productivity
  • Happy employees
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Low costs related to mental and physical health

Remember: a happy employee is a productive employee.