We don’t go to work to do a job every day. We go to work to live our lives. We like to segregate work from our “real” lives, but there is no difference. We can’t draw a line in the sand with work on one side and life on the other, there are no boundaries. Work will be there when we climb into bed at night and home will be there when we walk into work in the morning.
This is why ensuring people are happy, engaged, confident and proud at work is so important. The average person will spend thousands of days at work. Thousands. We all have a responsibility to make sure this time is not wasted simply checking boxes and making it to the end of the week. Let’s make sure we are all living the best lives we can – no matter where we are at the time.
A Team Human Conversation
Fight workplace zombies in your organization and join Team Human! Gather a group of fellow workplace zombie hunters to discuss our most recent blog post. Use the questions below to kick start your conversation.
Do you feel that your work and life are two separate things? Why?
How does work impact your life outside of it? And vice versa?
What can you do as a team and/or organization to ensure people are living their best lives at work?