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Healthy people, relationships, and experiences

healthy work culture infographic

The core has healthy people with positive, productive behaviors (and less of the negative ones). The work culture supports and requires balance in their lives. 

Healthy people can build healthy work relationships filled with trust, respect, and rapport for everyone in the organization. 

Healthy relationships mean that leaders empower and encourage, not serve as judge and jury. Feedback is for nourishment and growth, not used as ammunition. Failures are understood and expected, not tabulated and recorded.


Healthy relationships mean teams function better because they embrace conflict, are committed to solving problems and will do the work to meet their goals. It is no longer about power struggles, politics, or turf wars. 

Healthy people, relationships, and teams are the foundation of a healthy work culture. One where you feel purpose in what you do and overall, you like where you work.

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