Research revealed: why workplace well-being is key to company performance

Wednesday, March 31, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Rich Thompson, Senior Director of Global Research , The Myers-Briggs Company

We’ve experienced more workplace change in the last year than the whole last decade due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you ask the media, it’s caused social isolation, technology challenges, fear, and anxiety. But is that true? What can organizations do to really support employee well-being? This session will share the results of a five-year global study on workplace well-being and reveal research-backed, high–return on investment (ROI) ways HR professionals can manage and enhance workplace well-being in the new normal.

During this webinar, we will:

  • Review key findings of the workplace well-being study, including breakdown by age, gender, personality, occupation and country.
  • Discuss demonstrated, measurable ties between workplace well-being and organizational performance.
  • Identify research-based ways for improving well-being and specific strategies for improving workplace well-being that can be applied in any organization.


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Rich Thompson
Rich Thompson

Senior Director of Global Research, The Myers-Briggs Company

Richard Thompson has worked as an internal survey expert for the Federal Aviation Administration and is now the senior director of Global Research at The Myers-Briggs Company (formerly CPP). His primary responsibilities at The Myers-Briggs Company involve the revision, development, and maintenance of normal personality assessments for use in organizational training and development around the globe.

Richard conducts research focused on the development of new insights for application in organizations driven by assessment results. His recent work in this area has focused developing approaches to measuring ROI and in identifying relationships between personality type and employees working “virtually” in today’s organizations. During the last few years, his research has focused on exercise, healthy lifestyles, and workplace well-being along with strategies for improving people’s well-being at work.