Is your organisation divided by business functions and geography? Are you looking to create a culture that’s unified, inclusive and engaging?
If so, our latest case study is a must-read. It features Community Housing Limited, a non-profit with offices across inter-state Australia, Timor and Chile.
Lee-Anne Walsh, Business Transformation Manager in Community Housing’s Corporate Services Department, explains: “The objective was to become ‘one’ organisation, with a common aim and a consistent culture that employees and leadership could buy into.”
And buy-in they did.
After participating in the Virgin Pulse Global Challenge, Community Housing found:
80% of employees were more aware of the organisation’s commitment to wellbeing and culture
59% of employees reported an increase in either their productivity or concentration
“It created a happier, more productive workforce because people were talking and communicating,” explains Lee-Anne. “It was a priceless opportunity for us to connect in an engaging way.”
To find out how the Virgin Pulse Global Challenge gets results like these – and how it can work for you – download the case study.