How to create an R U OK? Culture every day
The R U OK? Workplace Champions campaign will encourage more business leaders, owners and employees to build an R U OK? Culture in their workplace so that everyone feels safe, supported and encouraged.
The resources, including the R U OK? Workplace Champions Guide, promote peer-to-peer support and regular meaningful conversations amongst colleagues in the workplace.
For an R U OK? conversation to be meaningful it must be authentic and involve a level of trust between people who know each other and are familiar with each other’s routines and behaviours. Building an R U OK? Culture can help establish that trust and increase a sense of belonging and connection in your workplace.
R U OK? recognises that workplace initiatives are often effective when driven by ‘Champions’ within the workplace. Champions are the ‘beating heart’ of change and can be the motivating force to drive a commitment to an R U OK? Culture within a workplace. Our new resources will provide a framework to help R U OK? Workplace Champions tailor R U OK? messaging and activities for their workplace.
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