Wellbeing progress should be the main objective of societies. We are shifting to a model that is wellbeing centric; the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, global macroeconomic conditions and geopolitical conflicts have expedited that shift. Wellbeing is a holistic concept that can allow Nations to increment not only their economic potential, but also contribute to build a whole, healthier, and happier life for their citizens.
Measuring and implementing wellbeing policy can positively impact people, the planet, and business thus creating a win-win scenario for regenerative progress. WOHASU’s pro bono initiative in collaboration with the World Wellbeing Movement, the World Wellbeing Policy Forum is an invitation-only gathering that focuses on promoting an international dialogue that supports strategies and exchanges of global information on how to improve wellbeing around the world. This aim should be a central part of substantive government, NGO, and enterprise agendas.
The role of organizations, corporations and governments are fundamental in this scheme, and leadership in this realm is needed now more than ever. This is why we invite members of the public and private sectors to collaborate in knowledge sharing and development of holistic solutions to complicated challenges. Economic performance is important, as is progress in the fields of wellbeing including environmental and social sustainability, policy implementation, and workplace wellbeing.