Health Promotion In The Work Context, Beyond A Healthy Organizational Model

Mónica Mahecha Guzmán

Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas

Evelin Lizeth Silva Urrea

Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas

Fabiola Sáenz Blanco

Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas

Introduction:This article is a product of the research “Health and Psychosocial Well-Being in Organizations: Effectiveness of positive interventions to improve working life from Positive Psychology” carried out during 2016 and 2018 at Universitat Jaume I in Spain.

Problem: The changing conditions of the ecosystems, in which the organizations are immersed, correspond to the growing relationships between the different actors within and outside the organizational context. This constitutes a complex system, difficult to understand in the business context, making it difficult to act upon its structure for the generation of competitive advantages in the market, where the psycho-social construct of healthy organization is established as an emergency.

Objective:To offer an alternative solution to the theoretical divergence of building positive organizations.

Methodology: Development of a healthy organizational model, cellular type, based on a set of variables in which the GPTW and HERO models coincide, with the implementation of this structure, through a transit methodology that makes the objective of being the best place to work tangible.

Conclusion: Establishing a healthy organizational model of cellular structure allows for the perception of the organizational context through traceable and flexible variables that respond to internal and external labor changes.

Originality: The advances in relation to the psycho-social construct of the health organizations are limited due to multiple heterogeneous models, however, a homogeneous model is traced for the first time in this work, based on others that have been implemented in different entities.

Limitations: Establish an evaluation of the model to accurately adjust the relationship between variables.

Keywords: transit methodology, cellular organization, HERO, GPTW, healthy organizational model
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