If you want your employees to feel inspired, engaged and focused on your organization’s mission, you’ll need to focus on the key factors that are involved in everyone’s well-being.

According to Martin Zwilling for Inc.com and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, employee wellness encompasses these eight areas:

Physical health. You probably already understand this dimension, which includes how well your team members observe healthy living habits, including nutrition, exercise and rest — both on the job and outside the workplace.

Emotional stability. This relates to every team member’s ability to manage stress, control emotions, and cope with business and personal challenges.

Financial strength. Financial well-being is the ability of every team member to feel comfortable with the financial rewards provided by your organization.

Social interaction. Every person requires some level of positive human interaction with co-workers and others to be satisfied and productive. For you, this means providing a positive team culture, being a role model for good communication and creating a support network of colleagues.

Spiritual connection. This is all about the company values and purpose that give meaning and direction to your team. You need team members who understand and share these values if you want commitment and accountability from them.

Environmental safety. This begins with making every team member’s work environment a safe and enjoyable place to be, complete with a feeling of order and harmony.

Occupational satisfaction. As a leader, you can greatly influence this factor by not only providing the resources and training that allow team members to do their jobs better, but also appreciate the importance of their work.

Intellectual stimulation. Let your team members feel that they are constantly learning new things and allow them to share their talents through coaching and mentoring assignments. Delegate decisions and support their creative efforts through positive feedback and creative compensation. Ask for creative thinking and listen to feedback.