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This article is a theoretical discussion that seeks to describe the pillars that literature has identified as cornerstones for an organization to be positive meanwhile showing concern for its workers’ well-being. Four elements are proposed in this paper: the implementation of healthy organizational practices to contribute to the well-being (B) of employees; the (E) focus on positive leadership that involves feedback, communication, and goal setting; the presence of positive environments (A) for workers and meaningful work (T). The elements are integrated into the acronym BEAT (in Spanish). The presence of the components associated with a positive organization will generate greater well-being for workers with positive outcomes for organizations. The BEAT model allows the workers of an organization to evaluate their work, the relationship with their colleagues and leader, as well as the organization. Knowing the pillars of worker well-being within the firm will provide companies with the possibility of measuring and improving those pillars to achieve better organizational results.

Mario Toledo, Universidad Tecmilenio

Filiación: Investigador. Universidad Tecmilenio, Instituto de Ciencias del Bienestar y la Felicidad. Monterrey, Mexico, email mc.toledo@tecmilenio.mx, Formación: Licenciado en Psicología. Maestro en Psicología Aplicada. Universidad de Monterrey, Monterrey, México

Iván Guerrero

Filiación: Líder Académico. Universidad Tecmilenio, Instituto de Ciencias del Bienestar y la Felicidad. Monterrey, Mexico, email ivan.guerrero@tecmilenio.mx, Formación: Licenciado en Psicología, Maestro en Educación. Universidad de Regiomontana, Monterrey, México

Rosalinda Ballesteros-Valdés

Filiación: Directora de Instituto. Universidad Tecmilenio, Instituto de Ciencias del Bienestar y la Felicidad. Monterrey, México, email rballest@tecmilenio.mx, Formación: Maestría en Psicología Aplicada, Doctora en Estudios Humanísticos. Tecnológico de Monterrey, Monterrey, México

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