This quick guide states common challenges to crafting an operation plan for your organization’s wellness program.
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These resources will help you outline and organize your wellness initiatives as part of your strategic plan. You will learn about the key elements of developing your plan, from goal setting to evaluation.
This planning template will help you organize your strategic plan. Remember that plans are fluid, not rigid, and are to be used more of a guide in designing your well workplace initiatives. You will find that many of these items are required as part of the Well Workplace Award Application.
Awareness is growing about how the workplace environment, culture, and climate can influence the health and thriving of individuals and organizations. In this webinar, Dee Edington and Jennifer Pitts will examine how personal characteristics, personal practices and workplace factors can impact employee health. Because health is fundamentally social and complex, our solutions must be social,…
During the planning phase of a new or revised workplace wellness program, it’s important to anticipate some tough questions. To help you overcome this challenge, we’ve compiled a list of the most commonly asked questions when it comes to thinking through the design of the operating plan of workplace wellness programs.
In this expert interview with Josh Levine, a national expert who has worked with top technology firms to build high performing cultures, you’ll hear about the role of culture change in the success of the nation’s top companies. Want to start managing culture in your organization to improve employee health? Josh shares plenty of tips and tricks for defining, understanding and creating a great culture.
People often can become overwhelmed when thinking about changing culture, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. In this interview, Rosie and Jon present a blueprint that leverages their 7 Points of Transformation for building a thriving culture at work.
Traditional wellness programs have focused primarily on improving biometric markers among participants. While it is undeniable that our industry has done great work to improve health, this approach has yielded low program participation, questionable long-term gains and can be costly to implement. Fortunately, health promotion programs have begun to evolve and adapt a more holistic…