Develop Your Wellness Program From the Ground Up or Supplement It With Workshops, Monthly Challenges or Leadership Retreats
In cultivating a work-life balance, employers are seeking greater results by placing an emphasis on preventive care and overall employee wellness, workplace satisfaction, as well as life enrichment programs. It’s clear that investment in a wellness program delivers positive results. Hence, Holistic Corporate Wellness Programs are a demand in Corporate America today.
We've been involved in the Wellness industry since 1983. Starting out in the fitness industry, competing in body building and teaching packed classes for over 30 years, we transitioned to meet the needs of Corporate America incorporating our philosophy of impacting one person at a time, so that they may in turn impact hundreds. We are all bio-individual, yet come together as one, in mind, body and source when we work within the corporate umbrella. We specialize in creating custom-tailored, interactive keynotes to engage and impact large conferences to small workshops to meet the needs and criteria of your corporate culture to support:
“Stress Management Made Simple”
Stress is the number one issue impacting employee productivity. The annual cost of employee stress in terms of lost productivity is more than $300 billion for American employers. The impact of employee stress reduces their own productivity and can affect co-workers, employee morale, absenteeism and your business. Using assessment tools, goal setting, study guides, and personal coaching, our stress management plan focuses on stress with an emphasis on changing attitudes, expectations and methods of coping.
“Health Eating at Work”
We can oversee onsite meal programs, recipes for home use, cooking demonstrations, meal portions, making healthy choices, monthly competitions
"Kicking Unhealthy Habits To The Curb" (i.e.,: Smoking, Drinking, Anger) with coaching programs and workshops.
29 percent of American employees are obese. Medical costs for these employees are 77 percent higher than for their healthy-weight co-workers. For many, weight management is an ongoing, life-long struggle. My system is a non-diet approach to weight management with a focus on multiple lifestyle behaviors including nutrition habits, exercise, and lifestyle practices. The emphasis is on long-term, personalized support. It's always fun to have competitions, host outings, leadership retreats and weekend bootcamps.
These programs, along with others crafted exclusively around your specific needs, will:
- increase productivity
- increase employee moral
- boost perception of workplace satisfaction
- decrease absenteeism
- reduce the need for medical care increase employee’s desire to live a healthier lifestyle.
Shared success stories to inspire such as:
- Improving quality time with children.
- Losing weight and encouraging,“If I can do it, you can too!”
- Changing their evening routines to get more quality sleep, which increased their energy for work and life.
- Incentives based on participation awareness and bring attention to offerings.
A Culture of Wellbeing.
Innovative organizations are moving towards a more organic “culture of wellbeing” that takes into account the social, psychological, and physical health of employees, in the belief that such programs will engender a more positive and productive workforce that will boost the bottom line.
This holistic approach requires that the calculations for “return on investment” (ROI) for wellness programs go far beyond how well they reduce health care costs. Companies committed to nurturing a culture of wellbeing look for low turnover rates, a wider choice of top candidates for job openings, fewer absences, and increases in sales and productivity. They measure job satisfaction, recruitment, and retention of workers.
Combines a wide range of initiatives, opportunities and incentives designed to help employees achieve their “well-being goals” in five broad areas: Career, Social, Financial, Community and Physical.
Creating a culture of health at work does not have to cost a lot of money, but it does require a deep commitment from the CEO down. Research on what makes a really great worksite wellness program continues, with efforts funded by the Center for Disease Control and other groups that strive to identify the most valuable elements of healthy workplaces.
Fitness, like safety and quality, requires an “enterprise,” rather than a tactical solution. Businesses have the power to help support employees and their families not only at work, but also away from the 9-5 world. Buy in and support from all levels in an organization are critical to success. Removal of barriers; providing adequate time and physical enhancements like walking paths, bike racks, space for group yoga, or other fitness activities; and most importantly seeing senior leadership “walking the walk” will empower employees to make the right decisions about their personal wellness and other behavioral choices, as well.