How do you do wellness?
Workplace wellness is a complex, potentially useful venture that can either energize your employees and earn you their devotion or alienate them even further. A smart workplace wellness initiative must start with a comprehensive, data-driven strategic plan.
As a business leader, your goal should be to see wellness clearly as a series of connected ideas, adventures, and expeditions that move away from things that you do “to” your employees (HRAs and biometrics) and toward things that you do “with” them and “for” them. Lots of companies talk a good game about how theirs is a service culture, but the service culture must transcend just great client or customer service to embracing excellent employee service.
No one can make these ideas come alive the way that Al Lewis and I can. Click here to learn more about how Al Lewis and I can help you leave convention behind and move toward a workplace wellness vision that is at once less intrusive and proscribed, but, ironically more encompassing and animated than what workplace wellness looks like today. Culture change is hard, but, when done well there is arguably nothing more powerful to propel your employees and your organization forward.
To understand whether your current wellness strategy is providing value, or to build one that will, click here.
Words to live by
In the end, more than freedom, they wanted security. They wanted a comfortable life, and they lost it all – security, comfort, and freedom. When the Athenians finally wanted not to give to society but for society to give to them, when the freedom they wished for most was freedom from responsibility, then Athens ceased to be free and was never free again. — Edward Gibbons, 18th Century British Historian