If you guessed eat right, exercise, and get 8 hours of sleep, you’re partly right, but in this instance we’re talking about the important work of managing a function charged with improving a population’s health and quality of life — which is only slightly more difficult than building the International Space Station.
But you do need to know how to get them. Here’s how:
Why not plan for an all-out January blitz to get more people than ever involved in your employee wellness program? You’ll have greater overall success with high initial participation — though it’s not the only measure — than low participation and high completion. Here are 5 steps:
Maybe you’re the problem.
When you consider the current well-being mantra — all about trusting, supportive environments — it’s ironic how many wellness folks we meet with a basic mistrust of colleagues. If you’re among them, and convinced it’s not your problem but theirs, maybe it’s time for closer examination of how you’re going about your business. Start by asking a few questions: