Success comes from supporting and inspiring leadership within organizations to lead by example, embed a strategic approach to wellness, take preventative measures, promote wellness and create programs and activities. Leadership commitment covers the overall operations and corporate culture.
Holistic, integrated and comprehensive approach to wellness
Assess current workplace health activities and organizational policies and practices to discover wins and existing gaps.
Engagement comes from empowering leaders at every level to emerge with creativity and new ideas to support and promote a healthy culture. Organizations that care for their employees often create positive working conditions, attract talent, have higher retention and experience higher engagement.
Here are a few engagement examples that we successfully implemented for our employees.
Success requires a commitment to support clear and concise messaging to ensure your audience can understand your message—be sure to meet them where they’re at and consider their stage of readiness to act.
Evaluation and refinement
Once your program or initiative is launched, don’t stop there. Evaluate your successes and learnings to determine best practices to help validate outcomes, speak to various stakeholders and remain competitive in your industry. This includes measuring the effectiveness of wellness solutions, programs and services. Well-designed and effectively implemented workplace wellness programs can reduce absenteeism, presenteeism, turnover, health benefits costs and disability rates. This results in the opportunity to improve your return on investment over time and help you understand how your efforts impact the bottom line.