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Risk Management Consultant Introduction

  1. 1. Risk Management Consultant (RMC) Introduction<br />Creating a healthier nation while building your income.<br />VERSION: 052010-1<br />
  2. 2. Healthy People Grant<br />Understanding the big picture<br />
  3. 3. A Holistic View On Health & Wellness<br />Three Components of Wellness<br />
  4. 4. Why Wellness Now? Risk Drives Cost!<br /><ul><li>How much is employee risk costing in lost productivity, increased absenteeism, and excess claims cost?
  5. 5. If you aren’t measuring it, you can’t manage it!</li></li></ul><li>Six Components Of An Effective Behavioral & Lifestyle-Based Risk Management Program<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />4<br />5<br />6<br />
  6. 6. Introduction <br />What exactly does a Risk Management Consultant (RMC) do?<br />
  7. 7. Role Of The RMC<br />RMCs assist in creating a healthier nation by:<br />introducing the Healthy People Grant to employers, <br />helping them determine if there is a fit, and<br />facilitating the implementation with their employees.<br />Leadership opportunities exist for RMCs once you are Certified<br />RMCs can also “wear other hats”:<br />as a Wellness Consultant who helps build the national network of Coaches and Consultants who work with employers participating in the Grant<br />as a Corporate Health Coach who works with the employees and family members to get healthier<br />Become more familiar with how to be successful as a RMC by attending an upcoming Corporate Wellness Symposium<br />
  8. 8. Income Opportunity<br />How does a RMC get paid?<br />
  9. 9. Two Primary Income Streams<br />Enroll employers to participate in the Healthy People 2010 Grant and then get paid as employees participate<br />Small Group Classes<br />RMCs are paid $100 per enrolled participant<br />Advanced Bio-Metrics<br />$39.99 per participant<br />Optional Risk Management Programming<br />~$100 per enrolled participant<br />Teach Corporate Wellness Symposiums <br />Generate up to $2,000 a day for educating!<br />Detailed compensation schedule is on www.healthypeople2010grant.org/ riskmanagementconsultant.html. <br />
  10. 10. Income Stream #1: Corporate Wellness Programming<br />Introduce the Grant to employers<br />If you participate in a Community-Based Initiative (CBI), this is a very systematic process described later<br />However, you can extend Grant participation to any employer anywhere<br />Once the employer enrolls, you assist in the implementation and financially benefit as employees engage in offered programming<br />Join us for a Symposium to better understand this process and how to be successful<br />
  11. 11. Income Stream #2: Teaching Corporate Wellness Symposiums<br />Once you reach the level of Certified Risk Management Consultant, you are eligible to teach Corporate Wellness Symposiums<br />You are paid up to $2,000 per day plus approved travel expenses for teaching a Symposium<br />Specifically, $50 per participant with a target class size of 40 persons <br />Certified Risk Management Consultants can teach up to five Symposiums per week<br />That’s a great income for simply educating about Corporate Wellness and the Grant<br />PLUS<br />Commissions for attendees who come aboard as a Risk Management Consultant or Corporate Health Coach if you are also a Wellness Consultant <br />
  12. 12. Community-Based Initiatives <br />What is a Community-Based Initiative and why should I participate?<br />
  13. 13. Community-Based Initiative (CBI) 101<br />We have grant funding to start 100 CBIs per year for the next several years<br />The purpose of which is to be a catalyst to reach the Healthy People goals:<br />75% of employers to have an active and outcomes-oriented health promotion program in place<br />75% of employees at said employers actively participating<br />CBIs are the most effective and efficient method for developing numerous employer relationships resulting in the:<br />Most significant impact on improving the health of the community<br />Most significant way to generate the most financial rewards for your participation<br />While RMCs are not limited to only working with employers in a given CBI, participation in a CBI is a preferred methodology for business development<br />
  14. 14. Community-Based Initiative (CBI) 102<br />How do I decide if I want to form a new CBI or plug into an existing one?<br />First, visit with corporate about the current status of CBIs in your community<br />Second, determine if you would rather be a facilitator of a CBI or just a participant<br />Role of the CBI Facilitator<br />Typically a combo RMC/Wellness Consultant<br />Facilitates the creation and oversight of the local Advisory Board<br />A very visible, empowering role<br />Expect to dedicate an average of an hour or two per week to the CBI Facilitator role<br />More information about CBIs on the Grant’s website: www.healthpeople2010grant.org <br />
  15. 15. Community-Based Initiative (CBI) 103<br />Simply stated, how does a CBI unfold?<br />A defined geographic area is “chartered” (formed and grant-funded)<br />Requires a designated facilitator <br />Advisory Board created<br />9 persons with about half local Coaches and Consultants and other half key stakeholders<br />Symposium and initial Advisory Board meeting held<br />Symposium is effective in both educating Consultants and Coaches as well as serving as an opportunity for others interested in the field of corporate wellness to learn more<br />Employers are surveyed (and again annually)<br />RMCs meet with survey participants to conduct a “gap analysis” to explain difference between current programming and what is needed to earn the “Healthy Workplace” designation<br />As ~90% of the time the grant will fund the programming needed to close the gap, RMC simply serves as an educator and consultant—not a sales person as no cost to the employer to participate<br />~50% of the employers will get involved after the gap analysis<br />
  16. 16. Need More Information<br />Still not convinced?<br />
  17. 17. More Information So You Can Make An Educated Decision<br />Conference calls are held four days a week to help you understand roles/benefits and answer your questions<br />Details on www.healthypeople2010grant.org<br />Review information on the website<br />Join us for a Symposium<br />
  18. 18. Next StepS<br />Let’s Give It A Try<br />
  19. 19. 3 Simple Steps To Get Started<br />Enroll as a Risk Management Consultant on www.healthypeople2010grant.org<br />We’ll quickly get you your Risk Management Consultant Orientation Kit<br />Next, we’ll create a 90 day plan so you can hit the ground running and generate income within days<br />Questions?<br />Follow up with the Wellness Consultant who invited you to review this information or call us @ 800-429-4556.<br />

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