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Overview of Wellness Inventory whole-person wellbeing program for worksite wellness

Overview of Wellness Inventory whole-person wellbeing program for worksite wellness

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  • A whole-person approach actively addresses behaviors and choices in all dimensions of life that affect our total wellbeing. All dimensions are interdependent on one another. Wellbeing is the totality of how all aspects are balanced. Unlike any other program, Wellness Inventory addresses this holistic requirement with an accessible, proven approach. For example, instead of just dealing with the tactic of nutrition, the Eating dimension addresses personal eating perspectives on a strategic level, looking at behaviors and habits as well as better, informed choices.
  • This is not a quickie, 15-minute standard evaluation like some HRAs. This is designed to raise deeper awareness and motivate self-reflection that will result in better and sustained improvements.
  • One response measures how true a statement reflects the participant’s perspective. The second response measures their motivation to improve their view of that statement.
  • This is not a quickie, 15-minute standard evaluation like some HRAs. This is designed to raise deeper awareness and motivate self-reflection that will result in better and sustained improvements.
  • Participants can select what days and what time of day they receive reminders for their action steps. Quick links to the online program’s other interactive tools, such as the journal, are also included.
  • Participants can make personal notes, ideas and reminders in the journal for each dimension or for action steps. They can access past entries to track changes and progress. They can also select from a variety of fonts and colors and even upload photos – it’s strictly for the participant as a self-motivation tool, totally confidential.
  • Based on their highest motivations, participants can reference their statements to learn more about how this element of a dimension impact their daily life and wellbeing.
  • There are articles, books, CDs and other resources, and the client can populate the resource centers with existing workplace programs as well as community programs. There are articles and other free information, as well as optional products that can be purchased for personal development, such as books and CDs. One example of a resource can be an on-site or virtual coach (for groups or individuals).
  • Monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, or bi-annually, whenever work best – a coach can easily track and access a participant’s scores in each dimension. This provides a time-efficient and effective catalyst for coaching to help a participant to address issues and achieve their wellbeing potential.
  • An easy-to-use administration panel enables managers to authorize participants for the program, look up reports, review specific demographic segments to compare group scores, compare aggregate reports, and customize some pages with the company logo.
  • Based on department, division, line of business, or location, a licensee can create groups. There are eight demographic filters for each group. More criteria can be added as a custom upgrade.
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    • 1. The innovative whole personprogram to optimize wellbeing and personal potential.
    • 2. “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social WELLBEING,and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity.” Preamble, 1948
    • 3. “The next major advance in the health of the American people will be what the INDIVIDUAL is willing to do for himself.”John Knowles, former President
    • 4. “High-level wellness is an integrated method of functioning … maximizing the potential of the individual...” Halbert L. Dunn, MD, PhDChief, National Office of Vital Statistics U.S. Public Health Service High Level Wellness (1961)
    • 5. John W. Travis, MD, MPH Protégé of Dr. Robbins, creator of first HRA. Worked on the first computerized HRA. Johns Hopkins residency and a U.S. Public Health Service officer. Created first wellness center in U.S. and first whole-person assessment, Wellness Inventory. Featured on 60 Minutes, in the New York Times as wellness hit mainstream media.
    • 6. Illness-Wellness Continuum Wellness is a process, never a static state.Wellness continues beyond simply preventing illness.Wellness involves awareness and growth in all aspects oflife. Dr. Travis defined 12 core dimensions of wellbeing.
    • 7. John W. Travis, MD, MPH Published the Wellness Workbook in 1981. Wellness movement grew slowly during the next 30 years, focusing more on a health risk (illness) model. Now, Wellness Inventory has been adapted into an interactive online program.
    • 8. www.WellPeople.comwhole person wellbeing solution
    • 9. central organizing principle for all wellness initiatives
    • 10. Assessmentdynamic interactive My Wellness Plantools. My Wellness Journal My Virtual Coach Self Study Center Wellness Resource Centers Progress Tracker
    • 11.  10 statements, not questions, for each of 12 dimensions – 120 total. Identifies a wellness action, skill, attitude, behavior, or awareness. Designed to stimulate awareness and motivate self-reflection. All 12 sections take 30 to 40 minutes.  Or, after any one section, a participant can save and return later.
    • 12.  Focus on areas participants are most motivated to change. Small steps approach stimulates continuous improvement for sustainable change.
    • 13.  Participants have the ability to be their own expert. Coach is client’s partner, motivating self- responsibility. Coach helps to clarify goals, create realistic action steps, maintain accountability, and recognize successes. In person, online, or by telephone. Individual or group.
    • 14. Whole person development includes increasedkey leadership skills essential for executives: more motivation and focused initiative learn from mistakes interpersonal skills and competencies receptivity for new or different ideas cultivating innovation personal accountability driving and managing change mentoring and coaching skills more productive work/life balance
    • 15. Whole person development includes increased keyself-management skills essential for employees: more focus and motivation (less presenteeism) ability to achieve higher performance levels productivity (more energy, fewer personal issues, less absenteeism) communication skills interpersonal skills (individuals and teams) receptivity for new or different ideas personal accountability more productive work/life balance including increased ability to effectively deal with stress
    • 16. “The Wellness Inventory is a foundational wellness tool.” Stanford Research Institute
    • 17. “The Wellness Inventory was featured as an exemplar assessment inTotal Force Fitness for the 21st Century: A New Paradigm.” Military Medicine, August 2010
    • 18. “Prevention is an outdated concept.The new concept is creating wellness.”Senator Barbara Mikulski
    • 19. Jim StroheckerPresidentHealthWorld OnlineLos Angeles, CA310-823-9553jim@healthy.netwww.WellPeople.com

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