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If we plan and execute we get RESULTS. If we don’t and let it happen, we get CONSEQUENCES i.e. Problems/Pain /Stress in life. We can follow two different types of approaches for the life issues:Unplanned approach v/s Planned approach through Wellness Management Systems ( WMS )
In life we have two options to live by Living life in ad-hoc and unplanned manner and experiencing diseases ,unhappiness and disharmony in life

Living life in systematic and planned manner by developing and implementing Wellness Management System (WMS) based on Wellness Integration Model (WIM) as supporting tool for developing, implementing, monitoring and correcting various life issues in the same manner like QMS,EMS,OHSAS etc. Living by this way will ensure health, happiness and harmony in our life

I have developed Wellness Integration Model first time in the world which can be used to develop Wellness Management Systems ( WMS ) for achieving quality of life.For further details you may contact at following details.
Chandrakant Patel
Wellness Plus
Phone: + 91 265 2642461
Contact: +91 98240 06650.
Email: cvpatel51@gmail.com
: info@wellnessplus.co.in

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Wellness management system

  1. 1. Introduction to theWellness Management System(WMS) for Achieving Quality of Life. By Chandrakant Patel (Coach, Counselor And Assessor) 1
  2. 2. Introduction To Wellness Management System (WMS)If we plan and execute we get RESULTS. If we don’t and let ithappen, we get CONSEQUENCES i.e. Problems/Pain /Stress inlife. We can follow two different types of approaches for the life issues: Unplanned approach v/s Planned approach through Wellness Management Systems ( WMS ) 2
  3. 3. Need for Wellness Management System (WMS) In life we have two options to live by: Living life in ad-hoc and unplanned manner and experiencing diseases ,unhappiness and disharmony in life Living life in systematic and planned manner by developing and implementing Wellness Management System (WMS) based on Wellness Integration Model (WIM) as supporting tool for developing, implementing, monitoring and correcting various life issues in the same manner like QMS,EMS,OHSAS etc. Living by this way will ensure health, happiness and harmony in our life 3
  4. 4. Wellness Integration Model components 4
  5. 5. Deming PDCA cycle for Wellness Integration Model 5
  6. 6. Unplanned approach v/s Planned approach towards WMSNo assessment of life issues Assessment of life issues• No assessment of status •Assessment of present of life issues and status of life issues and potential for growth in potential for growth in future in the chosen field. future in the chosen field. (Model 2) 6
  7. 7. Unplanned approach v/s Planned approach towards WMS System developed with supportNo System developed of Wellness Integration Model• No system developed for • Wellness Management coping with the life issues System (WMS) is developed and making advancement by individual based on the in the chosen field. Wellness Integration Model (WIM) for coping with the life issues and advancement in the chosen field. (Model 3) 7
  8. 8. Unplanned approach v/s Planned approach towards WMSNo Implementation of WMS Implementation of WMS Ad-hoc actions are taken  Implementation of WMSbased on immediate based on the cause/effectgratification/pleasure on analysis and theory of karmaemotional ground and not on on the logical ground forlogical ground without different life issues andconsideration of long term advancement in the chosenconsequences on different field.(Model 3)life issues and advancementin chosen field due to suchactions. 8
  9. 9. Unplanned approach v/s Planned approach towards WMSNo monitoring of action plan Monitoring of action plan, endand end results results, assessment, feedback and data analysis No monitoring of the  Monitoring of the effective effective implementation implementation of action of action plan and no plan, achievement of end monitoring of result, status assessment, achievement of desired feedback and data analysis results carried out for carried out for reduction of reduction of life issues and life issues and advancement advancement in the in the chosen field. (Model chosen field. 4) 9
  10. 10. Unplanned approach v/s Planned approach towards WMSNo correction , corrective and Effective correction, correctivepreventive action and preventive actions Correction, corrective and Correction, correctivePreventive actions are not actions and preventive taken to reduce the life actions are taken to issues and to achieve reduce/prevent life issues advancement in the chosen and achieve advancement in field. the chosen field (model 5) 10
  11. 11. Unplanned approach v/s Planned approach towards WMSExperiencing undesirable Achieving desired results in lifeconsequences in life  No reduction of problems/ Reduction in the Problems/ pain /stress is experienced Pain /Stress in the life and and some time worsening of achieving the desired the life issues occurs with advancement in the chosen the passage of time and less field experienced by those or no advancement in the individuals who practice chosen field. WMS. Disease, Health, Misery & Happiness & Disharmony Harmony 11
  12. 12. Need for Wellness Management System (WMS) DocumentationWellness documentation can be of 3 tier.1st tier document is Wellness Manual: It is developed based onWellness Integration Model. It shall contain the individualstrategy for each elements of Wellness Integration Model. Inthis manual reference to the wellness instructions is given.2nd tier document is Wellness Instructions: This manualincludes the guidelines for wellness process implementationlike WI for various wellness issues of health like Hypertension,Diabetes ,Exercise, Relaxation, Recipe for low calorie itempreparation etc.It gives complete guidelines for carrying outwellness activities in the desired manner. It is in sufficient detailso as to carryout activities without mistake without guidance. 12
  13. 13. Need for Wellness Management System (WMS) Documentation3rd tier document is Wellness Formats: The wellness formats aredeveloped to record the activities performed by an individual as perwellness instructions. e.g. Formats to record exercise type, durationand time, depression episodes, weight chart, income-expense record, daily nutrition intake, sleep disturbances, income tax record etc. Documents are just sufficient to implement wellness management system in life. Documents are simple, clear and easy to implement Documents are adequate to implement, monitor and correct the wellness management system Documents can be maintained in soft or hard form suitable to the individual Documents are properly indexed and linked with relevant processes 13
  14. 14. Need for Wellness Management System (WMS) record keeping Wellness Records are maintained as a proof of effective implementation of wellness processes. Records are sufficient to support subsequent process operations. Only those records are maintained which help in implementing, monitoring and correcting the subsequent processes. Records are analyzed at regular interval for root cause for existing problems or potential issues that may arise in future and give direction for preventive actions. Records of confidential nature are properly preserved at safe place. Records are maintained for period as per requirement for future use and or for legal or other requirements. Records are maintained in soft or hard form suitable to the individual Records are maintained for the implementation status of action plans, achievement of end results, feedback, complaints and gap analysis Those record which do not promote wellness in life is not maintained . 14
  15. 15. Wellness planning, commitment and competency2.1 Scope, vision, roles, responsibility, authority and accountabilityThe wellness management system is evolved for quality of life. Each oneintending to develop system, defines the scope covered in the wellnessmanagement system. While defining the scope, one’s vision and wellnesspolicy is taken into consideration.The WMS takes into consideration the basic values one honors forupliftment of self and society at large.The role, responsibility, authority and accountability are defined by theindividual towards oneself and others for taking action wherever one canand tries to influence in the area where one can not take action. The intent of model is to generate a win-win approach towards one self andothers.The wellness model clauses and their integration elements are addressed asshown in the following presentation slides: 15
  16. 16. 2.1 Scope, vision, roles, responsibility, authority and accountability2.1.1 scope is defined by each individual for development ofhis/her wellness management systema) scope of WMS is defined and documented by each individualb) scope includes those areas which one can control or influencec) exclusion in the model clauses are justified and documented 16
  17. 17. 2.1 Scope, vision, roles, responsibility, authority and accountability2.1.2 Vision and wellness policy is defined by each individualfor one’s life worka) Vision is documented encompassing one’s life purpose and vision statement is evolvedb) Wellness policy is evolved which covers vision and purpose of lifec) Wellness policy is documented and communicated to all concernedd) Vision statement and wellness policy are reviewed at regular interval for suitability and need for amendment 17
  18. 18. 2.1 Scope, vision, roles, responsibility, authority and accountability2.1.3 Values are defined by each individual which are in linewith one’s vision / wellness policy and serves as driving forcea) Values are defined based on vision and purpose of lifeb) Values are evolved in all the eight areas of lifec) There is no conflict amongst the values one hasd) Thoughts, words and action of the individual reflects the values one has and the effective implementation of wellness policy requirements in one’s lifee) Values become the driving force for future decisions of the individualf) Dealing with self and others demonstrate what one values most 18
  19. 19. 2.1 Scope, vision, roles, responsibility, authority and accountability2.1.4 The role, responsibility, authority and accountability are defined byeach individual towards self, family, society, organization & community atlargea) The role and responsibility are defined for managing oneselfb) The role and responsibility are defined towards family members for their support and well beingc) The role, responsibility, authority and accountability are defined for the business organizations with which one is associatedd) The responsibility and accountability are defined towards friends and society at large and also for those organizations where one is giving voluntary servicese) The role, responsibility and accountability are defined for one’s role as citizen of the country and world at large 19
  20. 20. 2.1 Scope, vision, roles, responsibility, authority and accountability2.1.5 The individual demonstrates commitment to achievewellness in all the eight wellness components (refer Model 3)a) Commitment is demonstrated through detailed and adequate planning to achieve wellnessb) Decisions and actions planned are shared with family members, close friends, members of organization to get their support and avoid delay in implementation of planned actions 20
  21. 21. 2.2 Documents and recordsThe intent of the Wellness Integration Model (WIM ) is to developadequate documents and maintain records for the effectiveimplementation of the wellness management system. While developingdocuments, the individual level of competence, expertise and skill indifferent areas of one’s activities is taken into consideration. Thedocuments are developed for those areas where its absence could leadto issues of quality of life. Documents serves as a base for the assessorto evaluate the system implemented by the assessed individual.The records are maintained by the individual as a evidence of effectiveimplementation of WIM by oneself.The documents and records are preferably maintained on computer andare hyperlinked with the respective model or the integration elementsfor which they are developed. It can also be maintained as hard / softcopy as per one’s connivance. 21
  22. 22. 2.2 Documents and records2.2.1 Documents are developed which are essential for effective implementation &assessmenta) Documents are developed which are essential for effective implementation of WMSb) Documents are simple and easy to implementc) Documents are integrated with model and integration elements and records for better applicabilityd) Documents are updated after improving existing practicese) Documents are reviewed periodically for applicabilityf) The best wellness practices witnessed or noticed amongst the colleagues, literature on net or any media or seen practicing by any one, the documents are updated for better practicesg) Documents are properly indexed for better referencingh) Documents are well maintained in hard / soft form and protected from damagei) Documents of external origin are properly indexed and maintained up to date 22
  23. 23. 2.2 Documents & Records2.2.2 Records are maintained to demonstrate effective implementation ofWMSa) Records are maintained as an evidence for effective implementation and effective achievement of planned resultsb) The records are maintained in a simple form as a hard / soft copyc) Records are hyperlinked on computer with the relevant document wherever feasibled) Records in hard form are protected from adverse storage conditionse) Records of soft nature are protected from damage or virus invasion or loss and back up is taken at regular intervalf) Records are properly indexed for easy irretrievabilityg) Record of confidential nature are well preserved at a safe location 23
  24. 24. 2.3 Wellness management planningThe WIM implementation can be effective only if wellness managementplanning is carried out in a proper manner.The ideal requirement for each life area is identified by individual. Theexisting state of wellness is assessed by oneself and / or the competentindividual with the help of assessing tool and the gap is identified as an areaof concern for taking action to improve the quality of life.Integrations are evolved for each of the eight life areas and action plans areevolved with do’s and donts with clear understanding of pay-off andpleasure for implementing action plan and penalty and pain resulting due tonon implementation of the action plan.The action plans are implemented with active support of all concerned toget the desired results. 24
  25. 25. 2.3 Wellness management planning2.3.1 the ideal wellness requirement for each life area is identified byindividuala) The ideal wellness requirement in each life area is identifiedb) Ideal requirement reflects health, harmony and happiness in all eight areas of lifec) Ideal requirement reflects harmony with natured) Ideal requirement reflects win-win situation with self and otherse) Ideal requirement is in line with ones vision values, wellness policy and purpose of life 25
  26. 26. 2.3 Wellness management planning2.3.2 The existing state of the wellness of each life area is determined byindividuala) Existing state of wellness of each area is identified by self as perceived by oneselfb) Existing state of wellness is assessed by competent person by using software or other assessment tools where feasiblec) Existing state of wellness is assessed in all the eight areas of lifed) Existing state evaluation related questionnaire is used where available for different evaluation parameterse) Existing state of wellness is arrived at by the individual after review of deviations, complaints, feedback, assessment or suggestion and inputs from self and all concernedf) Record of existing state review is maintained up to date 26
  27. 27. 2.3 Wellness management planning2.3.3 The gap is identified for each life area regarding ideal and actual lifesituation as area of concerna) Gap is identified in the existing and ideal state as an area of concernb) Gap is identified for all the eight life areasc) Gap clearly states what is missing in life for wellnessd) Gap identifies the lifestyle, thoughts, words or action which is the area of concern for oneselfe) Gap identification is carried out frequently for its early detection and taking actionf) The record of gap identification is maintained 27
  28. 28. 2.3 Wellness management planning2.3.4 The objectives are evolved for each area of concern which are basedon the life vision, wellness policy, values, deviations and feedbacka) Objectives are evolved for all eight life areas which are SMART, i.e. Simple, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time boundb) The objectives are evolved based on the vision, wellness policy, values, deviations, review and feedback from all concernedc) Objectives evolved are based on win-win and continual improvement philosophy 28
  29. 29. 2.3 Wellness Management Planning2.3.5 Action plan is evolved for Do’s & Donts for taking actions in definiteways to achieve objectivesa) For all wellness objectives the action plan is evolved with clear details of Do’s and Dontsb) The action plan is detailed for pleasures and pay off of achieving wellness objectivesc) The action plan is detailed for pain and penalties of not achieving wellness objectivesd) Action plan covers time period of implementation / achieving results where feasiblee) Action plan covers details of resources that may be deployed to fulfill the objectives 29
  30. 30. 2.3 Wellness Management Planning2.3.6 Action plan is implemented with active support of all concerned andappropriate use of resourcesa) Action plan is implemented for all Do’s and Donts decidedb) Action plan is implemented in timely manner without undue delayc) The support is obtained from the resource persons where needed and feasibled) The resources and infrastructures are applied for the implementation of action plane) The record of the implementation of action plans in timely and adequately manner and problems encountered in its implementation is maintained 30
  31. 31. 2.4 Knowledge and skill assessment and improvementThe intent of the model is to support the individual in assessing the needand developing the knowledge and skill in the chosen field for makingcontinual improvement. The model also provides guideline in defining thequalification, experience, skill and training pertaining to each role,identifying the existing status and determining the gap. It also supports the individual in deciding course of action in developing thecompetency for existing and new assignments and meeting with challengesin life. The model also guides the individual in identifying the emerging newfields of knowledge and expertise that one can acquire to achieve thecutting edge over the conventional level of expertise possessed by theaverage group of people. 31
  32. 32. 2.4 Knowledge and skill assessment and improvement2.4.1 The competency required for each area of wellness is identified interms of qualification, experience, skill and traininga) The qualification, experience, skill and training needed for achieving wellness in each eight areas of life is identified for the present and future assignment in the chosen fieldb) Competency requirements are assessed to achieve wellness in lifec) Record of requirement assessment is maintained 32
  33. 33. 2.4 Knowledge and skill assessment and improvement2.4.2 Based on the existing level of knowledge, experience and skillpossessed by individual, the gap is identified and need for itsenhancement is determineda) The existing qualification, experience and skill inventory record is maintainedb) The gap is identified for the ideal v/s actual competency possessed by individual for the present and future assignmentsc) The need for achieving additional qualification, experience, skill or training is determined by self or professionald) The objectives are evolved with a time frame to achieve needed competence level 33
  34. 34. 2.4 Knowledge and Skill assessment and Improvement2.4.3 The need for enhancement of knowledge and skill is fulfilled byuniversity course, on the job training, seminar, workshop or self study orother feasible meansa) The university course, on the job training, distance learning or skill building efforts are planned through seminar workshop or self study or by other feasible meansb) Planning of resource and infrastructure required is carried out and their availability is ensured in timely manner for knowledge acquiring and skill buildingc) The seminar, workshop or self study efforts are made to enhance the individual competency 34
  35. 35. 2.4 Knowledge and Skill assessment and Improvement2.4.4 The effectiveness of the efforts made to enhance knowledge or skillis assessed by self-test or through competent person or other means andneed for further training and skill building is identifieda) After the skill building effort, it is assessed by competent person, self test or online test to identify gap, if anyb) The adequacy of the qualification experience and skill for the present and future assignments is assessed and further need for training and skill building, if any is determined 35
  36. 36. 2.4 Knowledge and Skill assessment and Improvement I have evolved wellness Integration model first time in the world which can be used for development of an individual’s Wellness Management System.For obtaining book on wellness Integration model and getting training on development of an individual’s Wellness Management System. You may contact at following address:Chandrakant PatelWellness PlusPhone: 0265 2642461Contact: +91 98240 06650.Email: cvpatel51@gmail.com : info@wellnessplus.co.in 36

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