Wellness Leadership: Creating Supportive Environments For Healthier And More Productive Employees

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Wellness Leadership: Creating Supportive Environments For Healthier And More Productive Employees

  1. 1. Bringing Wellness Home CoachingWellness Wellness Mentor LeadershipCoaching Coaching Judd Robert Allen, Ph.D. Human Resources Institute, LLC
  2. 2. Productivity Worker increased income 200% tripled Turnover Racism wasdropped by overcome 25%
  3. 3. • A wellness culture reaches the hard to reach• A wellness culture maintains healthy behavior• A wellness culture increases lifestyle change success
  4. 4. NormsShared TouchValues Points Behavior Choices Peer Climate Support
  5. 5. There are places wherepeople live happier, healthierand longer lives: In Sardinia, Italy In Okinawa, Japan In Loma Linda, USA In Nicoya, Costa Rica
  6. 6.  Public coach listing Reference library of journal articles, research reports and promotional materials Coaching blogs and discussion groups Calendar of upcoming events and training
  7. 7.  Reviews the history and purposes of the culture- based approach to wellness Explains the unique benefits of creating supportive cultural environments Defines culture and its five dimensions Introduces Wellness Culture Coaching
  8. 8. Share the Serve aswellness role models vision Align Monitor cultural progress touch and points celebrate success
  9. 9. Who will lead? Executives Wellness Wellness Committee
  10. 10. Low Moderate HighSharedValues NormsCultural TouchPoints PeerSupportClimate 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%
  11. 11. 1. The organization’s wellness story2. The wellness value proposition3. Current norm goals4. How people can participate5. What organizational support will be available
  12. 12. 1. Identify wellness strengths and make these strengths visible2. Pursue wellness goals and let employees know about these efforts3. Model participation and support for the wellness initiative
  13. 13. 1. Modeling2. Rewards and Recognition3. Push-back4. Recruitment and Selection5. First Impressions and Orientation6. Learning and Training7. Traditions and Symbols8. Communication9. Relationship Development10. Resource Commitment
  14. 14. 1. Obtain performance, programmatic and cultural measures of success2. Use formal and informal reward systems to acknowledge individual, team and organizational progress3. Balance intrinsic and extrinsic rewards
  15. 15. 1. Classroom-style2. Webinar3. Online (asynchronous with coach as instructor)4. Book club5. Private consultation
  16. 16. Help with…Setting GoalsIdentifying Role ModelsEliminating Barriers to ChangeLocating Supportive EnvironmentsWorking Through Set-backsCelebrating Success
  17. 17. 1. Classroom-style2. Webinar3. Online (asynchronous with coach as instructor)4. Book club5. Private consultation
  18. 18. Choose Wellness Norms Create aNurture Shared the WellnessClimate Vision Develop Align Lifestyle Cultural Change Touch Support Points
  19. 19. 1. Classroom-style2. Webinar3. Online (asynchronous with coach as instructor)4. Book club5. Private consultation6. Wellness Kitchen Table Talks

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