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  1. 1. g g Working together to create a healthier nation while building your income. VERSION:  052010‐1
  2. 2. Understanding the big picture
  3. 3. • Physical Functioning Physical  • Bodily Pain dil i Component • General Health • Bio‐Metrics Three  • Mental Health Components of  Mental/  Emotional  • Vitality Wellness Component • Social Functioning Social Functioning Preparedness  • Financial Health Component • Legal  Protection
  4. 4. • How much is employee risk costing in lost  productivity, increased absenteeism, and excess  claims cost? l i t? • If you aren’t measuring it, you can’t manage it!
  5. 5. •state of the art,  •one on one  proprietary tool consultation for  all  •health fair  HRA participants to  Wellness  environment Health Risk  •employee and  Health Risk  discuss next steps spouse included Launch •health screenings  •health screenings Assessment •quick—only ten  Review •conducted face to  •conducted face to conducted on‐site face w/ local  minutes to  Health Coach, if  complete available •consistent  •discounts on  •one on one  promotion of  wellness products  coaching for high  coaching for high Monthly  Monthly timely health  timely health Access To  Access To Presentations,  and services, i.e.,  Intervention risk individuals ($) topics throughout  Additional  cholesterol and  Flyers &  •legal/financial  Newsletters the year Resources glucose testing ($) resources ($) •includes on‐site  education
  6. 6. What exactly does a Corporate Health Coach do?
  7. 7. • Corporate Health Coaches assist in creating a healthier nation by working with employees and family members of Grant participating employers (and others) to achieve a Grant-participating healthier lifestyle. • Specifically, Coaches educate and intervene. – Details on yp p g g • Leadership opportunities exist for Corporate Health Coaches once you are Certified • Corporate Health Coaches can also “wear other hats”: – as a Risk Management Consultant who enrolls and implements employers participating in the Grant – as a Wellness Consultant who helps develop Coaches and Consultants to work with employers participating in the Grant • Become more familiar with how to be successful as a Corporate Health Coach by attending an upcoming Corporate Wellness Symposium p y p
  8. 8. How does a Corporate Health Coach get paid?
  9. 9. 1. Compensation for one-on-one coaching and teaching small group classes 2. Increased volume of your other services through the valuable and on-going on going exposures created by serving as the Corporate Health Coach 3. Teach Corporate Wellness Symposiums – Generate up to $2,000 a day for educating! Detailed compensation schedule is on
  10. 10. • Once you reach the level of Certified Corporate Health Coach and attend co-teach a Symposium, you are eligible C h d tt d t h S i li ibl to teach Corporate Wellness Symposiums • You are paid up to $2,000 per day plus approved travel expenses for teaching a Symposium – Specifically, $50 per participant with a target class size of 40 persons • Certified Corporate Health Coaches can teach up to five p p Symposiums per week – That’s a great income for simply educating about Corporate Wellness and the Grant PLUS – Commissions for attendees who come aboard as a Risk Management Consultant or Corporate Health Coach if you are also a Wellness Consultant
  11. 11. Benefits of becoming a Certified Corporate Health Coach
  12. 12. • Certified Corporate Health Coach : – Attend a Symposium – Pass Certification assessment • Certified Corporate Health Coach benefits: p – Eligible to teach Corporate Wellness Symposiums • Once you have co-taught one and get sign off by co taught your co-instructor – Become eligible to qualify for Certified Corporate Health Coach-only perks to be Coach only announced soon such as car allowance, laptop, company-paid trips, and health insurance
  13. 13. What is a Community-Based Initiative and why should I participate?
  14. 14. • We have grant funding to start 100 CBIs per year for the next several years – The purpose of which is to be a catalyst to reach the Healthy People goals: • 75% of employers to have an active and outcomes-oriented health promotion program in place • 75% of employees at said employers actively participating • CBIs are the most effective and efficient method for developing numerous employer relationships resulting in the: – Most significant impact on improving the health of the community – Most significant way to generate the most financial rewards for your participation • While Corporate Health Coaches are not limited to only working with employers in a given CBI, participation in a CBI is a preferred methodology for business development p gy p
  15. 15. • How do I decide if I want to form a new CBI or plug into an existing one? g – First, visit with corporate about the current status of CBIs in your community – Second, determine if you would rather be a facilitator of , y a CBI or just a participant • Role of the CBI Facilitator – Typically a combo RMC/Wellness Consultant yp y – Facilitates the creation and oversight of the local Advisory Board – A very visible, empowering role – Expect to dedicate an average of an hour or two per week to the CBI Facilitator role • More information about CBIs on the Grant’s website:
  16. 16. • Simply stated, how does a CBI unfold? – A defined g g p geographic area is “chartered” ( (formed and g grant- funded) • Requires a designated facilitator – Advisory Board created • 9 persons with about half local Coaches and Consultants and other half key stakeholders – Symposium and initial Advisory Board meeting held • 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 – Employers are surveyed (and again annually) – RMCs meet with survey participants to conduct a “gap analysis” t explain diff l i ” to l i difference b t between current programming t i and what is needed to earn the “Healthy Workplace” designation • As ~90% of the time the grant will fund the programming needed to close th gap, RMC simply serves as an educator and consultant— l the i l d t d lt t not a sales person as no cost to the employer to participate • ~50% of the employers will get involved after the gap analysis
  17. 17. Still not convinced?
  18. 18. • Conference calls are held four days a week to help you understand roles/benefits and answer your questions – Details on • Review information on the website • Join us for a Symposium – List of cities/dates is on the website
  19. 19. Let’s Give It A Try
  20. 20. 1. Enroll in the Corporate Health Coach Program on www healthypeople2010grant org 2. We’ll quickly get you your Corporate Health Coach Program Orientation Kit 3. Next, we’ll create a 90 day plan so you can hit the ground running and generate income within days y Questions? Follow up with th W ll F ll ith the Wellness CConsultant who lt t h invited you to review this information or call us @ 800-429-4556.