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In a culture of wellness, health and wholeness are valued, promoted, and proficient. It is a way of living and working that encourages growth, fulfillment, and passion, as people live out their purpose. This positive culture helps people, families, and organizations recognize and affirm what they are doing well while also helping them be honest and fair about what they want to change and improve. 


Thriving wellness cultures don't just happen.

Not for an individual and certainly not for an organization or an entire industry.

Luckily, they can be intentionally created.

A positive wellness culture focuses on slow and steady progress and celebrates sustained effort and long term continuity. Its purpose is to create a way of life that integrates health and wellness into every aspect of living and working. This type of culture supports all aspects of health and well-being from physical, emotional, and mental health to relationship, financial, spiritual, and social well-being.

Let us help you IGNITE your wellness culture within! 

The Goals

  • To enable an individual or organization to understand the importance of life balance and affirm the right to live, work, and behave in wholeness.

  • To provide an individual or organization with a framework for growth and development so they can live, work, and function in balance. 

  • To support an individual's dimensional well-being so they can apply their skills, fulfill their roles, and live out their purpose as part of an organization and the world. 

  • To encourage an individual to practice lifestyle wellness as they reach for short term goals with long term health and well-being in mind. 

The Values

  • Caring in place of callous

  • Character in place of conformity

  • Collaboration in place of authority

  • Creative in place of inflexible 

  • Effort in place of results

  • Hard work in place of a quick fix

  • Health in place of fitness

  • Personal responsibility in place of a mandate

  • Practice in place of programs

  • Process in place of outcome

  • Relationship in place of power

  • Resilience in place of sensitivity

  • Respect in place of recognition

  • Serving others in place of serving self

  • Significance in place of success

  • Surrender in place of control

  • Wholeness in place of segmentation

Brené Brown’s Culture Questions

  1. What behaviors are rewarded? Punished?

  2. Where and how are people actually spending their resources (time, money, attention)?

  3. What rules and expectations are followed, enforced, and ignored?

  4. Do people feel safe and supported talking about how they feel and asking for what they need?

  5. What are the sacred cows? Who is most likely to trip them? Who stands the cows back up?

  6. What stories are legend and what values do they convey?

  7. What happens when someone fails, disappoints, or makes a mistake?

  8. How is vulnerability (uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure) perceived?

  9. How prevalent are shame and blame and how are they showing up?

  10. What’s the collective tolerance for discomfort? Is the discomfort of learning, trying new things, and giving and receiving feedback normalized, or is there a high premium put on comfort (and how does that look)?

What do your answers suggest about your culture?

Are you ready to IGNITE some change?


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