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A 2018 Deloitte Insights article puts the importance of wellness culture this way: 


“Well-being is becoming a core responsibility of good corporate citizenship and a critical performance strategy to drive employee engagement, organizational energy, and productivity. It is also a growing expectation among the talent companies most want to recruit, access, and retain. No longer an optional or narrowly focused element of the rewards menu, well-being is now front and center as a business imperative for leading, high-performance companies.”

"Living into our values is one of the four skill sets that make up daring leadership. It means that we do more than profess our values, we practice them. We walk our talk—we are clear about what we believe and hold important, and we take care that our intentions, words, thoughts, and behaviors align with those beliefs."

~ Brene Brown

Are you looking to:

  • Improve productivity

  • Promote creativity and quality

  • Amplify inclusivity

  • Build trust and loyalty

  • Enhance engagement

  • Increase profitability

  • Limit turnover

  • Attract diversity

  • Boost morale

  • Reduce health care costs


If so, let us help you audit the health of your current organizational culture and put our six-step process to work to IGNITE the change within your company today!


Our process will help your leaders:

  • Identify the values expressed in your company.

  • Clarify a vision that includes the health and well-being of your team.

  • Create a plan to live out values of health and wholeness for a healthy, safe, and productive company.

Contact us TODAY to set up a FREE consultation to learn more about WHY this emerging best practice in workplace wellness is something your company MUST begin to reduce employee stress and improve employee health and well-being.  

Still not convinced this is a change your company needs to make? Here are some startling statistics for you to consider:

  • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over a third (33.2%) of Americans have hypertension.

  • More than 100 million people are living with diabetes (30 million with Type 1 or 2 and 84 million with pre-diabetes).

  • Over eleven percent (11.5%) of Americans have diagnosed heart disease which is ranked as the number one cause of death. 

  • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reports over 78 million adults in America are obese and projections suggest that by 2030, half of all adults (115 million people) will be obese. 

  • The Mayo Clinic highlights the significant influence of stress on the body, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. When left unchecked it contributes to many health problems including high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. 

  • Companies spend over $8 Billion a year on workplace wellness programs, yet CDC research found that employees in the U.S. are in worse physical condition than ever. 


  • On average only 5% of workers utilize an Employee Assistance Program while less than 50% of workers utilize company wellness programs.


  • Over 60% of health-care costs have a direct relationship to personal behaviors.


  • The majority of health care costs can be attributed to four chronic health conditions - diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.​​

  • Stress and burnout take an emotional and physical toll at an alarming rate because of workplace culture.

  • Toxic organizations are everywhere. Would you know if your company was one of them?

Contact us today for a free consultation to learn how you can conduct a wellness audit to learn more about the health and well-being of your company.

corporate wellness

Corporate wellness initiatives that apply a wellness culture along with health and wellness programs and incentives, create an environment where well-being is valued, people know they are important and their lives matter more than the roles and skills they provide to the company which enables them to thrive both personally and professionally.

Business Management

Management initiatives grounded in a wellness culture experience a happier and healthier workforce that is more productive, creative, and collaborative which brings a competitive edge to the business. Businesses will experience a positive return on investment as well as a positive value of the investment. 

athletic organizations

Athletic organizations, coaches, and teams that function in a culture of wellness help athletes feel valued and encouraged to make healthy choices in all areas of their life that help them reach life goals and not just athletic goals. They are encouraged to set short term goals with long term consequence consideration. This helps them accomplish healthy short term goals of today on the road to healthy long term goals of tomorrow. 

non-profit organizations

Non-profit organizations benefit the same as other businesses when they are grounded in a culture of wellness. They additionally experience ease in recruiting and retaining employees and volunteers while minimizing medical costs and lost work or volunteer time. A wellness culture helps develop healthy and whole servant leaders that make a difference not only to the organization but also to the world. 


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