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Does your company value health and well-being?

Is your company culture helping or hindering the expression of those values?

A healthy workplace culture focuses on three areas:

  • Vision and values

  • People and practices

  • Environment and atmosphere 

When all these areas work together and everyone shares the same foundational values, a company can develop an incredible workplace culture that retains employees, attracts top talent, AND transforms the health and well-being of workers all at the same time. 

Many traditional workplace wellness programs haven't provided a statistically significant improvement in the health of people. Many companies also haven't seen a return on investment for the wellness programs they provide.
Because most workplace wellness programs haven't connected the vision and value of health and well-being with the people, practices, environment, and atmosphere of the workplace. They also haven't created a shared foundational vision of health and well-being that helps their company live and work effectively within the stated company values and goals.

Book a FREE strategy session TODAY to learn more about how well-being-focused workplace culture can help you attract and retain employees while saving money at the same time.

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Consider these alarming statistics:


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 over 84 million with pre-diabetes.


Over eleven percent (11.5%) of Americans have been diagnosed with 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. 


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


CDC research also found that although employers have provided wellness programs that focused on diet and exercise, obesity and chronic illness levels have continued to climb. 


The RAND Corporation, a research and analysis nonprofit institution, found:

  • Less than 50% of employees are willing to undergo clinical screenings or health risk assessments.

  • There was no statistically significant improvement in lowering health care costs or increasing health care use in companies supplying wellness programs.

  • Incentives did little to motivate health behavior changes.

  • About 70% of health-care costs have a direct relationship to personal behaviors.

  • About 74% of all healthcare costs can be attributed to four chronic health conditions - diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. 

Do those statistics reflect your workplace?


Do they support the values of health and well-being?

When your workplace culture doesn't function in a way that supports health and

well-being, it doesn't matter what wellness programs you provide. 

Now consider stress and the workplace and its influence on health and well-being. 


A burnout culture filled with a mounting workload, lack of support, organizational politics, and no trust is a leading cause of workplace stress.


Workplace stress has adverse effects on mental health as well as an increased risk of anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders. Stressed and burned-out workers are also more likely to engage in unhealthy behaviors. 


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. 


According to a 2015 American Psychological Association finding, adults in the United States average a stress level of 5.1 on a scale of 1 to 10. 


A StressPulse Survey found the following to be the main causes of stress in the workplace:

  • 6% - Lack of job security

  • 20% - Juggling work/personal lives

  • 28% - People issues

  • 46% - Workload

Creating a culture of wellness begins at orientation and carries through each department meeting and company-sponsored event you lead.  


You can create a healthy and thriving workplace that not only helps your team live healthy and whole lives but also increases work productivity, creativity, and quality while improving company profitability, morale, and company loyalty.

 Wellness culture development is an emerging best practice in workplace wellness. Corporate wellness initiatives that incorporate a wellness values-based way of working create an environment where well-being is valued, people know they are essential, and lives matter more than the roles and skills they provide to the company. 

A 2018 Deloitte Insights article puts the importance of employee well-being 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.”

Brené Brown states this regarding values-based leadership:

"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."

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Are you interested in:

  • Improving productivity

  • Promoting creativity and quality

  • Amplifying inclusivity

  • Building trust and resiliency

  • Enhancing engagement

  • Increasing profitability

  • Limiting turnover

  • Attracting diversity

  • Boosting morale and loyalty

  • Reducing healthcare claims

If you are, we have tools and strategic solutions to help your company assess your company culture and make necessary changes to create a healthier, safer, and more wellness-conscious organization.

Our tools and strategic solutions will help you:

  • Conduct a workplace values assessment and wellness audit to identify the values and culture your company is expressing.

  • Provide ongoing wellness education and coaching beginning at orientation and carrying through each gathering or training you conduct. 

  • Clarify your company's wellness-focused vision and business values.

  • Determine the best ways to provide lifestyle wellness support to your employees to help them identify and mitigate stressors and health barriers

  • Workplace Wellness Culture Promotion Coaching helps you create an action plan to operate a healthy, safe, and productive company while improving your employee's personal well-being and job satisfaction at the same time. 

Contact us TODAY to set up a FREE consultation to review tools and strategic solutions specifically designed to address the major health issues facing organizations today.
Create a culture of wellness using the health and wellness programs you already provide to save dollars, attract and retain employees, and develop a team that is healthy and whole.  

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Are you ready to create a company-wide culture of wellness?


 Check out our workplace culture coaching program and get started today!