Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.
How can convention speakers help you to implement corporate wellness successfully when so many others have failed? Professional speaker Andy Core says the answer lies in the attitude, desire and execution of such a plan.
The most important part is to know exactly what you want corporate wellness to mean at your company. Are you going to put a focus on healthy eating at the office? Or, will the emphasis be on exercise? Perhaps you’d like to combine the two, or alternate between them. Whichever direction you decide to go in, all successful convention speakers know that it’s vital to make as detailed a plan as possible. First, write down your starting point and where you want to end up. Next, fill in the steps necessary to bridge a path between the two.
Make it happen! Now that you have a clear idea of what’s involved in getting from Point A to Point B, implement the changes. Ensure you talk to your leaders and managers, but also remember to ask the employees themselves; they’re the largest portion of people who will feel the effect of your plan, so go straight to the source. They’ll have a good idea of what would and wouldn’t work for them, and the last thing you’ll want to do is enact a plan that’s doomed to fail.
Convention speakers say that following these two simple steps will help you succeed where others have failed in successfully introducing corporate wellness into the workplace.
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