Leadership Speakers: Avoid this Mistake When Planning Corporate Wellness

Learn More
Leadership speakers practice good communication when planning corporate wellness.

Leadership speakers practice good communication when planning corporate wellness.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

You can have the best corporate wellness plan in the world, but if you don’t avoid one key mistake that leadership speakers have seen in the past, it’ll all be for nothing. Andy Core, a professional keynote speaker, tells you how to avoid this pitfall by going about it the right away.

Failure to Communicate

Once you’ve made a plan of what corporate wellness will entail at your business, it’s your responsibility to communicate that loudly and clearly. Tell your leaders and supervisors what you expect of them, listen to their feedback, and do this on an on-going basis. Communication isn’t a one-time deal: it’s something that you do all the time to keep getting better at it.

Keep Emotions at a Manageable Level

There are plenty of arenas in which to raise your voice – work is not one of them. Keep a cool head when discussing your plan and remember that not everybody is going to share the same opinion that you do. Leadership speakers say that you should keep in mind that corporate wellness is a team effort and that all successfully managed companies are a democracy, not a dictatorship.

By avoiding this key mistake that manifests itself in two ways, leadership speakers like Andy Core will tell you that you’re a step above the competition when it comes time to plan corporate wellness in your workplace.

To learn more on Andy’s programs,




Hire Andy as Your Speaker

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Change Your Day, Not Your Life
A realistic guide to sustained motivation, more productivity, and the art of working well
read more

About Andy Core
Author and speaker on work-life balance, productivity and wellbeing
read more

Receive monthly email tips, research, how tos...
read more