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Convention Speakers: How to Plan Corporate Wellness Correctly

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

Are you planning to implement a corporate wellness program in your company? Great! Unfortunately there is a good chance that this program will go nowhere if you don’t follow the tips below:

  • Make sure your employees have access to a gym. This means either ensuring there’s a gym on the premises or giving your employees gym memberships. If the facility is free, chances are much higher that your employees will take advantage of it.
  • Communicate your plan and intent clearly to your team leaders and employees. If nobody has a good idea of what you’re after, chances are they won’t be following through.
  • Lead by example. It’s easy to get kids to do as you say instead of do as you do, but adults won’t fall for that trick. If they don’t see you being serious about corporate wellness, they probably won’t either.
  • Be open to suggestions. You may have thought up the idea, but you’re also not the only one who’ll be using it. If the vast majority of your employees don’t like it, convention speakers say it’ll be almost impossible to get them on board.
  • Free up their schedule. Give them enough time to exercise. If you value your time off and allow your employees to do the same, it will be easier to find the time to improve their fitness. This, in turn, will improve your productivity.

By following these simple tips, convention speakers like Andy Core say you’ll be well on your way to implementing a successful and efficient form of workplace wellness in no time.

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A Professional Speaker Suggests You Buy Your Employees’ Lunch to Lift Morale

Professional speaker suggests inviting guest concessionaires to serve your company meals to improve employee morale.

Professional speaker suggests inviting guest concessionaires to serve your company meals to improve employee morale.

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

A professional speaker suggests to companies that they should try to get a professional symbiotic relationship going with other companies to help lift your own employee’s morale. How, you ask? I don’t mean you invite competitors to your doorstep. I mean companies that will be beneficial to help keep your employees happy. This provides your company a morale boost, and gives their company additional revenue – a win-win situation for both parties.

For example, invite a guest concessionaire or two to your cafeteria once a month. This adds variety to the choices your employees can have during lunch. You can have hot pan pizzas being served during June, and then invite a waffle company to serve during July. A professional speaker even adds that you can additionally get your employees involved by getting ideas from them or having polls as to which guest concessionaire they want serving them food next. This will keep your employees happy, and continue to establish good rapport and build company loyalty.

Another good idea is invite a spa or a gym to set up shop at your company. This not only promotes your workplace wellness balance, it helps keep your employees in tip-top mental and physical shape, as well as reduce their stress levels for improved productivity in the workplace.

There are many different ideas for improving your company, but you can’t do everything alone. Sometimes, it’s just smarter to invite other companies to your building so that you can support each other. As they say, a group is greater than the sum of its parts. This is why a professional speaker suggests you try to invite other companies to form a partnership with your own.

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