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Team Building: Leading to Better Health of Your Employees and Your Business

Team Building: Leading to Better Health of Your Employees and Your Business

Jan 15, 2019 by Shelly Beall

Why Should You Invest in Team Building?  Your employees are the heartbeat of your company.  It stands to reason that the healthier your employees are, the healthier your organization will be. One way to strengthen your team and improve engagement is to invest in team building.   Team building is typically a series of exercises, activities and approaches that can take a group of individuals and turn them into an efficient, effe...

Top 5 Reasons Companies Need a Wellness Program

Top 5 Reasons Companies Need a Wellness Program

Jun 22, 2018 by Shelly Beall

Why Should You Invest In a Workplace Wellness Program? Wellness programs are on the rise. Almost half of all companies in the U.S. offer some kind of wellness program. More and more employers are recognizing the growing need for onsite initiatives that support improved health for their workforce. The success of any company depends on the productivity and performance of its employees. Your employees are the most valuable assets to ...

Targeting Executive Stress and Burnout

Targeting Executive Stress and Burnout

Jun 15, 2018 by Shelly Beal

Executive Stress and Burnout It begins with tension in the neck and shoulders before meetings. Next comes the anger about the high expectations of the board member or the client that never seems satisfied. Then the stomach aches and sleepless nights begin to appear more frequently. It can be hard to pinpoint what is wrong or what is causing the stress, but it is there and can quickly do damage to one’s health and happiness. Today’s a...

Wellness Coaching: Good for Employees, Good for Business

Wellness Coaching: Good for Employees, Good for Business

Jun 8, 2018 by Shelly Beal

Wellness Coaching is Good Business In 2015, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that lost productivity from absenteeism related to illness cost employers $225.8 billion annually in the United States or $1,685 per employee. This doesn’t include losses resulting from employees who come to work sick or in pain. Productivity can suffer from lifestyle factors such as sleep issues...

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