Welcome to Part #2 of this 11-part series to help corporate wellness administrators incorporate initiatives into their workplace that are effective and generate lasting change for a strong wellness ROI. If you missed #1, check it out here>>>
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We’ve all been there, working with leaders that encourage work/life balance while they’re emailing us on the weekend. It’s hard to follow the leader when the leader isn’t laying the foundation for the behavior they’d like us to model.
Makes sense, right? It’s no different when it comes to wellness programs. It’s tough for an employee to engage in a wellness program if their leadership doesn’t model...
11-PART SERIES: WHERE CORPORATE WELLNESS PROGRAMS GO WRONG
Learn how good intentions still don't get results.
Many of you know I’ve been in hospitality revenue management now for over 27 years – even while building Fitlandia. I have a deep love of finding ways to generate profitability and win-win strategies so it’s no surprise as Fitlandia grows more and more into Corporate Wellness that we care about a company’s ROI for their investment.
The problem is, even with the best intentions, many corporate wellness initiatives go wrong.
Here I’ve outlined a list of pitfalls companies are faced with when selecting wellness programming. Join our newsletter below as I’ll be unfolding solutions to help companies avoid these each of these pitfalls in future blog posts.