- Language: English
- Published: January 2013
- Region: Global
Building Blocks For Successful Workplace Wellness Program
- Published: June 2005
- 82 pages
- Managed Care Information Center
Heres a useful "primer" for wellness managers new to the field or for experienced managers that explores elements, strategies, characteristics and objectives that are employed in successful programs.
This compilation of expert advice, great ideas, proven methods, practical goals, and "how-to" tips, has been produced by the editorial team from Wellness Program Management Advisor, the popular monthly news briefing for workplace wellness professionals.
If you are starting from scratch, youll get sound advice on everything from creating a mission statement, to devising goals for your program and building methods to measure your progress. Youll learn how to secure support for your program from senior management, the essential components for an effective annual report, and the theory and design behind successful wellness programs.
"Building Blocks For a Successful Workplace Wellness Program: Proven Planning and Management Strategies," provides you with the most common characteristics of successful programs including such assessment activities as health screenings and health risk appraisals. Theres information on providing appropriate program content and materials.
Youll get strategic steps that will help make your health promotion program a success; teach you to deal with the problems you will face in implementing your program; how to overcome objections; real-world methods that have led to wellness program success and how to help your participants set appropriate personal goals to achieve success.
Order "Building Blocks For a Successful Workplace Wellness Program: Proven Planning and Management Strategies," and get how to design health promotion seminars that spark behavior change; the six-steps to effective training sessions; how motivating your employees can boost wellness program participation; and sure-fire ways to make the most of a shoe-string budget.
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