Corporate Wellness on Purpose!
Moving from a culture of wellness to a corporate culture of purpose.
Date: September, 19 2017
Time: 2:15 pm – 3:15 pm EST
Creating a healthier work environment is far from a novel concept.
The new mindset, pioneering in its time, was well summed up by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion in Citizen 2000 and Citizen 2010 initiatives, establishing the potential for a culture of workplace wellness that is already with us in many places, but unevenly distributed.
While the idea of personal trainer classes in office, lunch-&-learn education breaks or on-site gyms is becoming more commonplace, with it comes the recognition that these “cosmetic” attempts haven’t really moved the needle on worker’s wellness.
Register to learn:
- workplace wellness effective grow ups and trends
- why the current approach is not working
- aspects of the “wellness purpose”
You will leave the session knowing:
- essential parts of a successful and productive work environment
- industry’s most sought-after benchmarking tools to measure wellness programs’ effectiveness
- valuable insights and useful information that can be used immediately to increase programs’ success
Dr. Dana Cohen, Integrative Medicine Physician
Dr. Cohen’s passion for Integrative Medicine stems from her belief that medicine is an art, and a patient-centered, holistic approach is the vital first step on the path to overall health and wellness.
She has helped thousands of patients find relief just as they were on the verge of giving up hope.
Timothy A. Coyle, M.S., Integrative Physiologist
Timothy A. Coyle knows that power is the key component of balance, which is important not only in all athletic scenarios but even more importantly, as we age.
At Complete Wellness he is combining VO2max Testing and Power/Strength Testing as the best way to measure Functional Capacity – an ability to live and perform well.