In her classic hit, Tina Turner asked: “What’s Love Got to Do with It?” Similarly, you might hear your leaders asking: “What’s Health & Well-Being Got to Do with Safety?”
In case, we forgot, it’s called the “Health and Safety Act” not the “Health or Safety Act.” Or, as my friend and respected colleague Wes Alles, director of the Health Improvement Program at Stanford University noted: “Whether we are talking about safety versus disease, it is the same lifestyle, the same risk factors at work.”
Got a talk coming up? In the era of TED Talks, the ability to deliver presentations with a punch is something that many of us are after.
Having just returned from the awesome WELCOA Summit, I am feeling especially inspired. I was lucky enough to be part of the speaker lineup, alongside thought leaders like John Perkins, Ryan Picarella, Vic Strecher, Andrew Sykes, MJ Shaar, Brian Passon, Rosie Ward, Paul Scialla, Barbara Zabawa, Mitch Martens and many more.
Managers & leaders at Healthstat adopt their favorite power pose during a Managers on the Move workshop.
The good news is that most organizations now offer wellness. The bad news is that most still struggle with engagement. 85% of US organizations offer wellness, but over 80% of eligible employees are opting out. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Research shows that it’s the manager that makes the difference.