Help Employees/Members Adopt Healthy Behavior Changes That Last
Live interactive Audio Webcast
September 16, 2010 at 1:30 EDT
N.J., September 7, 2010 —Workplace wellness
managers are responsible for developing program offerings that result
lasting behavior change.
behavior change that ‘sticks’ and becomes a habit
for your participant, you can’t adequately prove the
return-on-investment (ROI) of your organization’s wellness
you can’t show your boss your program’s ROI,
getting significant support for your program is impossible.
in five American adults smoke but half of the smoking population tries
and fails to quit each year.
of people are obese or overweight. Yet, 95 percent of diet plans fail.
percent of premature death and aging is lifestyle related -- a result
of bad health habits.
Veteran wellness professionals know
that creating lasting behavior change in the workplace is no easy task.
Long-range organizational support
for your budget hinges on the long-term success of your program
results. "Show Me The Money."
Amazingly, only 19 percent of
companies surveyed measured employee behavior change as a measure of
success of their health and productivity programs, according to a
However, more than half of employers
are expected to reverse this emphasis by planning to measure employee
behavior change and/or behavior modification. This is you opportunity
to get ready for the coming changes.
Michael White, Partner, WELL Street
What You Will Learn:
to motivate behavior change that is meaningful and personally rewarding
to change your program participants’ thinking
to engage your organization’s employees/members
that allow employees to make conscious choices that lead to lasting
‘Open Line’ Question and Answer Session
more information or to register, visit: www.healthresourcesonline.com/edu/Creating-Behavior-Change.htm
program is being presented by the Wellness Management Information
Center, publisher of Wellness Program Management Advisor.