The Most Common Workplace Wellness Intervention is a Farce

Don’t miss Dr. Jon Robison’s Webinar – “Health for Every Body: Making Peace With Our Bodies and Our Food” — put on by the National Wellness Institute on Thursday, March 20 at noon CDT.

Here’s why I recommend this Webinar:

It’s jaw dropping how so much time, money, and national treasure is being wasted on irrational and ineffective workplace wellness programs when infinitely superior strategies and tactics are available. The “Health for Every Body” approach is a breath of fresh air because it makes sense and is based on science.

Get your participants excited about your Wellness Program with these 7 easy marketing tips

If you subscribe to the Field of Dreams’ philosophy of “If you build it, they will come,” your wellness program may not be as effective as it could be. You can’t simply create a wellness program and naively think that potential wellness program participants will automatically know what the program is and why they should care.

Instead of taking a wait-and-see approach (hoping your wellness program will eventually “catch on”), steal these 7 proven strategies from marketers. Marketing practices work, and they don’t have to be expensive. Here are 7 effective ideas that cost little, if anything.