There’s a lot of talk about workplaces as in “workplace wellness” or the phrase, “healthful workplace cultures.” Workplace as a term has a physical connotation that limits thinking. It’s like explaining what you did on your summer vacation using flight numbers. The physical place has a role in the drama, but it’s a minor player. I am more interested in your summer experiences, impressions, enjoyments, interesting people you met, and the amazing moments you experienced.
When your wellness team members take ownership of your wellness program and put their names and faces out there for co-workers to see, everyone wins.
“How so?” you might be thinking. Here are 4 points to consider: