Millennials Like Printed Communications

Millennials Like Printed Communications – No, Seriously… Here’s Why

Younger audiences are more likely to create emotional connections with printed health and wellness communications.  You’d think a generation that grew into adulthood glued to electronic devices would prefer digital communication, right? Sure, Millennials rely on smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops to connect with the world, but this group of 20- and 30-somethings also appreciates…

Intrinsic motivation Let your wellness program participants take control of their own experience

Intrinsic motivation: Let your wellness program participants take control of their own experience

For decades, most workplace wellness programs have focused on providing external incentives to motivate people to participate. The thought has been that if you offer employees money to complete health-risk appraisals (HRAs) or give individuals extra days off for engaging in certain activities, then people will join in and be persuaded to live healthy lives.…

One Learning Style Doesn’t Fit All When It Comes To Workplace Communications

One Learning Style Doesn’t Fit All When it Comes to Workplace Communications

An important truth in learning and communications is that everyone understands, processes, and retains information in different ways. Some people do better by seeing and reading, others by hearing, and still others by hands-on involvement. That’s why it’s crucial for your worksite wellness communications to use various strategies to reach your intended audience.  Use Multiple…

Presentations Can Be Powerful Components of Your Communications Strategy

Presentations Can Be Powerful Components of Your Communications Strategy

Presentations can be powerful components of your worksite wellness communication strategy… if you know how to really “Wow!” your audience. Your presentation should leave your audience informed, entertained, and inspired to take action. Here are 14 points to make your presentations powerful & compelling: Creating Your Content Keep it simple. Decide on a topic, say…