Don’t miss our new 49 page eBook, “Workplace Wellness 2.0: 10 Easy Steps to an Inexpensive, Community Based, Volunteer Managed, Thriving Wellness Initiative,” by my colleague Wendy Haan (with a special shout out and thank you to our gifted editor, Jen Cronin).
Wendy has always been positive and solution oriented in her perspective of workplace wellness. She’s tried to teach me to transcend the negative issues tied to workplace wellness, and provide clear, simple ideas that managers can use to build a culture of health. To the extent I remain a raving lunatic about wellness or else practices, I take full responsibility. Evil must be confronted.
The Wellness Whisperer
The eBook is wonderfully illustrated, totally positive, tightly written, loaded with tools, and provides a solid strategy, with specific tactics you can put to use immediately. It was a monumental work, based on over 30 years of experience and observation in workplace wellness.
Wendy spent the last couple years reviewing the literature, conducted a workplace wellness prototype program (using the ideas in the eBook) with a willing client, studied 21st-century behavioral science (and was the leader for our parent company, IHAC, Inc., in publishing “How to Build a Thriving Culture at Work,” by Rosie Ward and Jon Robison), used our staff to research and investigate new concepts, and still managed to hold the place together as we transitioned from 1.0 to 2.0 in our own thinking about workplace wellness.
Think of 2.0 as the Wellness Whisperer eBook. Wellness programs need not be expensive, clinical, over bearing, and complex. Science in the 21st century offers us a more natural, intuitive way to produce the conditions in which health and wellbeing can thrive. The 2.0 eBook is beautifully laid out and illustrated, with powerful concepts and thinking bursting out on every page. It’s the best one we’ve ever published. I hope you’ll download it and read it today. Then tell everyone else about it.
Shawn is the President and Founder of Hope Health. For over 30 years, his work has focused on bringing clear, easy-to-read and watch health messages to the public via workplaces. He bills himself as the “Best C+ Student in the Wellness Biz” because, as he says, “I like to challenge the notion that there is no such thing as a stupid question.” Shawn is on a mission to tie workplaces into their surrounding communities to share resources and ideas in an effort to improve the health of all Americans.
You may reach Shawn at sconnors@HopeHealth.com or 800-334-4094.