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POLL Do you have a wellness program? (will use term health / wellness program) OR Why do you have a wellness program? reduce cost/productivity recruiting & retention Great place to work
SIA Topic – Workplace Wellness – How to Implement a Cost Effective corporate health program
Behaviour Change - why you need it and how to achieve it in your corporate health program
Can-do culture change
Can-do culture change
Healthy culture = healthy employees
A healthy culture is the holy grail of workplace wellness.
It drives all employee behaviour, habits and beliefs
around health and wellness, and is imperative if you want
to achieve real behaviour change.
We all know the importance of creating a
healthy organisational culture.
Culture change is hard
We get stuck on the herculean task of
trying to shift hearts and minds..
To influence the thoughts, beliefs and
values of every single employee is a hard
Yet we also know that culture
change takes time – a lot of time..
Change is inevitable.
Change for the better is a full-time job.
~Adlai E. Stevenson
What you CAN do
Feeling overwhelmed, we overlook the more
feasible and concrete actions we can take.
Actions like simple changes to the physical
environment surrounding our employees.
These physical changes can have a powerful and
immediate effect on employee health habits.
What you CAN do
A new recruit begins at your workplace. They’re all motivated to
stay as fit, healthy and productive as possible.
At their first meeting, they’re offered plates of pastries. At
lunchtime, during a quick 10 minute break between meetings,
they go down to the canteen to find fried foods and chocolate.
The stairs are blocked off due to a lighting issue so they can’t
walk between floors.
They want to go for a quick run after work before they go out, but
there’s no showers and no place to store their valuables.
Slowly, week by week, the motivation to stay healthy deteriorates.
There are often
to a healthy
Workplace environment matters
Physical barriers to a healthy cultrure
just some of
Do you offer
fitness classes or
What food do
you offer during
Are your stairs
accessible, or do
you need to use
Is there somewhere
for employees to
shower after a
able to stand at
Do you provide
free fruit or
Does your onsite
Can employees use
a fridge, microwave
and food prep area?
Things you can change
Taken in isolation, a focus on biscuits or fruit or stairwell
access may seem superficial. Can a tin of biscuits really
make or break a culture?
Yet if communicated well, these changes can create a real
One change always leaves
the way open for the
establishment of others.
It’s about genuine commitment
It’s not about biscuits. It’s about demonstrating a real,
believable and genuine commitment to health.
Actions speak louder than words.
Physical changes, plus policy changes, will be more
convincing and motivating than any email or video from
the CEO (although inspiring videos are great too!)
Find out what you can do - today
change We have a free online questionnaire which helps you identify and
address the physical and policy barriers which are preventing you
from creating a healthy culture.
It’s called Checklist to Change, and it’s free with no opt-in required.
Once you give your answers, you’ll receive advice on changes you
can make right now.
You can get it here
Tell us what you think
Once you’ve done the Checklist to Change we’d love to know
how you went with it.
Post on our Facebook page, email us or call us on 1300 90 10 90.
Change will not come if we wait for
some other person or some other time.
We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.
We are the change that we seek.
~ Barack Obama
Motivate your employees to better health
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