General vs. Performance Wellness

Are your wellness programs designed to help employees improve: A) their health and fitness; or B) their workplaceperformance?

If you don’t have both types of programs, you’re missing half the equation.

General vs. Performance Wellness

Typical wellness programs for employees focus on weight loss, smoking cessation, exercise and other general health objectives.

Performance wellness programs focus on helping employees develop work habits that improve their workplace productivity and efficiency. A performance wellness program also helps employees decrease work and lifestyle habits that can damage health and workplace performance.

Performance wellness programs focus on specific eating and nutrition (not diet and weight loss) protocols. These programs also focus on physical activity (not limited to exercise) habits that help maintain energy levels during the workday and optimize personal health.

Would you like to…

  • Decrease absenteeism?
  • Decrease presenteeism?
  • Increase employee productivity and efficiency?
  • Reduce the number of employees who come to work sick (and who spread illness)?
  • Improve employee travel habits?
  • Lower your health care costs?
  • Decrease employee burnout and staff turnover?

If so, you’ll need to help employees who work long hours, especially under stress, manage the causes and symptoms of corporate fatigue.

One, 60- or 90-minute seminar can change the lives of employees from — C-suite executives to department managers — forever. By better understanding the causes of corporate fatigue, employees can then use the many tips, habits and lifestyle and workplace habits that help manage the physical and mental stressors that break down the body, mind and spirit.

Managing Corporate Fatigue is not a New Age motivational seminar with a proprietary “system” or “method” created by a peak-performance guru.

An MCF seminar is a fact-based explanation of science, presented by a trained journalist and applied researcher who has been a corporate executive, small-business owner and nonprofit and trade association manager and consultant.

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