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How to Motivate the Unmotivated with Workplace Wellness

By TrainHR (other events)

Tuesday, November 6 2018 10:00 AM 11:00 AM
 
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Overview: 
Paving the way to motivate the unmotivated isn't rocket science, but it does take a strategic approach.To achieve optimal engagement with wellness,we need a strategy that is inclusive,encouraging and staged within a healthy environment.This recipe provides the best bet for achievement of a more engaged workforce.Programming needs to be offered to the people who need a wellness program the most - the unmotivated,uninterested and unhealthy.

These people respond positively to fresh ideas that are relevant to their needs and their ability to act.A comprehensive wellness program that is engaging and consistently presents opportunities to increase awareness and move towards health is what works.

There is no such thing as a quick-fix approach.The key to program and engagement success is the ability to work with individual employees to ultimately help them modify their behaviours.For some it might be a minor habit adjustment,for others it could be a drastic lifestyle change.This model ensures that a wellness program, tailored for each specific company, will achieve maximum benefits. 

The employee wellness industry is growing because it's easy to see a return on better health.The more programs offered to encourage lasting behaviour change,the healthier the return will be.Healthy employees cost less. Period. 

Why should you Attend: The same people participate This feedback is popular among wellness programs. There are ways to engage the unmotivated through strategic incentives, outreach initiatives and the "drip effect". Move the unmotivated. Challenge the crowd.Engage the enthusiasts.Watch participation rates sore with the right methods of delivery. 

Obesity,heart disease, mental health are all common ailments among workers these days!Sick time is also an issue and can be crippling to workplaces.Wellness can make the difference in culture and motivating programs can help turn the dial! 

Areas Covered in the Session:

Incentives
Motivation Tactics
Communication Strategies
Recognition Strategies
Common Results with an Engaging Wellness Program


Who Will Benefit:

Human Resources
Wellness Champions within a Workplace
Person Responsible for Coordinating Internal Wellness Program
Executive Leaders
Employee Benefits Consultants/Brokers

Instructor:
Meaghan Jansen is the owner of a Canadian employee and corporate wellness company called, Employee Wellness Solutions Network (ewsnetwork.com). She and her husband have been in business for 15 years and live in London, ON with their two children. Meaghan completed her BSc. (biology and psychology) and BA. (sport and exercise psychology) at the University of New Brunswick before completing her MSc. (exercise nutrition in kinesiology) at the University of Western Ontario. Meaghan is passionate about sharing the message of healthy living at work. She is a Corporate Wellness Specialist and has presented all over the world with the message of optimizing health and wellness. She is an interest group leader with the International Association for Workplace Health Promotion, a presenter for American College of Sports Medicine and an advisory board member of the Canadian Academy of Lifestyle Medicine. She has also presented at several Human Resources Professional Associations, Employee Benefits Specialists chapter events, the Schedule 2 Employer Group Conference, Northwind’s Health Invitational Forum and Benefits Trends & Insights in Canada. Meaghan is passionate about healthy living and her presentation style is indicative of this. Her family is very active and lives the message of healthy balance! Bio: Meaghan Jansen is the owner of a Canadian employee and corporate wellness company called, Employee Wellness Solutions Network (ewsnetwork.com). She and her husband have been in business for 15 years and live in London, ON with their two children. Meaghan completed her BSc. (biology and psychology) and BA. (sport and exercise psychology) at the University of New Brunswick before completing her MSc. (exercise nutrition in kinesiology) at the University of Western Ontario. Meaghan is passionate about sharing the message of healthy living at work. She is a Corporate Wellness Specialist and has presented all over the world with the message of optimizing health and wellness. She is an interest group leader with the International Association for Workplace Health Promotion, a presenter for American College of Sports Medicine and an advisory board member of the Canadian Academy of Lifestyle Medicine. She has also presented at several Human Resources Professional Associations, Employee Benefits Specialists chapter events, the Schedule 2 Employer Group Conference, Northwind’s Health Invitational Forum and Benefits Trends & Insights in Canada. Meaghan is passionate about healthy living and her presentation style is indicative of this. Her family is very active and lives the message of healthy balance! 

Profile: • International Speaker • Member of Canadian Fitness Professionals Organization (CanFitPro), Personal Training Certificate • Member of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) • Member of the International Association for Workplace Health Promotion (IAWHP), a subsidiary of ACSM • Interest Group leader for IAWHP • Board Member of the Canadian Academy of Lifestyle Medicine (CALM) • Corporate Wellness Specialist • Marathon Runner • Canadian Business Owner EDUCATION 1996-2000 Bachelor of Science Degree (BSc.) Biology and Psychology, University of New Brunswick, Saint John 2000-2001 Bachelor of Arts (BA) Sport and Exercise Psychology, University of New Brunswick, Saint John 2001-2003 Masters of Science in Kinesiology (MSc.) Exercise Nutrition, University of Western Ontario, London 

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