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Value of Investment (VOI) vs. Return on Investment (ROI) - +++ Battle of the Metrics! +++ The workplace wellness industry has been all a buzz lately with the prospect of moving from ROI to VOI to evaluate program efficacy. On the one hand, it is great that we are moving away from ROI – since the literature is clear that these programs do not produce [...]
The 7 Points of Transformation for Organizational & Employee Wellbeing - Ready to build a thriving workplace culture where employees feel valued, are excited to come to work, and are inspired to bring their best selves each day? Changing your culture comes from the inside out, not the outside in. In this video, Dr. Rosie Ward gives you an in-depth look at each of the 7 [...]
Success-600 Do You Have Thriving Organizational Wellbeing? Ask Yourself These Questions - The right culture makes all the difference for every stakeholder in your company — you, as the employer, your employees, and your customers/clients. You get more productive workers who think critically and creatively to ensure they are contributing everything they can. Employees feel valued and appreciated, so they enjoy and are engaged in their work; [...]
Businesswomen working together 3 Easy Ways to Find Out If Your Organization is 400 Years Behind the Times, and How to Fast Forward to Today - As crazy as it sounds, your organization might still be stuck applying approaches  to organizational and employee wellbeing based on 17th century science. If so, your efforts to improve morale and workplace productivity may be as fruitless as trying to convince your boss that the world is flat. How Organizations Are Stuck The best way [...]
A Little Nutrition Sanity – Sugar: The Other White Powder – Rhetoric vs. Reality - The latest round of sugar bashing probably traces its origin back to an article by the lawyer (not nutritionist) Jon Banzhaf in the “New Scientist” in 2003 in which he argued that “fats and sugars can act on the brain in the same way as nicotine and heroin.” In a piece in “The New York [...]


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