Eight Red Flags in Weight Loss Research: How to Spot Them and What They Mean

This white paper will help health professionals and business leaders identify 8 major red flags in weight loss research that lead to misleading and false claims.

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Watch Rosie Share Her Experiences in a Free Online Video Series

Be honest. Do you want more? More balance? More confidence? More energy? More influence? More meaningful relationships? More out of life? I know how that feels. I grew up as the youngest of 5 girls in an over-achieving family. As a result of various experiences, I became convinced that the only way that I would…

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Watch our Webinar! Conscious Capitalism 101: A Business Profit Strategy

Leaders and entrepreneurs around the world are reimagining business as a vehicle of service for the uplifting of humanity rather than as a way to make as much money as possible. Conscious Capitalism is a philosophy along with a set of guiding principles and best practices based on a simple idea that business is about…

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Watch our Webinar: Don’t Let Bad Bosses Suck the Wellbeing Out of Your Organization! Develop Your Leaders So Everyone Can Thrive

Rosie Ward and Dr. Jon Robison review the science on leadership and its impact on both organizational effectiveness and employee wellbeing. Incorporating story, professional experience and research, they provide a practical, science-based framework for rethinking traditional leadership development and integrating it with wellbeing efforts for a sustainable, positive impact.   

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Watch our Webinar: Health Care at Half the Cost

Organizational leaders are frequently led to believe that the problem with healthcare costs is the result of employees’ unhealthy behaviors. However, the reality is that the problem with healthcare costs actually has everything to do with the healthcare system itself.

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Watch our Webinar: Metrics for Employee & Organizational Wellbeing

In this one-hour webinar, you’ll learn why Return on Investment (ROI) and Value on Investment (VOI) are flawed approaches to evaluating wellbeing programs, and why workplaces have been stuck using these outdated metrics for decades. Rosie and Jon will present their unique, people-centered approach to measurement and evaluation, which can help transform your organization into…

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The Employee Health Program Code of Conduct: Programs Should Do No Harm

Wellness programs should be designed in a way to improve health and do no harm; but not all programs are equal. The Code of Conduct defines a minimum set of standards that, if adopted, ensures wellness providers and employers can effectively support employees without eroding health or happiness.

10 Revelations on the Present & Future of Workplace Wellbeing

Huge changes are underfoot in the workplace in recent years, and the organizational and employee wellbeing spaces are no exception. From an organizational standpoint, leaders and HR executives are increasingly realizing that while the traditional focus on leadership, culture and engagement is still important there may actually be something even more fundamental that is keeping…

You Can’t Use a Paperclip to Solve Wellbeing Issues

In the show MacGyver, the lead character was known for creatively using objects and resources to help escape life-threatening situations. In one episode, he diffused a bomb at the last second using a paperclip. Real life is not so simple — especially when it comes to changing human behavior. Yet the way we typically approach…