Building A Results-Oriented Program
According to recent national benchmarking studies, there are a number of common elements inherent in successful health promotion initiatives. To help you better understand these best practices, we have distilled these elements into the "Seven C's" of workplace wellness programs. Considered to be the "science" behind building best-in-class workplace wellness programs, the "Seven C's" of workplace wellness have been used in hundreds of companies across the United States.
To learn more, simply click on each of the seven benchmarks below.
Best Practice #1: Capture Senior Level Support
In this section, you will find important information to help you engage your company's leaders in building and sustaining a great workplace wellness initiative.| More...
Best Practice #2: Create A Cohesive Wellness Teams
In this section, we'll help you better understand the art and science of establishing effective wellness teams.| More...
Best Practice #3: Collect Data To Drive Your Health Efforts
The third benchmark of a healthy company is data collection. In this section, we'll show what data needs to be collected, how to do it, and when it needs to be done.| More...
Best Practice #4: Craft A Wellness Operating Plan
The annual wellness plan is the vehicle that articulates the initiative's strategic direction. In this section, we'll show you the essential elements of a great operating plan.| More...
Best Practice #5: Choose Appropriate Health Interventions
Choosing appropriate interventions is where the rubber meets the road. In this section, we'll show you how to implement programs that create tangible outcomes.| More...
Best Practice #6: Creating a Supportive Environment
Supportive environments significantly increase the likelihood that positive changes in health behavior will take place. In this section, you'll learn the policies, practices, and promotions that build healthy cultures.| More...
Best Practice #7: Consistently Evaluating Outcomes
Evaluating your wellness program need not be an overwhelming proposition. In this article, we'll focus on why, what, how, and when you should evaluate your wellness program.| More...