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wellness management in the workplace rethinking change

http://ilocker.bsu.edu/users/jellery/World_shared/Henry2011.pptxhttp://ilocker.bsu.edu/users/jellery/World_shared/Henry2011.pptx

Wellness Management in the Workplace: Rethinking Change

  • Jane Ellery, Ph.D.Associate Director and Assistant Professor, Wellness Management

jellery@bsu.edu

Fisher Institute for Wellness and Gerontology

what is wellness
What is Wellness?

How does your company view human assets?

How does your wellness plan fit within your company’s mission?

What is important to your employees?

What are they willing to change?

How can you help make the “healthiest choice” the “easiest choice.”

where are we now
Where are we now?

Occupational Health and Safety

It’s a full-time job to think about all of this!

Employee Assistance Programs

Integrated Solutions

Nutrition Interventions

Weight Loss and Obesity Prevention

Employee Health Plans

Health Risk Assessments

Healthier Employees

Cultural Assessments

Physical Fitness Initiatives

Small Business Wellness Tax Credit

Consumer Driven Health Plans

Health and Productivity Management

Incentives

if you want to think about it full time
If you want to think about it full time…
  • Fisher Institute for Wellness and Gerontology graduate degree program in Wellness Management
  • 2 year MA/MS program that combines health enhancement thinking with a foundations of business minor
what s a part timer to do
What’s a part-timer to do?
  • Hire a vendor – make sure they develop into a partner AND they have a monetary investment in assuring participation and change in your employees (maybe split payment for services into 50% for delivering services and 50% for achieving outcomes)
  • Send your HR manager to receive some training (See University of Southern Indiana and IP-FW offerings… coming soon – certificate in workplace wellness at Ball State)
  • Partner with the Wellness Council of Indiana and/or develop a local support structure
these may be good actions
These may be good actions…
  • But start with thinking!

Best Thinking

Best Planning

Best Doing

wellness

Wellness Management

Wellness
  • An integrated method of functioning which is oriented toward maximizing the potential of which the individual is capable, within the environment where he is functioning
        • Halbert Dunn, 1977
  • Supporting opportunities to impact the diverse, multi-dimensional processes important in preserving and protecting health and well-being.
what is wellness1
What is Wellness?

How does your company view human assets?

How does your wellness plan fit within your company’s mission?

What is important to your employees?

What are they willing to change?

How can you help make the “healthiest choice” the “easiest choice.”