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Improving Employee Well-Being in Your Organization

Ensure better engagement, retention and acquisition as a “whole health” organization

People are a business’s most valued asset, so it stands to reason that employee wellness is a fundamentally important metric for ensuring your company optimizes its talent. In fact, holistic wellness is one of the drivers that is reshaping the world of work—and it’s likely to take even greater organizational focus in the future. Today’s potential and current employees expect employers’ practices and policies to reflect a “whole person” perspective that includes diversity, equity and belonging, transparency, and a whole range of related issues. In this course, you will learn to identify major shifts in how work is conducted—recognizing the impact of the pandemic, Generation Z, technology, and other global forces. Explore how to build a business case for a whole health initiative in your workplace, recognize potential obstacles and pitfalls, and discover the steps leaders must take in order to make such a program a reality—plus much more.

Seminar Number: 08526

  • In-Person
  • Live Online
  • At Your Company Location

Course Scheduling & Pricing

Who Should Attend

Leaders in human resources, total rewards, and benefits, as well as business owners and other professionals who oversee the HR function or are involved with or responsible for strategic initiatives that impact organizational change.

  •   In-Person2 Day(s)
    1.2 CEU
  •   Live Online2 Day(s)
    1.2 CEU
 

People are a business’s most valued asset, so it stands to reason that employee wellness is a fundamentally important metric for ensuring your company optimizes its talent. In fact, holistic wellness is one of the drivers that is reshaping the world of work—and it’s likely to take even greater organizational focus in the future. Today’s potential and current employees expect employers’ practices and policies to reflect a “whole person” perspective that includes diversity, equity and belonging, transparency, and a whole range of related issues.

In this course, you will learn to identify major shifts in how work is conducted—recognizing the impact of the pandemic, Generation Z, technology, and other global forces. Explore how to build a business case for a whole health initiative in your workplace, recognize potential obstacles and pitfalls, and discover the steps leaders must take in order to make such a program a reality—plus much more.

  • Improve overall performance and business results by making employee well-being a higher priority
  • Increase your organization’s profile as an employer of choice
  • Support talent engagement, acquisition and retention efforts
  • Make the most of the wellness resources your organization has already established
  • Recognizing why companies are prioritizing the health and well-being of their employees
  • Describing a healthy organization and the determinants of a healthy, thriving workforce
  • Developing a framework of overall wellness: mental, physical, social, financial, spiritual, and environmental
  • Exploring the critical role of leaders in driving and achieving organizational health
  • Discussing productivity, flow, and creativity in today’s knowledge workforce
  • Identifying major shifts in when, where, and how work is happening
  • Examining the new social contract (roles, rules, purpose) between employer and employee
  • Fully leveraging the employee program investments you’ve already made
  • Determining how to start, and where to focus your organization’s efforts
  • Exploring best practices and lessons learned related to health and well-being initiatives
  • Building a case for change, identifying sponsors and influencers as well as cultural and structural roadblocks
  • Putting it all together and developing your action plan

Learning Objectives

  • Explain Why Organizations Are Paying Attention to Employee Well-Being
  • Explore the Critical Role of Leaders in Driving and Achieving a Healthy Workplace
  • Discuss the Impact of Well-Being on Productivity, Engagement, and Creative Problem-Solving
  • Plan to Fully Leverage the Employee Well-Being Program Investments You’ve Already Made
  • Explore Best Practices and Lessons Learned Related to Health and Well-Being Initiatives
  • Develop a Plan to Address Overall Well-Being in Your Organization or Workplace

The Business Imperative for Prioritizing Well-Being

  • Recognize Why Organizations Are Paying Attention to Employee Well-Being
  • Identify Major Shifts in When, Where and How Work Is Happening
  • Define “Well-Being,” “Healthy Workplace,” and “Organizational Health"
  • Describe the Link between Employee Well-Being and Organizational Health
  • Determine an Aspect of Employee Well-Being You Can Impact

Employees and Their Changing Attitudes Toward Work

  • Examine the New Social Contract between Employer and Employee
  • Consider the Employee Experience as a Source of Insight
  • Leverage the Purpose Imperative to Support Engagement, Retention, and Talent Acquisition
  • Articulate the Relationship between Psychological Safety and Employee Well-Being

Fully Leverage the Employee Program Investments You’ve Already Made

  • Review the “Benefits” Offered by Your Organization
  • Prioritize Which Benefits Have the Greatest Impact on Employee Well-Being
  • Identify Which “Benefits” Are Under-Utilized, and Why
  • Plan to Communicate Value of Using Existing Benefits

Putting Employee Well-Being Front and Center

  • Gain Clarity on the Role of Organizational Culture on Employee Well-Being
  • Consider How an Employee or New-Hire Would Describe Your Organization’s Culture around Well-Being
  • Assess How Your Organization’s Mission, Vision, Structure, and Culture May Conflict with Well-Being
  • Identify “Elephants in the Room”

Make It Real

  • Gather Ideas from Employee Well-Being Case Studies
  • Assess the Seven Elements of Well-Being at Your Organization
  • Complete the CDC Worksite Health Scorecard Assessment
  • Determine What You Will Measure to Determine the Success of Your Initiative

Define Areas of Opportunity in Your Organization

  • Explain a Simple, Effective Organizational Change Model
  • Recognize Common Causes of Failure and of Success in Change Initiatives
  • Create a Vision for Your Employee Well-Being Change Initiative
  • Identify Stakeholders, Sponsors, Naysayers, and Supporters
  • Make a Plan to Communicate the Vision

Building the Case for Your Initiative

  • Explain Elements of a Business Case
  • Write a Simple Business Case to Gain Support for Your Healthy Workplace/Well-Being Initiative
  • Practice a Conversation to “Sell” Your Business Case to Possible Allies and Sponsors
  • Complete the “Putting It All Together: Create Your Action Plan”

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American Management Association is accredited by the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is accredited to issue the IACET CEU.

In-Person Schedule

4 Sessions Available

Live Online Schedule

4 Sessions Available

  • $2,595.00 Non Members
  • $2,345.00 AMA Members
  • $2,221.00 GSA
Date Duration State City Zip
  2024-04-15 2024-04-16 Apr 15, 2024 - Apr 16, 2024 2 Days GA Atlanta 30309-7705 Atlanta Register Now

  2024-05-09 2024-05-10 May 9, 2024 - May 10, 2024 2 Days IL Chicago 60601-5927 Chicago Register Now

  2024-08-12 2024-08-13 Aug 12, 2024 - Aug 13, 2024 2 Days DC Arlington/Washington 22202-4807 Arlington/Washington Register Now

  2024-10-24 2024-10-25 Oct 24, 2024 - Oct 25, 2024 2 Days CA San Francisco 94103 San Francisco Register Now

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