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Redesigning Wellness Podcast

The Redesigning Wellness podcast explores the world of corporate health to help employers build strategic wellness programs that engage employees. The Redesigning Wellness podcast is centered around what works and doesn’t work in wellness. In this podcast, Jen will interview experts in various worksite wellness specialties to demystify the common worksite wellness program. She’ll also spend time sharing common barriers to help get your wellness program moving forward. You’ll discover common sense approaches to wellness, tips for engaging employees and how to implement a program that your employees actually like.
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Now displaying: July, 2017
Jul 26, 2017

What exactly is a psychologically safe workplace? And what’s wellness got to do with it? Questions like these are what today’s guest on Redesigning Wellness answers.

Meet Karen Mastroianni, a nurse who’s been running her own wellness company successfully for the past 24 years. Karen is a master on the subject of psychological safety (a big reason the National Wellness Institute asked her to host their webinar on the topic) and believes achieving psychological safety without a holistic approach to wellness is impossible.

Tune-in to hear Karen’s talk about the evolution of the wellness business since the early 1990s, the ascension of psychological safety in the workplace and how unrecognized biases can impact how we practice wellness.

For full show notes visit https://redesigningwellness.com/

 

Jul 19, 2017

Today is a special episode as the tables are turned and listeners get to know Jen Arnold, founder of Redesigning Wellness. Bob Merberg not only convinces Jen that it’s important for listeners to know her story; but interviews Jen himself.

Jen shares her beginnings working as a wellness professional in a corporate setting before pivoting to the entrepreneurial world of wellness. She openly shares about how her shortcomings and lack of knowledge at the outset of her experience and how it motivated her to learn more, teach more, help more, and continue the discussion of wellness through her company, Redesigning Wellness.

Tune into find out the weaknesses of an outcome-based based program when it comes to wellness and the importance of looking at one’s health holistically.

For full show notes visit: www.redesigningwellness.com

 

Jul 12, 2017

As wellness professionals, most of us are supporting employees in living healthier lives. When and why people change their behaviors has always been fascinating to me. Why do some people change when others stay stuck?

Umar Hameed helps people get unstuck from any limiting beliefs or inner conflict that hold them back from accomplishing what they desire. He is an expert in changing individual behavior and improving team dynamics. Umar uses techniques and tools from the world of applied neuroscience and neurolinguistics programming (NLP) to help individuals and organizations become more successful.

Umar believes every behavior and team dynamic has an underlying belief that drives it and one must address these beliefs to create change. Listen in as Umar explains how we get unstuck from our limiting beliefs, inner conflicts and hotwired responses in order to create real change in our lives and business.

Jul 5, 2017

If you’re a regular listener, you’ve heard me mention an online wellness community for us (wellness professionals) share ideas. Well, it’s now open!

I decided to make it a closed Facebook group because most of us are on it anyway, so why create another log in and password for any of us.

Let me tell you the why behind this community. A few months ago a friend and colleague emailed me with all of these crazy requests from her boss to defend her role. One of them was “tell me why you can do this job better than an admin”.

I helped her as well as I could but I wanted to get input from others in the field to help her but the only forum we have is email or Linked In….and neither of those felt right. What if I could design a community where she could post the challenge and we could collectively jump in to help her solution?

That’s why I built the Redesigning Wellness Community as a group on Facebook. It’s a closed group so you’ll have to request to join. This is to keep out the spammers and bots but to also make sure to keep it a positive community.

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