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Be Well to Do Well: An Integrated Model for Healthy Individuals and Organizations
June 19, 2013 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Competency Based Management has become increasingly popular as its value is found in understanding talent both required and available, existing skill deficiencies, matching performance to needs, and creating an environment of engaged employees.
Many people may think that because there is high unemployment and lots of good people out of work during these challenging economic times that the talent shortage is over. The truth is the talent shortage is actually getting worse. There are a lot of people out of work, but companies and organizations are still in dire need of the right kind of talent. The larger demographic picture which includes an aging workforce and fewer young people moving into the workforce to replace them, has made the need to attract and retain the best talent even more critical than ever before. Tighter corporate budgets mean that the people who are working are under greater pressure with fewer resources.
In order for a company or organization to sustain itself and be competitive in its market, it needs every person functioning at his or her optimal level. This means that they are healthy, creative, energetic, focused, passionate, and committed to what they do. They need to bring all their best ideas and work effectively and collaboratively together for the common good.
This webinar will focus on the Employee Engagement, that is a heightened emotional connection that an employee feels for his or her organization, that influences him or her to exert great discretionary effort to his or her work. Specifically we’ll explore the compelling case of employee health and well-being as a strategic business imperative for employee engagement and sustainable competitive advantage. You will learn: 1) The spiraling costs of individual poor health to organizations and the demographic trends, 2) The critical importance of nurturing the whole person for optimal performance and personal fulfillment, 3) The Diamond Model of Integrated Health which identifies the 10 key areas necessary for well-being in mind, body, and spirit and 4) How to get started on an employee health initiative in your company.
In this era of global competition, organizations need every person functioning at his or her best. When team members are healthy and well, the result is reduced benefits costs, increased innovation, creative problem-solving, retention of top talent, high energy, and a winning culture where people are well, so they do well.
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