Wellness thought leaders, under the guise of “wellness isn’t just about physical health,” brush physical health aside as if it’s no longer our concern. We’re all about connection, humanization, and collaboration.
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I never would have thought to align our wellness program with our core values and business goals.
If a wellness leader never would have thought to align the wellness program with the organization’s core values, they probably aren’t really core values. Continue reading »
Coming Soon: Rob Baker’s “Personalization at Work: How HR Can Use Job Crafting to Drive Performance, Engagement and Wellbeing”in job design, industrial organizational psychology, job crafting
The book I’m most looking forward to in 2020:
Rob and I talk frequently, and he’s strongly influenced my thinking and practices regarding job crafting.