Business of Well-being

In Wellness Communication, Clarity is Key and Less Is More

Most wellness communication had been riddled with corporate speak and jargon instead of clear, concise language for busy employees. Before you draft emails, newsletters, posters remind yourself of probable realities about your audience and message.

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Shawn M. Connors

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

We're Giving Dieting Too Much - Weight in Wellness Communication

Most wellness committees deliver frequent messages about food-tips sent with good intentions and prescribe what to eat. Employers who receive this communication are conditioned to believe they'll feel better if they simply pay attention.

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Shawn M. Connors

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Your Employees Will Be Global Healthcare Consumers - Are You Prepared to Communicate with Them?

A "perfect storm" of trends occurred about 10 years ago in the music industry, changed the landscape of that business forever. A fresh wave of consumers suddenly had a new host of internet tools and a profound sense of empowerment.

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Shawn M. Connors

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Using Data to Set Goals Employees Want to Achieve

Wellness communication is often an afterthought, viewed by organizations as a necessary byproduct of their wellness plans. Most companies try to figure out ways to elicit employee participation in only after they design or adopt their wellness programs.

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Shawn M. Connors

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

8 Truths to Boost Your Wellness Communication

Offering health-related programs that align with corporate strategies and employees goals and aspirations is smart. The foundation for behavior change and real progress is creative, persuasive communication that gets people to notice the programs in first place.

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Shawn M. Connors

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January 29, 2014

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