On June 21, 2017
Blog #4, Pearce’s Race Across America.
On May 24, 2017
StayWell experience indicates that a strong culture is better than financial rewards in achieving long-term behavior change from well-being programs
On April 18, 2017
Did you know that when you work longer hours but have less sleep your actual output is less than if you are well-rested? Lack of sleep causes U.S. workers to perform at subpar levels. Harvard researchers estimate that sleep deprivation costs U.S. companies $63.2 billion in lost productivity – per year.*
On April 3, 2017
The human race is becoming more and more connected every day. Our phones and watches are smart. We have wrist straps that count our steps and gadgets that measure our sleep. Our health data lives online, ready to be quantified, analyzed, and compared.
On January 27, 2017
Do we really know how to be resilient? Resiliency is described as the ability to recover from challenges or perceived setbacks. More familiar terms include grit, stamina, moxie, backbone, or flexibility. All these terms describe a similar characteristic: the ability to handle a negative situation in a healthy way.
On January 19, 2017
Motivating and empowering individuals and promoting sustainable behavior change. These are the goals of Group Coaching—and the foundation for our new product: StayWell Ignite.
On December 1, 2016
As millennials have become the largest contingent of the American workforce, employers are trying to balance the health and well-being needs of an increasingly diverse population. But delivering solutions to people of differing ages and health status can be challenging. For example, it’s well known that baby boomers were motived by title and financial compensation, but millennials look for employers who share their personal values and focus on the broader society.
On November 16, 2016
A few years ago, I wrote that improving health is a lot like raising a child. Preparing a child to be a productive, responsible adult takes a whole village.