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  • Writer's pictureSara Flowers

Corporate Well-Being Checkup: Your Health & Happiness Checklist

Top Ten Tips to Score Your Employee Self-Care Initiatives



In the ever-evolving business world, the importance of employee well-being cannot be overstated. A healthy workforce is not just a happier one; it's a more productive and profitable one.


As a seasoned certified health and wellness professional and a corporate consultant, trainer, and speaker, I've seen firsthand the transformative impact that a focus on well-being can have on businesses, teams, individuals, stakeholders, and the bottom line.


Sara Flowers NBC-HWC, DHP, E-RYT, TRE®

This quick checklist is designed to guide corporate professionals in fostering a culture of well-being, health, and happiness within their organizations. You'll witness a remarkable cascade of benefits by implementing and achieving these goals - from increased revenue, focus, and energy to reduced errors, healthcare costs, and absenteeism. So, give your company ten points for each of the ten topics below to see how you currently score!


The Corporate Well-Being Checkup Checklist


1. Leadership Commitment: Setting the Tone

  • Demonstrate visible commitment: Leaders need to actively participate in and champion wellness initiatives.

  • Align wellness with company values: Integrate well-being into the core values to create a culture that supports and prioritizes health.

2. Strategic Goal Setting: Outlining the Vision

  • Define well-being goals: Set specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) objectives for health-related outcomes.

  • Incorporate wellness in business strategy: Integrate well-being goals into the overall business plan to ensure long-term commitment.

3. Tailored Programs: Find The Best Fit

  • Assess employee needs: Conduct surveys or assessments to identify your workforce's unique wellness needs and preferences.

  • Offer diverse wellness initiatives: Create a variety of options and programs addressing physical, mental, and emotional well-being to cater to different interests and personal preferences.

4. Communication and Education: Spreading the Message

  • Regularly communicate: Keep employees informed about wellness initiatives, success stories, and upcoming events through various channels.

  • Provide education: Offer workshops, seminars, and resources to empower employees to make informed health decisions.

5. Supportive Environment: Nurturing Well-Being

  • Design a healthy workspace: Create an environment that encourages physical activity, healthy eating, and mental relaxation.

  • Offer flexible work options: Allow for work-life balance and self-care, promoting a stress-reducing work environment.

6. Health and Wellness Benefits: Incentivizing Participation

  • Comprehensive benefits package: Provide a range of health-related benefits, including wellness programs and coaching.

  • Rewards and recognition: Acknowledge and celebrate employee achievements in their well-being journey focusing on inclusivity.

7. Data-Driven Approach: Tracking Progress

  • Collect and analyze data: Use metrics like participation rates, assessments, and productivity measures to gauge the impact of wellness programs and initatives.

  • Adjust strategies based on insights: Continuously refine efforts based on data to ensure maximum effectiveness.

8. Encourage Work-Life Balance: Fostering Happiness

  • Promote work-life boundaries: Encourage employees to unplug and enjoy self-care during non-working hours.

  • Lead by example: Encourage leaders to prioritize their own work-life balance to set a positive precedent.

9. Mental Health Focus: Cultivating Resilience

  • Normalize conversations: Create an open environment for discussing mental health, increasing support, and reducing stigma, stress, and burnout.

  • Offer resources and support: Provide access to wellness coaching, counseling services, and mental health resources to address overwhelm and emotional well-being.

10. Continuous Evaluation: Adapting and Improving

  • Seek employee feedback: Regularly gather input (including anonymously) to understand what's working and where adjustments are needed.

  • Stay up-to-date with trends: Stay informed about the latest trends and research in corporate wellness to keep your programs and offers relevant.


Now add up your points to see if you scored 100. If you did - way to go and keep it up! If you didn't quite ace it, congratulations on being willing to take a look at areas where there might be some room for improvement.


By embracing this checklist and cultivating a corporate culture of well-being, health and happiness, businesses can unlock a plethora of benefits snowballing into a cascading ripple effect. Not only will you witness increased revenue, resilience, energy, focus, creativity, and productivity, but you'll also see a reduction in on-the-job errors, healthcare costs, and employee turnover.

Remember, the journey to a healthier, happier workforce is ongoing, but the rewards are well worth the effort. Your organization's success is intimately tied to the well-being of its leaders and employees, and by taking deliberate steps to improve their lives, you'll be propelling your business toward a brighter future.


To discuss how Grow With Flowers can help implement a proven process and a premier culture of health and well-being in your company, fill out this quick questionnaire to schedule a consultation call.


If it looks like we can support you, our expert will be happy to discuss how Grow With Flowers can initiate the change interventions you want to see in your company while taking into consideration exactly where you are now versus where you want to be.


Let's create a healthier, happier, and more prosperous future together. We look forward to helping you be the change you wish to see in your business and beyond, so let's talk soon!

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