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2018 Worksite Wellness Awards – Conference

Vermont Worksite Wellness Conference – Shows Us How It Works The 2018 Vermont Worksite Wellness Conference, an annual event in Burlington, Vermont, offered a little of everything.  On March 21, Vermont companies of all sizes received awards for their worksite wellness efforts. Exhibitors shared great information and demonstrations. I personally enjoyed testing four of the QOR360 active sitting […]

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Capacity For Change: When Do You Know the Time Is Right?

I was meeting with a client today to discuss the status of a project that relied on the readiness or capacity of the client and their partners.  My presentation included: The resources that existed and did not exist The costs for these resources The competing priorities facing the partners and My assessment of the readiness […]

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Designing Healthy Workplaces

The New England Area of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) hold their Professional Development Conference: Learning From Each Other, located in Falmouth, Mass. on Tues., Nov. 17, and Wed., Nov. 18, 2015. One of the workshops offered will be, Designing Healthy Workplaces: The Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England […]

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Healthy Organizations Plan for Change

Employees experience changes in the work place and in their personal life. Business sales and services change too and employees are expected to adapt and meet demands. How does an organization  support employees to sustain a healthy business and healthy and happy staff that meet the challenges of change? A healthy organizational predicts the cycles […]

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How Many Dimensions of Health Determine Wellness?

When I attended the University of Vermont in the 80s, I learned there were five dimensions of health. These dimensions included physical, intellectual, social, emotional, and spiritual. I also learned that there was a connection across these dimensions. A good example in my life is how stress affects what I eat. I reach for sweets […]

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