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The Redesigning Wellness podcast explores the world of corporate health to help employers build strategic wellness programs that engage employees.

In this podcast, Jen interviews experts in various specialties to demystify the common worksite wellness program. She’ll also spend time sharing barriers to help get your wellness program moving forward.

You’ll discover common sense approaches to wellness, tips for engaging employees and how to implement a program that your employees actually like.

Redesigning Wellness Podcast Jen Arnold

    • 健康與體能

The Redesigning Wellness podcast explores the world of corporate health to help employers build strategic wellness programs that engage employees.

In this podcast, Jen interviews experts in various specialties to demystify the common worksite wellness program. She’ll also spend time sharing barriers to help get your wellness program moving forward.

You’ll discover common sense approaches to wellness, tips for engaging employees and how to implement a program that your employees actually like.

    175: Marketing Strategies that Increase Wellness Engagement with Benjamin Prinzing, Founder and CEO of Kadalyst

    175: Marketing Strategies that Increase Wellness Engagement with Benjamin Prinzing, Founder and CEO of Kadalyst

    The roles that branding and marketing play in employee engagement cannot be overstated, but often these are concepts that many wellness professionals overlook. Today’s guest, Benjamin Prinzing, helps companies understand how common marketing principles can be used to promote employee buy-in to wellness initiatives - reducing future healthcare spend and improving employee health.
    Benjamin, CEO and founder of Kadalyst and co-founder of Culturehive.org, has served as Chair of the American Heart Association's Annual Wellness Summit since 2013, as well as joining the American Heart Association Board of Directors. He is an accomplished public speaker passionate about helping employers adopt meaningful policies, practices, and programs that support their employees in living healthier and happier lives.
    In today’s episode, Benjamin discusses the importance of marketing wellness programs, sharing a few basic marketing principles like the 3 by 3 concept that can be used to increase employee engagement. He provides a few tips for increasing EAP and telemedicine ultilization, as well as how wellness professionals can use video marketing to their advantage. 
    Benjamin shares a bit about the main goals of his company Kadalyst, and the reason for shifting to Culturehive from the Worksite Wellness Network. Finally, he leaves us with the tangible tip he most hopes people will start implementing. 
    This episode is sponsored by KyndHub.
    KyndHub is a social media platform designed to build your mental wellness. Currently sitting at over 50,000 users, the aim of KyndHub is to create a positive community between users and to gamify the idea of “kyndfulness.” 
    Recently, it has been gaining a lot of traction in the field of employee wellness- companies have been seeing incredible impact in the areas of employee engagement, company culture, and employee wellbeing after implementing KyndHub into the workplace.
    KyndHub also has an extension in which you guys can order “KyndKits”, which are volunteer projects in a box. KyndKits have also been proven to improve your mental wellness, and they make an incredible impact on the community at the same time. 100% of the proceeds from KyndKits go to fund mental health non-profit Project Helping.
    For more information about KyndHub, you can reach them at KyndHub.com or by phone at 303-551-0624.
    For links mentioned in today's episode visit: http://bit.ly/Redesignpod
    To join the Redesigning Wellness Community visit: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rdwellnesscommunity/

    • 56 分鐘
    174: Winning Tactics For Building Better Work Relationships with Bryan Falchuk, Founder of Insurance Evolution Partners

    174: Winning Tactics For Building Better Work Relationships with Bryan Falchuk, Founder of Insurance Evolution Partners

    The dynamics and health of the relationships in a workplace is an integral part of the overall health of the organization and the wellbeing of its people. Today’s guest, Bryan Falchuk, is back to share his 50 75 100 solution to healthier relationships and learning how to keep your cool when interactions prove difficult.
    Bryan, Founder of Insurance Evolution Partners, is the bestselling author of Do A Day and his newest book The 50 75 100 Solution. He is a life and executive coach, having worked as a C-Suite executive and having been involved in several startups. Bryan has also shared his expertise on the Tedx stage and written articles for prominent publications including Inc. Magazine and the LA Times.
    In today’s episode, Bryan breaks down the 50 75 100 Solution, explaining how with conscious effort individuals can control 75% of a relationship dynamic. Through an example of a situation with a difficult coworker, Bryan shares the three Buddhist principles - happiness seeking, interdependence, and impermanence - and how they can be the keys to keeping your cool and controlling potentially toxic situations.  
    Finally, Bryan discusses how we can use these tools in our day to day lives, leaving us with a tangible tip to achieving healthier and more beneficial relationships.
    This episode is sponsored by KyndHub.
    KyndHub is a social media platform designed to build your mental wellness. Currently sitting at over 50,000 users, the aim of KyndHub is to create a positive community between users and to gamify the idea of “kyndfulness.” 
    Recently, it has been gaining a lot of traction in the field of employee wellness- companies have been seeing incredible impact in the areas of employee engagement, company culture, and employee wellbeing after implementing KyndHub into the workplace.
    KyndHub also has an extension in which you guys can order “KyndKits”, which are volunteer projects in a box. KyndKits have also been proven to improve your mental wellness, and they make an incredible impact on the community at the same time. 100% of the proceeds from KyndKits go to fund mental health non-profit Project Helping.
    For more information about KyndHub, you can reach them at KyndHub.com or by phone at 303-551-0624.
    For links mentioned in today's episode visit: http://bit.ly/Redesignpod
    To join the Redesigning Wellness Community visit: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rdwellnesscommunity/

    • 55 分鐘
    173: The 4 Steps to Organizational Influence for Wellness Professionals with Jen Arnold

    173: The 4 Steps to Organizational Influence for Wellness Professionals with Jen Arnold

    Connecting and developing relationships with leaders is a common pain-point among wellness professionals. In today’s episode, podcast host Jen Arnold shares a webinar she presented on her 4 steps to organizational influence - a plan that takes the mystery out of building these successful relationships with business leaders who are in a position to invite you to the table.
    Jen has over 20 years of experience leading and advising on organizational health and wellness efforts. She has interviewed more than 170 experts in the field of organizational health and has spoken many stages, including Tedx, WELCOA, and WCWI.
    In today’s episode, Jen discusses some of the reasons she’s learned that wellness professionals are so interested in organizational influence, as well as her secret sauce to becoming a successful wellness professional.
    She takes us through the 4 steps to organizational influence: buying into the business, choosing relationships over requests, integrating instead of separating, and raising your hand. 
    Jen breaks down the goals of each step, explaining important strategies such as being a dot connector, presenting initiatives that reflect what’s important to the company, and finding collaborative opportunities with other departments that tie into wellness.
    Finally, she shares a more in-depth look at the Redesigning Wellness Academy, a training designed to not only delve deeper into these steps, but also walk with you as you begin to try them out for yourself. As Jen says, “you’re probably not going to have a seat at the table, so find a way there.”
    This episode is sponsored by KyndHub.
    KyndHub is a social media platform designed to build your mental wellness. Currently sitting at over 50,000 users, the aim of KyndHub is to create a positive community between users and to gamify the idea of “kyndfulness.” 
    Recently, it has been gaining a lot of traction in the field of employee wellness- companies have been seeing incredible impact in the areas of employee engagement, company culture, and employee wellbeing after implementing KyndHub into the workplace.
    KyndHub also has an extension in which you guys can order “KyndKits”, which are volunteer projects in a box. KyndKits have also been proven to improve your mental wellness, and they make an incredible impact on the community at the same time. 100% of the proceeds from KyndKits go to fund mental health non-profit Project Helping.
    For more information about KyndHub, you can reach them at KyndHub.com or by phone at 303-551-0624.
    For links mentioned in today's episode visit: http://bit.ly/Redesignpod
    To join the Redesigning Wellness Community visit: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rdwellnesscommunity/

    • 1 小時 4 分鐘
    172: Becoming Unmuted with Rachel Druckenmiller, Founder/CEO of Unmuted

    172: Becoming Unmuted with Rachel Druckenmiller, Founder/CEO of Unmuted

    Unleashing and giving yourself permission to be your truest and most authentic self is one of the most vulnerable and rewarding things you can do, according to today’s guest Rachel Druckenmiller, CEO, and founder of Unmuted.
    Rachel, daughter of two teachers turned entrepreneurs, always knew that owning a business was in her future, but she had to learn to stop silencing herself and step in to her own to do it. In 2019 she left her role as a corporate wellness coordinator and founded Unmuted. 
    Through her business, Rachel is on a mission to bring out the best in people and organizations so they can lead more effectively, connect more deeply, and thrive relationally, emotionally and physically - increasing performance, strengthening trust, boosting creativity flow, and allowing people to be more fulfilled at work and at home.
    She was named one of the 40 under 40 game changers by Workforce Magazine, and one of 7 wellness leaders making an impact by Employ Humanity.
    In today’s episode, Rachel talks about leaving her corporate job and the vulnerable process of unmuting the shy and reserved young girl she was into the vibrant, engaging business owner she is today. She shares a few tips and lessons that other wellness professionals can learn from her story, as well as where she sees herself contributing to wellness conversations in the future. 
    Rachel discusses her future Redesigning Wellness Academy session and her thoughts on the importance of social connectedness to holistic wellbeing. Finally, she shares what she’s most excited about for 2020, and leaves us with a poignant quote and last piece of advice.
    This episode is sponsored by KyndHub.
    KyndHub is a social media platform designed to build your mental wellness. Currently sitting at over 50,000 users, the aim of KyndHub is to create a positive community between users and to gamify the idea of “kyndfulness.” 
    Recently, it has been gaining a lot of traction in the field of employee wellness- companies have been seeing incredible impact in the areas of employee engagement, company culture, and employee wellbeing after implementing KyndHub into the workplace.
    KyndHub also has an extension in which you guys can order “KyndKits”, which are volunteer projects in a box. KyndKits have also been proven to improve your mental wellness, and they make an incredible impact on the community at the same time. 100% of the proceeds from KyndKits go to fund mental health non-profit Project Helping.
    For more information about KyndHub, you can reach them at KyndHub.com or by phone at 303-551-0624.
    For links mentioned in today's episode visit: http://bit.ly/Redesignpod
    To join the Redesigning Wellness Community visit:https://www.facebook.com/groups/rdwellnesscommunity/

    • 1 小時 1 分鐘
    171: Constructive Dialogue and Collective Wellbeing with Karen Moseley, President of HERO

    171: Constructive Dialogue and Collective Wellbeing with Karen Moseley, President of HERO

    The practice of conducting research and translating that research into meaningful best practices is one of the foundations and drivers of moving the wellness industry forward. Today’s guest, Karen Moseley, is the president of the Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO), which strives to do just that.
    HERO is a national nonprofit think tank dedicated to providing leadership in research and education on issues such as the impact of wellness program best practices on health outcomes for employees, their spouses, dependents, and their wider communities.
    Karen has been at the helm of this organization for almost a year, growing HERO membership, increasing member engagement, and continuously improving educational programming and supporting HERO’s robust research agenda.
    In today’s episode, Karen provides some background information on HERO, as well as some changes she’s noticed in the wellness industry and how the organization is adapting to and furthering that change. She talks about what prompted her Linkedin post calling for open dialogue, and the feedback she received including connecting to Jen.
    Karen discusses her thoughts on the current challenges the industry faces, as well as what industry movement she’s most excited about. She also shares her knowledge of Social Determinants of Health and how these factors affect the current workforce as well as the future talent of a community.
    Finally, Karen talks about what she hopes to accomplish as president of HERO, what things are on the horizon for HERO in 2020, and lastly leaves us with a tangible tip to creating a successful wellness approach in any organization.
    For links mentioned in today's episode visit: http://bit.ly/Redesignpod
    To join the Redesigning Wellness Community visit:https://www.facebook.com/groups/rdwellnesscommunity/

    • 49 分鐘
    170: 2019 Wellness Wrap-up with Bob Merberg, Principal Consultant at Jozito

    170: 2019 Wellness Wrap-up with Bob Merberg, Principal Consultant at Jozito

    Another year has almost passed, which means it’s time for Jen’s annual chat with wellness colleague, Bob Merberg. It’s so easy to forget what happened this year so join Jen and Bob as they chat about what happened in wellness in 2019 and what we can look forward to on the horizon for next year.
    Bob Merberg, innovator and founder of consulting company Jozito LLC, has been enhancing employee experience and optimizing business results through wellness for more than 20 years.
    He specializes in qualitative and quantitative assessment and analysis of organizational needs, Total Worker Health strategies, and job crafting workshops and consultation. He has been featured multiple times in publications such as HR Executive Magazine, MarketWatch, and Wellbeing Practitioner.
    In today’s episode, Jen and Bob discuss the recent Harvard Song study, as well as the 2019 Yale and MIT wellness lawsuits, and other occupational studies done this year. Each weigh in on their opinions and reservations about the year’s three major wellness trends in hot topics - loneliness, burnout, and mental health. They talk about how each of their perspectives have changed a bit in 2019, and what things have them excited for the new year. 
    Finally, they each share a podcast recommendation for wellness professionals that they personally have been enjoying and discuss personal goals they’re looking forward to achieving in 2020.
    For links mentioned in today's episode visit: http://bit.ly/Redesignpod
    To join the Redesigning Wellness Community visit:https://www.facebook.com/groups/rdwellnesscommunity/

    • 1 小時 32 分鐘

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