58 min

EP 10: Kate Cook Interviews Dr Richard Safeer The Corporate Wellness Show

    • Health & Fitness

In this episode Kate speaks to Dr Richard Safeer, the Chief Medical Director of Employee Health and Well-being at Johns Hopkins Medicine.
 
Richard leads the Healthy at Hopkins employee health and well-being strategy as well as holding faculty appointments in both the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine as well as the School of Public Health

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In this podcast series, Kate Cook, Corporate Nutritionist, author, and keynote speaker of 2 plus decades, examines all things health and vitality and, of course, nutrition within the corporate environment. Health has never been such a vital commodity for our business communities. Health is the foundation of vitality, and could arguably be the fountain of creativity, but certainly the font of energy and enthusiasm. We are of course looking for ways to reduce absentee (and presenteeism), but beyond that, we want to be able to enable the people in our care to function at their very best, not only for our workplaces but for our employee’s wider life.

Kate attempts to widen the conversations to incorporate such pressing questions as to what exactly is wellbeing? Examining how should we empower our people to engage in the pathway to their own health - how should we measure and capture it, and even what it means to be truly well. Interviewing inspirational leaders in the field, and sometimes mining conversation to establish root causes that lead to lack of vitality, looking at such things as food production, food supply and questions of purpose, contribution and meaning. Kate’s relaxed, but incisive drilling into the burning issues of health and wellbeing is wholly informative as well as highly entertaining.

In this episode Kate speaks to Dr Richard Safeer, the Chief Medical Director of Employee Health and Well-being at Johns Hopkins Medicine.
 
Richard leads the Healthy at Hopkins employee health and well-being strategy as well as holding faculty appointments in both the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine as well as the School of Public Health

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In this podcast series, Kate Cook, Corporate Nutritionist, author, and keynote speaker of 2 plus decades, examines all things health and vitality and, of course, nutrition within the corporate environment. Health has never been such a vital commodity for our business communities. Health is the foundation of vitality, and could arguably be the fountain of creativity, but certainly the font of energy and enthusiasm. We are of course looking for ways to reduce absentee (and presenteeism), but beyond that, we want to be able to enable the people in our care to function at their very best, not only for our workplaces but for our employee’s wider life.

Kate attempts to widen the conversations to incorporate such pressing questions as to what exactly is wellbeing? Examining how should we empower our people to engage in the pathway to their own health - how should we measure and capture it, and even what it means to be truly well. Interviewing inspirational leaders in the field, and sometimes mining conversation to establish root causes that lead to lack of vitality, looking at such things as food production, food supply and questions of purpose, contribution and meaning. Kate’s relaxed, but incisive drilling into the burning issues of health and wellbeing is wholly informative as well as highly entertaining.

58 min

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