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Wellness Coaching: Good for Employees, Good for Business

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Wellness Coaching is Good Business In 2015, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that lost productivity from absenteeism related to illness, cost employers $225.8 billion annually in the United States, or $1,685 per employee. This doesn’t include losses resulting from employees who come to work sick or in pain. Productivity can suffer from lifestyle factors such as sleep issues, poor

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Executive Wellness Coaching Program: Making Your Health a Priority in Business

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Customized Wellness Program for Executives, Business Leaders and CEO’s. Those at the executive level often experience higher levels of stress. This coupled with poor lifestyle behaviors can eventually lead to lower job satisfaction and decreased productivity. Our executive wellness coaching program focuses on total well-being with an overall goal of achieving optimal performance, life balance

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Health Coaching for Matters of the Heart

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Health Coaching can target employee heart health risk. With approximately 610,000 deaths annually, heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. According to the CDC, every year about 735,000 Americans have a heart attack. Of these, a surprising 30% happen in people who have already had a heart attack. Thanks to

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Health Coaching: Adding a Personal Touch to Your Wellness Program

Health Coach; Lifestyle Coaching; Behavior Change

People ask me every day what sets my company apart from others when it comes to corporate wellness. “What can you offer me that’s different from what I already have,” is a common question that I often get asked when meeting with potential clients. I, along with many industry experts, truly believe that personal, one-to-one wellness

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