Transform Your Organization
Your employees are the first representatives of your brand. Their performance matters to your bottom line and your corporate potential. Employee benefit and wellness programs have the capacity to enhance employee wellbeing, and subsequently, performance at work, but are often under-utilized.
We deploy unique strategies to increase engagement in your benefit and wellness investment, transform your culture, and open employees’ potential to invest more fully in their personal growth and professional performance.
Optimizing employee potential through coaching
Based in the science of self-determination theory, our Personal Coaching goes way beyond a transactional passing of knowledge and prescriptive health plans and leaves clients with a sense of personal worthiness and possibility to create the life they desire.
Cultivating a positive culture through team development
We use the science of micro-influence, developed by the marketing industry, to create movements of change in your organization. We create a collective responsibility for all employees to use their social capital for good and positively impact one another.
Increasing engagement through strategic program design and execution
We assess your current programs for validity and efficacy, Then using project management principles, we outline the goals, deliverables, and an operating plan for your wellness and employee benefit programs.
Gallup estimates that actively disengaged employees cost the U.S. $483 billion to $605 billion each year in lost productivity.
More Indirect Costs
US employers spend 200-300% more on indirect costs of health care (absenteeism, sick days, lower productivity) than they do on actual health care.
Meet our colleagues that collaborate with us to create better solutions.
Sara Rauch, MS
Director of Strategic Initiatives, WELCOA
Facilitator of Potential, Arch Health & Productivity
Wellbeing & Engagement Consultant, Gallagher Consulting
Discovery and Strategy Director, Brains On Fire
Ready for a fresh perspective?
Let’s have a conversation.