You know the answer. Yes!
Senior leadership is vital. You set the tone. You lead by example.
April’s Million Mile Month
The same is true for community leadership. In that spirit, HealthCode is honored to have the support of Mayor Steve Adler, Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt and Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. for April’s Million Mile Month – a fun community-wide global challenge supporting healthier people, companies, and more connected communities.
Plus, we’re excited that employees from the City of Austin, Travis and Williamson Counties, Austin ISD, CapMetro, Keller Williams, American Campus Communities and many more are joining us in the community challenge to embrace healthy lifestyles.
Please see their community challenge, which supports employees locally and globally, full or part-time.
Is your company up for the challenge?
For more information check out the corporate wellness page.
Interested in a CEO Challenge?
Let me know – Steve Amos 512-970-7443 Steve@HealthCode.Org.
These April activity workouts leading up to MS150, a two-day fundraising bike ride organized by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Cap 10K all count. Get creative with your ramp up workouts; activities like swimming, yoga and crossfit can also get you ready for these events.
Thinking of leaders?
Put Tuesday February 26th at 7PM on your calendars at Book People. Jill Griffin talks about her new book “Follow These Leaders”.
As always, I welcome and encourage you to reach out with questions, suggestions or collaboration requests.
HealthCode Executive Director
512 970 7443
If you have 5 employees or 50,000 employees, an attractive culture matters. You know your organization’s “culture” – including boasting a healthy workforce – plays a vital role in hiring and retaining excellent employees, especially for millennials.
Employee health activity challenges can play a positive role in establishing a culture that
- communicates you care
- connects employees
- increases health and well-being
- positively impacts the bottom line
But when it comes to employee activity challenges, does this sound familiar?
“We struggle with what to offer. Unfortunately, challenge events seem to primarily bring out those who are already fit vs. engage those who most need it.”
That is why HealthCode recommends designing employee activity challenges based on completing personal achievable mileage goals, versus who does the most. Let employees set their own goal based upon their capabilities.
For example, establish a challenge where employees who accomplish “X” miles receive special recognition. Recognize department(s) with the highest percentage of employees who achieve say 20 miles.
Design employee activity events to be simple, fun and inclusive for all employees; delivering metrics for recognition, evaluation and reporting.
Need some help?
HealthCode’s quarterly virtual activity events are turnkey, fun and simple to administer. Supporting employees locally and globally, full-time and part-time.
iResolve. is underway. Yet with four weeks to go, there is still plenty of time to participate. Especially as participants can enter all activity accomplished as of January 1st, including their polar day swim.
Or start planning for April’s Million Mile Month.
Feel free to call with any questions and wishing you great success in 2019!
Founder, Executive Director
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