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WeThrive 

WeThrive® is our Corporate Wellness Division where we design seamless ways to improve the employee experience of helping pros, utilizing the power of mindfulness, self-care, recognition and rewards to bring coworkers closer together. Perfect for any corporate wellness initiative, WeThrive offers a menu of activities that allows employees to briefly stop away from routine activities to learn healthier ways to reduce stress cope with anxiety, while building team synergy. “When people feel good, they do good.” This mantra underlies the wisdom of incorporating wellness into the culture and activities of the workplace. 

New Realities of Helping Pros

The importance of positive social connections and relationships on human survival are known in a general sense, but what happens when people are told to refrain from participating in the physical aspect of social interactions? Research shows the level of risk presented by social isolation is very similar in magnitude to that of obesity, smoking, lack of access to care and physical inactivity. Additionally, loneliness and social isolation are twice as harmful to physical and mental health as obesity (National Alliance of Mental Illness, 2021).

 

What happens when everyone around you is told to take preventative measures, but your profession requires you to walk into the proverbial storm everyday? At present there is no official research that speaks to this, but a quick glance at job openings and the increased workloads can at least give us an idea. 

Prior to COVID-19, the U.S. was in the midst of a mental health crisis due to increased demand with insufficient response and the pandemic has worsened this issue. The restrictions imposed by COVID- 19, while preventative and necessary, continue to have social consequences and have created many subsequent stressors for the general population. As such, it is safe to assume that the subsequent stressors for helping pros are significantly more. 

As we adjust to life with Covid it is critical that we recognize what stress looks like for our staff, and help them take steps to build resilience and manage the stress of daily activities at work and at home. 

Managing all the work-related factors without the proper tools has led to an increase in team member’s stress, especially as we continue to see spikes in Covid and new variants emerge. During these times of uncertainty, staff report concerns:

 

  • About the risk of being exposed to the virus at work

  • Taking care of personal and family needs while working

  • Managing a different workload

  • Lack of access to the tools and equipment needed to perform your job

  • Uncertainty about the future of your workplace and/or employment

  • Learning new communication tools and dealing with technical difficulties

  • Adapting to a different workspace and/or work schedule

But...as a Leader, you can support your staff in a meaningful way.

Here are some of the programs we have hosted for organizations and agencies in the past. Need something customized? We'd love to help. 

Self-Care Seminars

Our self-care seminars are the perfect one-day event to remind staff that they are their greatest asset to themselves and their organization. This day of experiential learning requires staff to STOP and THINK through what their needs are and create a plan and tool kit to meet those needs. 

Day of Fitness & Fun 

Day of fitness

National holidays are a great way to bring awareness and lead staff to take action. Celebrating National Fitness Day or World Fitness Day. In the workplace is a fun and effective way to get staff to pay more attention to their physical health. 

 

We partner with local experts to plan an on-site event that includes a variety of mini fitness classes throughout the day, including low-impact cardio, Pilates, yoga, kickboxing, cycling, and Zumba.

What Past Clients Had to Say

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