I was visiting a client recently and we began a conversation about personal mojo and our discussion quickly turned to the concept as it relates to corporate culture.
We took a look at the definition and to no surprise: ?a quality that attracts people to you and makes you successful and full of energy; a magic charm or talisman.?
Who doesn?t want their company to be successful and full of energy but what attracts people to your organization, does your company have mojo? In today?s business climate everyone is looking for something that makes them unique, sets them apart from their competition and provides a foundation for future growth and development.
What about the electricity of your team? Isn?t the energy found within a corporation representative of the employees?
One could argue that the health and wellness of your team is directly related to your corporate culture and demonstrates the core values of your business.
Here are a few things you may consider when thinking of your team and how a health and wellness program can demonstrate corporate Mojo:
1) Seminars, workshops and lunch n? learns create a healthy buz
2) One on one consulting will increase awareness and lead to healthy lifestyle choices including accountability measures put in place to track success
3) Fitness options will increase productivity
4) Nutrition tips will create awareness
5) Stress management tools will assist with a relaxed environment
All of these options will increase your corporate footprint and create an atmosphere of wellness and well being. A happy, productive team will work smarter to accomplish team goals which ultimately increases revenue.
The stats support the concept that a heathy work environment is directly related to the health and wellness of the individuals on your team.
The challenge is to partner with a health and wellness organization that will provide tips and tools that align with your culture and improve your “Corporate Mojo.”
Give it a try?the only thing you?ve got to loose is a happy, productive team of motivated individuals.
Trish Tonaj @phaze2wellness