If you weren’t restricted by time or money, there’s almost no end to the number of individuals you could help in enhancing their health. Time and money are both limited… but maybe not as much as you think.
Go get it. Sure, your budget has been pared and you have fewer staff than you did 3 years ago. But check your annual report. Is the organization making money? If so, there’s a good chance you can get some of it to reinvest in employee well-being. You may not be able to add it directly to your budget, but by partnering with other departments, community organizations, your health plan, local foundations, nonprofit groups, and individual work units, you can do a lot with a little.
Without knowing a thing about your organization’s business model, we’re confident that when it comes to acquiring customers, you don’t:
… not if you want to be in business long anyway.
Loyal participants are the best recruiters of new well-being program participants. Here’s how you can start building loyalty today: