October 8, 2017

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Boost Occupational Wellness at Work: Expert Tips & Strategies

What Does Occupational Wellness Mean to You?

The month of October is a very busy month with several activities and opportunities for employees to with each other. In Canada, we go from celebrating Thanks Giving to getting ready for Halloween; there is a lot to keep the conversation buzz and level of interaction high.

Occupational Wellness

While the various activities in October help employees stay engaged, it is also a time when they typically get in trouble with bullying, disrespectful behaviour, and other interpersonal issues.

At Interpersonal Wellness Services Inc. we focus on Occupational Wellness in the month of October and help our clients develop healthy engagement, civility, and respect at work as a competency.

Keeping Employees Engaged and Well

As a leader, you may be wondering how to help your employees improve their occupational wellness, so the first thing to consider is the impact of a negative work environment for your employees. The impact is noted to retard workflow, reduce workplace productivity, and bring on ill health.

If these are things you would like to avoid in your workplace, it is critical that your employees get the support they need to have great conversations. We provide a powerful wellness conversation format that helps to reduce stress and make it safe for employees to have those tough conversations that can be otherwise stressful and difficult.

Wellness Conversations

Wellness conversation format allows employees to bring real issues to the surface in a safe and inclusive way and address the issues that are taking away from their ability to work well and be as productive as they desire.

To learn more about the wellness conversation model visit our website: https://interpersonalwellness.com/

Your Wellness,
Joyce

About the author

Joyce Odidison is a pioneer and Thought Leader of the groundbreaking Wellness Improvement System and Well-being Intelligence Curriculum. With a career spanning over two decades as a Conflict Analyst, Professional Trainer, University Lecturer, and Master Certified Coach, Joyce remains dedicated to learning and development. As President and CEO of Interpersonal Wellness Services Inc., she has designed and created many life changing programs such as the first ICF Approved Wellness Coach Training program, the Global Workplace Wellness Summit, and the Wellness Competency Academy that provides well-being training and coaching for professionals and their families. She continues to provide well-being training solutions and support for EAP plans, HR, Benefit Plans, Health care professionals, Coaches, Consultants and individuals looking to identify and mitigate their well-being risks.

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