Behind the Scenes of the Wellness Improvement System
A wellness road map to live life more fully, improve your workplace or accelerate your career.
I had no idea the Wellness System was lurking inside me until my clients showed up with issues in their lives that were compromising their wellness.
After a client had a stress induced heart attack in my office early in my career, and I saw several others experiencing health issues due to stressful conflicts, I knew it was time to do something about it.
The Wellness Improvement System (WIS) is a dynamic tool for holistic growth and development in the workplace and in life. It reminds us that people who are living well are better able to work well. They make great employees who can also play well and get along well with others.
WIS® Programs and Resources
Workplace Wellness Improvement (WIS@Work)
WIS forms the foundation for the Workplace Wellness Improvement Program (WWIP) that offers a unique wellness solution you can extend to customers and employees alike. WWIP provides cost savings to organizations, by creating wellness structures for employees to develop skills and wellness competencies to live well, so they can engage at work, be resilient and produce at a high level.
WIS® E- Course
Learn the foundations of WIS and how you can apply the WIS tool to improve your personal or professional results.
This course will help you learn the following:
- The theory of WIS
- How to apply WIS with clients and teams.
- How to improve your own wellness.
- Tips to impact wellness
WIS® Life Wellness Facilitator and Coach Program
WIS® Experts are trained with in-depth knowledge on applying the wellness improvement theory and concept with groups organizations and individuals. We train Wellness Facilitators and Coaches.
Learn the Wellness Facilitator program and get more information on becoming a certified WIS Life Wellness Coach.
WIS is based on sound theory and practice. It lends from theoretical perspectives such as Positive Psychology, Conflict Management, Neuroscience, Change Management, Transformational Learning, Sociology,
WIS also draws from health and social sciences and Organizational Behavior, to address current and emerging wellness and interpersonal skills challenges in a timely and cost-effective way.