Tag: wellness

Manage Smarter 94: Manage Your Wellness to Elevate Performance

Navy Special Operations veteran Bob Pizzini is a Master EOD Technician, Master Naval Parachutist, Master Training Specialist, Mixed Gas Deep Sea Diving Officer, United States Parachute Association Accelerated Free Fall Instructor (AFFI), and Six Sigma Green Belt. In this episode, we discuss: Six Critical traits about fitness of the leader; Breathing exercises to improve productivity; and how to recognize when you're in the best condition to make important decisions.

Nonprofit Organizations to Focus on Homeless, Hungry College Students

More than a third of college students don't always have enough to eat and they lack stable housing, according to a survey published recently by researchers at Temple University and the Wisconsin HOPE Lab.

Manage Smarter 14 — Joy Altimare: Managing Stress and Work-Life Integration

Joy Altimare is the Chief Engagement and Brand Officer at EHE, an industry-leader in company health and wellness for over 100 years. With over 16 years of experience in the marketing field, she has become an expert advisor to organizations looking to tackle growth, innovation, and technology challenges. In episode 14, Joy shares her insight on how managers can: better deal with stress and balance work, home and health.

‘Fitfluencer’ Retreats: Not Your Mother’s Spa Retreat" rel="bookmark"> Fitfluencer’ Retreats: Not Your Mother’s Spa Retreat

"Young consumers don’t want the respected spa resort stalwarts of yore, they want to go wherever their prized fitness instructors go. The glory days of Canyon Ranch and Rancho La Puerta are quickly giving way to one-off retreats starring social media “fit-fluencers” and wellness gurus." The founders of Well+Good say the tide is shifting.

Health insurance companies may be marketing to employers who want change

According to some estimates, the soonest U.S. consumers and employers can expect any relief from a federally mandated health care bill is 2013. Meanwhile, employers are feeling squeezed by cost increases for the coverage they provide to their employees. As a result, over 40% of employers plan to make changes to the programs they offer in 2010.