Culture of Health in the Workplace

The foundation for success in employee health and well-being

A “Culture of Health” is different than a “healthy culture.” It’s shaped by factors like employees’ attitudes and beliefs, leadership support, industry best practices, and even your local health and wellness resources.

Developing an effective and robust Culture of Health might be the single most important strategy your company can implement.

On February 2, RedBrick Health hosted Culture of Health in the Workplace, a webinar where expert panelists shared their insights on this topic, including:

  • How conducive your environment is to supporting good health and well-being
  • The role of leadership in developing a critical backdrop for well-being initiatives
  • How to get started—where to focus, mistakes to avoid

Access the webinar recording, download the presentation and position paper, or talk with us to learn more.


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Expert Panelists

    Judd Allen, PhD, President, Human Resources Institute, LLC

Dr. Allen has assisted several hundred government, business and community settings to bring about lasting and positive culture change. He supports over 200 health and wellness professionals in their Wellness Culture Coaching work.

 
    Karen Personett, Manager Wellness & Health Promotion, DTE Energy Company

Karen has developed and implemented health improvement strategies through a 360 degree approach including influencing key stakeholder support and environmental factors that impact a culture of health.

 
    Mary Marzec, PhD, Sr. Health Strategy Consultant, RedBrick Health

Dr. Marzec works with employers on population health and health risk reduction. Her areas of focus are stress and leveraging culture to improve well-being program engagement and health.