Overview:It is one thing to know how to alter one's behavior, but it is an entirely different matter to be motivated to do so. It is felt that employee motivation is the key factor in determining the success or failure of worksite wellness programs and their ability to reduce health care costs and increase productivity. Health professionals have developed many behavioral techniques to help employees make lifestyle changes. Despite these methodologies, the majority of employees are unsuccessful in modifying their behavior long-term.In an entertaining and informative manner, this talk will present the key behavior modification techniques, including the strategic use incentives, that can help initiate and maintain employee motivation to make positive lifestyle changes and become wiser health care consumers. It will also address the advantages and disadvantages of carrots versus sticks and intrinsic versus extrinsic rewards. The concepts from the field of Behavioral Economics will be presented.Why should you attend: By attending this Webinar, you can significantly reduce your company's healthcare costs, absenteeism, presenteeism and turnover while increasing productivity and morale. You will also be able to alter the company's culture so that it becomes a healthy one.Areas Covered in the Session:Participants will learn the advantages and disadvantages of intrinsic versus extrinsic rewardsParticipants will learn whether to utilize a carrots or sticks approach to incentivesParticipants will learn 4 ways to increase member engagementWho Will Benefit:Human Resource ProfessionalsBenefit ManagersWellness CoordinatorsOccupational Health NursesMedical DirectorsEAP ProfessionalsHealth and Safety DirectorsInstructor:Dr. Don R. Powell is the President and CEO of the American Institute for Preventive Medicine, a URAC Accredited Wellness company located in Farmington Hills, Michigan. The Institute is a leading developer and provider of health and productivity management programs.
18 Aug 2015 @ 10:00 am
18 Aug 2015 @ 11:00 am
Duration: 1 hours
Timezone: GMT -8:00
Organised by Trainhr (deactivated)