Scott welcomes Laura Putnam, author of “Workplace Wellness that Works” and founder and CEO of Motion Infusion, a San Francisco-based well-being consulting firm. Laura believes achieving wellness takes more than a program; it takes a cultural movement. People are biologically meant to move, but our culture – including our workplaces – encourage us to sit and be still. Laura has taken her message of creating an oasis of well-being within the workplace to audiences nationwide, and now Side Affects listeners can learn more about the fresh approach to achieving a healthier workforce.
Laura Putnam is the CEO and Founder of Motion Infusion, a well-being training and consulting firm that provides creative solutions in the areas of engagement, behavior change, and more. Laura is a leading expert on how to promote healthier behaviors both in and out of the office.
“Workplace Wellness That Works” (Amazon)
MB Health and Engagement Specialist Tiffany Reid joins Scott and Anne Marie to talk about wellness programs. A wellness program alone is not enough. You have to identify your risk, implement a strategy, and engage your employees.
Scott and Anne Marie are joined by Alexandra Paul, National Wellness Executive for Humana Health Care. She says the focus of wellness has evolved from awareness to activities to outcomes. And the future holds the promise of earlier and improved disease detection.