Corporate Lunch N Learn Programs
Corporate Lunch N Learn Programs or Corporate wellness workshops, have long been an employee and management development method used by individuals to increase awareness and provide employees with some development opportunities.
We offer a wide variety of on-site programs depending on the individual needs of the company. We believe the key to a strong and successful organization is having healthy and efficient employees that are well informed about preventative healthcare.
Training’s are designed and written by our professionals—specialists in personal development—to assure that you receive focused and effective training. These topics are intended to be a brief overview of a subject, providing basic tips and suggestions related to personal behavioural situations and changes.
A minimum of 15 days is requested for scheduling sessions to ensure the training date is available and to secure the most qualified facilitator for the selected topic. In addition, to ensure the highest level of participation in a session, a minimum of eight participants is required. A maximum of 25-30 participants is recommended.
Personal Development/Work-Life Workshops:
- Time Management, Achieving More in Less Time
- Healthy Living with Mindfulness
- Effective Communication
- Developing Emotional Intelligence through the Profile Evaluation System™ (PES)*
“It is time to begin thinking differently about healthcare, and to change the organizational and individual conversations around health: to move away from viewing health as merely the absence of sickness, and to embrace the concept of health management as care for both wellness and sickness.
Corporations, the largest sector of our nation, have an inherently vested interest in the health and well-being of their employees. Optimally, this human capital is increasingly acknowledged in the causal chain leading from improved individual health, performance, and productivity to profitability in the midst of global competition.
The importance of employers’ role in wellness is acknowledged worldwide. The World Health Organization has cited the workplace as one of the priority settings for health promotion in the 21st century.
No company will be successful in the global marketplace without healthy and productive people. If we don’t do it, someone else in the world will do it and our competitive advantage and our way of life will be lost.”
Zero Trends: Health as a Serious Economic Strategy By: Dr. Dee W. Edington, PHD. Health Management Reearch Center, University of Michigan
Our workshops have been rated 97% satisfaction by our clients, and 100% of our clients would recommend our workshops to a colleague.