Busting Well-Being Myths and Understanding Well-Being Influencers
As much as organizations may prefer to keep things simple, the truth is, employee well-being is a complex, ever evolving and unique experience for everyone. In this webinar, learn about the different factors that influence whole-person well-being and which of those factors we can actually change. Hear Limeade Institute experts Laura Hamill, Chief Science Officer, and Reetu Sandhu, Director, Limeade Institute, bust some common myths about your workforce’s well-being and provide real life examples and implications for the truth behind the myths.
“It’s up to you to decide if you have well-being in your life. It’s not on paper.”
– Dr. Laura Hamill Chief Science Officer, Limeade Institute
This Webinar Covers
How to look beyond physical well-being for the health of your workforce
How social determinants and identity play a significant role in well-being
The critical way that organizational and social support play into well-being
Our Favorite Takeaways
Whole-person well-being is defined as feeling good and living with purpose.
Well-being influencers are factors that influence the dimensions and areas that compromise whole-person well-being.
Social determinants of health are circumstances in which people are born or live that are related to health outcomes.
Well-being is an on-going process influenced by what and who surrounds us, including our organizations.