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Good for the Community, Good for the Culture

WebMD Health Services’ volunteer committee keeps the good stuff going. As mentioned in my previous post, Volunteerism at Work, WebMD Style, community service is a way of life at WebMD. In addition to company-wide events, WebMD Health Services boasts an incredibly active volunteer committee. This group organizes events at our local offices and makes sure […]

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Three Million Sessions, Countless Lessons

As our coaches complete their three millionth session, we reflect on all that we have learned from the journey.   April 13, 2017 – a coaching milestone! Just another day for many, but here at WebMD Health Services April 13th was good reason to stop and remember just why we do what we do. This day […]

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Wellness Engagement

Motivation: The Key to Unlimited Potential

Lighting the fire to actively create positive changes. Most people readily acknowledge that motivation is the desire to do something but is it really that simple? While motivation can start with a mere thought or verbalization, it must be followed up by visible action—and anchored by a clear vision. Without these things, the thoughts and […]

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Wellness Trends

The Evolution of Well-Being Programs

Applying today’s trends for a better tomorrow The world of employer- or health-plan sponsored well-being programs may no longer be new but it is far from stagnating. In fact, one could argue that the evolution of these offerings is only quickening today. It is this very evolution that provided the topic of conversation among a […]

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Volunteerism at Work, WebMD Style

WebMD Impact Day makes an impact on public parks in U.S. and U.K. WebMD’s mission is to improve health and well-being by empowering decision-making and motivating positive action. It is not only through our work that we support this but through our community service activities as well. At both the corporate and individual levels, volunteerism […]

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Wellness Trends

Five Lessons in Consumerism for Well-Being Programs

Healthcare research provides valuable insight for well-being programs. Perhaps one of the most commonly cited signs of consumerism in healthcare is the reference now to consumers, not patients. However, this shift in vernacular is only the beginning. Use of the term consumer by nature centers around the power of choice. People are no longer pawns […]

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Personal Wellness

What Is This Thing We Call Well-Being?

Has well-being become just a buzzword with no real substance behind it?   Well-being. It’s a term so familiar to most Americans today but one that had no place in our cultural vocabulary not all that long ago.  When something seems to come out of nowhere and achieve virtual rockstar status with lightning speed, it’s […]

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Personal Wellness

When Doing Less Is Doing More

How taking breaks can make you more productive – and happier.   What does it take for you to be productive at work? Is it sitting at your desk, heads-down on project after project all day long? Taking a walk around the office or outside? Getting a good night’s sleep? Relaxing on vacation with your […]

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Wellness Culture

Happy Employees

How happy employees can help you – and vice versa. Emotional well-being. Happiness. Whatever term you use, it matters. And, if you’re a manager, executive or human resources professional, you should be equally concerned about the happiness of your employees as your own. Why? Because the happiness level of your employees can directly affect your […]

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Personal Wellness

Happiness and Productivity at Work

Happiness and productivity – which comes first and how can you get it? You want to be happy at work. You deserve to be happy at work. Why? It feels a lot better to be happy than to be miserable when you’re at work, that’s for sure. But, there’s more to it than that. You […]

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