The Invitational Team Steps Challenge, a five-week challenge, is an employee favorite. Participants compete in small groups to tally the most steps per week, all while encouraging people to get outside, get social, and engage in a little healthy competition.
Wellness Challenges: A Catalyst for Change
Employee wellness challenges can be an incredible tool for increasing engagement in a well-being program, boosting team morale, and creating meaningful connections between coworkers. But what happens when organizations look past the benefits for the company, and focus on what wellness challenges can do for each individual employee?
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How Employees Use Wellness Challenges as a Catalyst for Change
Workplace wellness challenges are great for increasing engagement and strengthening a culture of well-being. But employees can use challenges as a catalyst to support their own well-being goals, too. We followed some WebMD Health Services employees as they participated in our Invitational Steps Challenge. Here we share their motivations, their challenges, and their successes as they moved their way to better health. First, what is our Invitational Team Steps Challenge? The Invitational Steps Challenge is a 5-week employee wellness challenge in which participants compete in small teams to tally the most steps per week. While we conducted our challenge for…
7 Ways Wellness Challenges Can Benefit an Organization
Looking to boost morale and support employee well-being at the same time? Sponsor a wellness challenge! Wellness challenges bring the workforce together with a fun, healthy activity, and offer lasting benefits for both employees and the organization. Read on to learn more about the benefits of wellness challenges in the workplace and why now is the perfect time to host one. Giving employees workplace flexibility has been one of the biggest and, arguably, most positive changes to emerge from the pandemic. While these new working arrangements help employees better manage the demands of work and life and often improve well-being,…
How To Plan and Launch a Successful Wellness Challenge for Your Employees
Do you want to host a wellness challenge for your organization but don’t know where to start? Look no further! In this week’s blog, we share our step-by-step guide for how to plan a wellness challenge that your employees will be talking about long after the challenge ends. Corporate wellness challenges are a great way to help employees focus on their well-being, improve morale in the workplace, and increase connections between coworkers. But planning a successful challenge involves lots of choices. We’ve got you covered. Follow this template for how to plan and launch a wellness challenge for your organization….
Wellness & Fitness Challenge Ideas To Consider for Your 2022 Well-Being Program
These days, employers are eager for ideas to help their teams focus on their well-being and stay connected to each other in our new world of work. A corporate wellness challenge is something to consider. It brings the whole organization together—even if not physically together—for some healthy competition, all while getting employees engaged in their health. Not sure what kind of challenge to host? Check out these popular wellness challenge ideas. Ideas for employee fitness challenges. For some employees, the pandemic offered more time to exercise. But for the vast majority, quarantine, caregiving responsibilities, and increased workload made getting enough…
How to Plan and Launch Successful Wellness Challenges for Your Organization
Wellness challenges encourage people to take steps toward better and ongoing well-being, either on their own or as part of a team. By focusing on a specific area of well-being—such as physical activity or stress reduction—employee wellness challenges provide a structured, supportive way for people to learn healthy habits that contribute to their well-being. And, all this can even boost employee morale, productivity, and overall workplace culture.
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