Creating a Well-Being Culture
Vantage has partnered with Dr. Richard Safeer, author of Cure for the Common Company, to help organizations build a well-being culture. Our curriculum training leverages Vantage’s 25 years of providing learning solutions to over hundreds of thousands of participants around the world.
What is a well-being culture?
A set of organizational values that prioritizes holistic employee wellness.
As a leader in my organization, why should I prioritize a well-being culture?
The well-being of your organization and the well-being of your people are inextricably linked. Research shows that high engagement results in more efficient and productive workers and increases employee retention. Fostering a culture of health enables your employees to be the best versions of themselves, to be happier, and to be to perform to their full potential.
How can Vantage help me create a well-being culture in my company?
Vantage's seasoned training professionals guide participants through a step-by-step curriculum based on the blueprint established in Dr. Safeer’s book. Our training empowers leaders at all levels to build and sustain a culture of well-being.
Praise for A Cure for the Common Company
Dr. Safeer provides a thoughtful blueprint for fostering a workplace well-being culture. A timely and critical priority for all leaders.
Executive Chair of the Board, Deloitte US
Great Place to Work has measured trust by surveying over 100 million working people over the last 30 years. Without trust there is no engagement, satisfaction, loyalty, or happiness. In this book, Richard Safeer has made the case for well-being in the workplace that’s built on a foundation of trust. It’s packed with great examples and suggestions that will create not only a thriving workplace full of happy and healthy employees, but one that boasts higher retention and financial success.
Michael C. Bush
CEO, Great Place to Work
This book is one of the best business blueprints that wellness practitioners and champions can use to drive a culture of well-being and health at work. Leadership throughout the organization, from the CEO to the front line supervisors, should be required to read the book and be properly trained to deliver on the blueprint.
CEO, National Wellness Institute
Dr. Safeer offers a compelling and science-based prescription for enriching organizational culture and boosting individual flourishing.
Daniel H. Pink
#1 New York Times bestselling author of The Power of Regret, Drive, and When
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