As wellness professionals, we know that the shift into the next generation of wellness isn’t always an easy one. Maybe your organization or clients aren’t ready to ditch incentives and move away from a completely physical view of employee wellness. How can you help shift the wellness industry but start at a more agreeable place? This is one of the many reasons the Redesigning Wellness Academy (RWA) was created.
In today’s solo episode, Jen explains the top reasons that Redesigning Wellness Academy is a much-needed bridge for wellness professionals to begin moving their program or clients’ programs forward in the changing wellness landscape. She discusses Redesigning Wellness Academy in-depth, getting into the nitty-gritty of the RWA format, schedule, and what exactly you’ll get out of the 6-month program.
If you’re looking for a program with a unique depth, a multi-dimensional focus, and a recipe of one part knowledge, one part skill, and one part support – the Redesigning Wellness Academy is for you. Registration is now open!
Interview Highlights (with timestamps):
[4:00] Jen’s reasons for starting RWA
[12:15] Summary of the 3 reasons RWA needs to exist
[13:12] Should I join Next Generation Wellness or Redesigning Wellness Academy?
[15:54] Getting into the nitty gritty of the RWA schedule
[24:11] What exactly do you get from RWA?
Mentioned in this episode:
- Redesigning Wellness Academy
- Next Generation Wellness
- Wellness Leader’s Guide to Organizational Influence
Jen Arnold is host of the Redesigning Wellness podcast where she interviews experts on the topic of organizational health. Jen’s on a mission to change the common approach to employee health and wellness. To support this mission, she facilitates employee training that addresses leadership, resilience and mindfulness.
For the 16 years prior to starting her own business, Jen led organizational health and wellness efforts and advised employers how to start them. Most recently, she worked at Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC for over 8 years leading a team of health promotion professionals.
Jen is a Tedx speaker who uses stories, activities and humor to not only make a point but to keep audiences engaged and listening. She lives in Raleigh, NC with her husband and two children.