BUILDING A CULTURE OF HEALTH
IN THE WORKPLACE AND IN OUR COMMUNITY
Everyone deserves the chance to reach their greatest health potential. For too long, we have defined being healthy as simply not being sick. Compared to those living in similar countries, Americans spend more on health care, yet have poorer health and shorter lives.
Health is an essential building block to personal fulfillment, thriving communities and businesses, and a strong, competitive nation. Health is more than how much you weigh or how far you can run. It is about maintaining a balanced spirit, mind and body. Health as a shared value for a family, a business or a community includes three key elements:
- Mindset and expectations - prioritizing and promoting health and well-being
- Civic engagement - participating in activities that advance the public good
- Sense of community - cultivating social connections that help us thrive
BUILDING A CULTURE OF HEALTH IS A TEAM EFFORT
For well-being to flourish, we need to work together. The places where we live, learn, work, and play all contribute to our ability to become and stay healthy. A Culture of Health depends on business, government, individuals, and organizations working together to build healthier, more equitable communities.
Together, we can improve quality of life for your employees and their families by creating opportunities to get and stay healthy, give back and nurture a positive work environment.
To schedule a presentation or receive more information, please contact LeeAnn Baker at (810) 987-6400 extension 277 or by e-mail.