Workplace Wellness Program Ideas
Many organizations provide free and credible resources to help you plan workplace wellness activities. We have highlighted some of them here to help you develop and deliver a cost-effective program for your employees.View Full Calendar
Themes and Ideas
Get in touch with the Heart and Stroke Foundation in your area to see about speakers and resources to run your own Heart Month campaign. They provide many resources about living a healthier lifestyle. Consider having employees share their own personal stories of maintaining heart health or recovery from heart-related illness.
Download a free toolkit that includes ideas related to social media, fundraising, and awareness building.
Bullying in any situation can pose serious mental and physical health concerns. Host a workshop where all employees and management think about the impact they have on each other in the workplace. Slides, participant guide and facilitator's notes are all free for download.
Improve awareness of how our actions might affect others.
Encourage staff to use stairs more frequently to promote heart health.
Most of us certainly wouldn't. We may just be passionate, frustrated, or stressed, yet, it is possible that we could be perceived as intimidating, humiliating, dismissive, or hurtful. To learn more, check out Identifying Your Interaction Style.
This month, let's focus on taking a little more time to consider the unintended ways our words and behaviours may affect others. By doing this we can help create a better workplace for all.
If you are the one feeling bullied, check out Protecting Yourself Against Bullying.