Judd Allen, Ph.D.
A Culture of Well-being: What is it? How is it achieved?
There is strong evidence that your wellness program is unlikely to achieve its potential without a supportive cultural environment.In unsupportive cultures, most people are unable to achieve lasting behavior change. Twenty percent is a reasonable stretch goal for success rates in well-designed programs.This introductory paper is about co-creating a thriving work culture that you and your employees want and need. A culture is a complex web of social influences on attitudes and behavior.