Thursday, 10 July, 2014 at 8:00 AM – Friday, 11 July, 2014 at 5:00 PM (WAT)
Gaborone – Botswana
Professional Training @ R 5 500.00 Per Delegate Excl. VATRegister Now
- An in-depth tailored programme to address corporate health concerns
- Diverse, real-life case studies
- The highest standard of dynamic trainers with cross industry experience
- Comprehensive discussions and breakaway sessions
- Practical exercises
Who should attend?Corporate wellness consultants, EAP managers, HIV/AIDS managers/consultants, Corporate wellness consultants, HR managers/directors, Medical practitioners, Clinical psychologists/counselors, Employee well being managers and consultants, Occupational health practitioners, Registered nurses
1. Workplace Health – a Botswana case study
A healthy business requires a healthy workforce. The findings will be presented of a recent comprehensive health risk assessment conducted at one of the leading Botswana organizations and how this evidence based strategy is making a powerful business case for the health and productivity connection in the workplace.
2. Preventative Medicine – The missing link to strengthen your occupational health program
Traditional programs concentrate on high-risk employees, the reasoning is that the most severe health risks and the highest medical care costs are concentrated among a small portion of a typical employee population. Research has shown that if the goal of a program is to reduce medical care costs, it may be more cost effective to focus resources on helping healthy people stay healthy. This session will deliberate the value of preventative medicine in strengthening your occupational health program.
3. The Road to Wellness – Creating sustainable change individually and corporately
The workplace is generating a lot of stress and other unhealthy behaviour that seems to get worse and may have serious and far reaching consequences to the individual and the organization alike. Our historic coping mechanisms seem to be ineffective for this changing environment. This Road to Wellness session empowers people in successfully adopting a healthy & purposeful culture within the workplace. This will empower the participant to understand the value of a wellness work and lifestyle; identify personal wellness goals and design a plan for sustained behavior change.
4. Planning for Change – Building and implementing a corporate wellness program
Based on more than a decade of research and international best practice implementation, Dr. Japie Lubbe will be sharing strategies, processes and solutions that support organisations in creating a health and wellness program of excellence and unmatched business value.
5. Leadership support – How to obtain and maintain their support and accountability
It is evident that the success of your worksite wellness program could be heavily influenced by the leadership support of key stakeholders. This session will focus on why, what and how leaders need to support, model and manage the wellness of those employees entrusted in their care. Some key aspects that will be covered include: creating a shared vision, serving as a role model, aligning organizational support, monitoring & celebrating success.
6. Measuring Health – Quantifying health risk and return-on-investment
Measuring individual and organisational state of health & wellness helps to identify the need for change, set program objectives and provide return on investment data. The business strategy “… you can’t manage what you can’t measure” stays the bottom line of any results orientated worksite wellness program. This session highlights innovative employer efforts to battle workplace health risks as a leading example of promoting a healthy and productive workplace.
7. Workplace Culture – The role of a supportive environment in creating a healthy culture
Research is indicating that the best way to reduce unsuccessful behaviour change attempts is through establishing a supportive cultural environment. Creating corporate culture that truly supports wellness is a long term project that requires real dedication to wellness values and a lot of sustained hard work and coordination. This session will discuss the building blocks of a corporate wellness culture and how to measure and change it.
8. Behaviour Change – The art and science of changing unhealthy behaviour
Motivating people to change behaviour that is harmful to their health can be difficult and tiresome. Changing the style, strategy and focus of employee engagement could improve this experience and create sustained behaviour change for the client. This session will focus on the art and science of changing unhealthy behavior and share best practices of successful behavior change programs. non-profit organisation caring and empowering more than 700 AIDS Orphans to live a purposeful life.
Dr. JPH Lubbe
Dr Japie Lubbe is a director and founder of Wellness Africa (Pty). For the past 13 years he has been involved in consulting various corporate companies in adopting well work and lifestyle behaviours through a unique systematic culture change approach to create sustained behaviour change. One of the programs implemented in an electricity utility company has achieved groundbreaking results by creating a cost benefit of more than 770%. He has developed unique African based health & wellness material currently implemented in various organizations. Japie completed his PhD in Human Movement Sciences at the North-West University, South Africa, with his thesis on Worksite Wellness Programs and Physical Work Capacity. Japie is registered with the Health Professional Council of South Africa as a Biokineticist, he is an Intrinsic Coach and a Certified Motivational Interviewing Trainer. Japie has presented at several national and international conferences and published almost 30 articles. He is passionate about encouraging people to live a quality and purposeful life. With this passion he has founded Sizabantwana Children Benefit Organization, a non profit organization caring and empowering more than 700 AIDS Orphans to live a life of purpose….
Mrs T Putter
Tertia Putter is a director and founder of Wellness Africa (Pty). For the past 14 years she has implemented various wellness programs in organizations – such as: Strategic Wellness Culture Change Programs, Shift worker Wellness Programs, Executive Wellness Programs, Wellness Coaching, Ergonomic Wellness etc. Tertia has been involved in developing unique African based health & wellness certification programs that is currently implemented throughout various organizations. Some of the most current certified courses that are being implemented include Certified Wellness Professional Training, Certified Wellness Leadership Training and Certified Wellness Coordinator Training. Training these top professionals in all levels of Wellness has become a passion to re-ignite the professional back to their initial purpose in serving others through the health industry. Tertia is registered with the Health Professional Council of South Africa as a Biokienticist and she is a certified Intrinsic Coach, Executive Coach, Coach Mentor and Motivational Interviewing Trainer. Tertia Putter has presented the groundbreaking work of Wellness Africa at several national and international conferences….
Professional Training @ R 5 500.00 Per Delegate Excl. VAT
Payment is required within 5 working days.
Fees include refreshments, luncheons and programme material and a service charge of 24% VAT
(where applicable) is levied at rate of 14%. Withholding Tax is levied at the prevailing rate.
Please download and complete the registration form and fax back to Maiteko Sesanyane
Contact sales at Courgett Pty Ltd (Botswana)
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