Media: Mad World - Changing healthy habits in workplaces; what works

Studies show that simply understanding how habits work can make them easier to control.

What we know from these studies is that consideration of the key factors that create habit change can positively affect your employee uptake and adherence to your organisation’s wellbeing programme.

In this blog for Mad World, I outline 3 evidence-based steps to consider for employee wellbeing programmes. Whether your company has an existing wellbeing programme of work or is looking to devise a new one, this can be a useful place to start supporting your employees with the skills they need to create lasting changes to their health.

Published on 18th Jan 2020 at 15:33 by Dr Heather McKee


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