"Participation in a wellness program over five years is associated with lower health care costs and decreasing health care use." - RAND
Corporations are learning more and more, each year, that the day to day well-being of their employees is crucial to their productivity in the workplace.
Studies, such as this, are showing great benefits to your company's personnel by incorporating meditation into your wellness strategy. This study states that participants in the study had "greater reductions in burnout and perceived stress, improvements in mindfulness, well-being, and increases in team and organizational climate and personal performance." It certainly cannot hurt to learn more about this, right?
How Can The Living Point help your Company?
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How Did The Living Point get involved in Corporate Wellness?
The Living Point has a special interest in Corporate Wellness. While in medical school Conor Logan took his training in Medical Qi Gong, Tai Chi and Meditation and applied it to his 'day job' at the time. He was working at Creative Artist Agency in Century City and thought that the exciting but stressful environment of an entertainment agency could certainly benefit from some relaxation. Through overwhelmingly positive feedback, his weekly program grew to multiple sessions per week and interest in private sessions for some of the more 'high stress' members of the community.
Changing roles to Director of Business Technology at Legendary Pictures in Burbank, Logan maintained that a happy and centered team leads to higher productivity and a more enjoyable workday. He migrated his program to Legendary and infused the environment with visibility to the stress in their daily lives.
"Insightful executives look for every competitive advantage they can harness, and that’s what healthier employees represent." - Harvard Business Review
"Consistent with prior research, we find that lifestyle management programs as part of workplace wellness can reduce risk factors, such as smoking, and increase healthy behaviors, such as exercise. We find that these effects are sustainable over time and clinically meaningful." - US Department of Labor
Companies that have benefitted from The Living Point's Corporate Wellness Program and public outreach efforts include: