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We visited the Welltodo conference and noticed some common themes emerging throughout the talks. Here’s a summary of some of the interesting discussions on the day. 1. Values and Culture ‘Wellbeing is not something you do, it is who you are’ said Julian Hitch, the…

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State of mind In a recent study in the UK, only 13% of people reported having high levels of good mental health. In 2016, stress accounted for 45% of all work days lost to absenteeism. Clearly we can be doing better; these statistics mean that…

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The Future of Work: What Lies Ahead The Kin Wellness team had a busy two days at this year’s Work 2.0 conference in London. With a title like ‘The Future of Work’ it’s no surprise that the conversations are still going. It’s also no surprise…

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Elevate Arena 2017 It’s set to be a high-energy Elevate 2017, here at London ExCel. Loads of innovative companies are exhibiting what’s new in the fitness industry, and leaders are here to talk current trends and future predictions. The Business of Physical Activity Our CEO…

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BY SALLY GUNNELL, OBE: Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth Title Winner After years as an athlete and business consultant, I’ve found that winning a championship and starting a corporate wellness programme require much the same ingredients: personalisation; smart goal setting; measurable benchmarks and a cohesive network….

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Calculating the Potential ROI of your Company’s Corporate Wellness Program The question for most organizations isn’t if they should implement a well-being program, but which one and what the scope should be. This doesn’t mean goals, strategy or accountability go out the window, or that wellness programs fall…

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The only way is up – growth industry It was our first time out at Health and Wellbeing at Work, so we took a little time to talk to other vendors and speakers about the event this year. The consensus was that the number of exhibitors and the speaker programme had really expanded on last year’s offering. This mirrors what we are all seeing in the growth trends for the wellness industry.

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How activity trackers encourage positive, long-term behavior change Activity trackers can be a core component of any wellness program. Though they are a relatively new arrival to the health and wellness sector, as of 2014 they were already being worn by one in ten over-eighteens in the United States, alone. Both small and streamlined, these smart devices provide up-to-the-minute intel that can be transmitted to a smartphone app or browser.

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