People who are growing and thriving do more than just lead fulfilling personal lives; they do great things in their professional lives as well. And that means just like the people it transforms, Human Performance also helps build high-functioning, happy and healthy organizations.
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We meet individuals where they are today, whether it’s helping the healthy stay healthy, or intervening to fulfill greater needs within any or all of the four interconnected Human Performance elements.
Health & Fitness
Focus areas: lifestyle management, physical activity, stress, preventive care and maintenance
The Human Performance approach focuses on adding health and well-being, rather than managing disease. This is vital for social, economic and personal development. Healthier people have lower medical costs and often a higher quality of life. They also tend to have higher levels of productivity, financial stability and engagement.
Money & Prosperity
Focus areas: financial literacy, wealth accumulation, debt reduction, planning
Prosperity requires more than money; it’s a richness in life that results from an individual’s freedom to pursue what’s important to them. Everyone has a relationship with money, and attitudes matter greatly, too. The Human Performance approach focuses on control and stability, which also contributes to reduced stress and increased involvement.
Growth & Development
Focus areas: career path, resilience, leadership, interpersonal and professional relationships
Individuals are at their best when they have opportunities to grow and thrive. The Human Performance approach empowers people to forge a path toward new possibilities, overcome today’s obstacles and build confidence to successfully navigate those of tomorrow. This leads to increased financial and physical well-being, and often greater social contribution.
Contribution & Sustainability
Focus areas: individual and societal values, volunteering, environmental impact
There is a strong connection between giving back and overall well-being. The Human Performance approach recognizes that positive benefits from volunteering and efforts to minimize environmental impact also extend to other areas. Engaged individuals can also improve their health and fitness, learn new skills and feel valued in their community.
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