Behavior Change

Behavior Change

What’s your “why”?

The choices we make each day shape our habits, which, in turn,shape our lives. How can we make those habits healthy ones? One behavior change at a time. It starts by understanding our “why, ”the reason we want to make a change in the first place. An employee’s reason for desiring change can motivate them to stick with it — and employers can help. Read on for more ways you can inspire positive behavior and habit change.

November 8, 2018
Remove Silos and Create a Happy(8)Hours Culture

For mission-driven, self-funded, high-growth organizations, it’s common to see a small group of passionate individuals wearing multiple hats.  Over time, by working together constantly, the organization can transform unintentionally into somewhat siloed departments with...

September 6, 2018
8 Ways to Recognize and Respond to Behavioral Health Concerns in the Workplace  

Behavioral health conditions affect around 1 in 5 Americans in any given year, yet only 56% of people that face behavioral health challenges receive treatment, according to data provided by Mental...

Employee Resilience
September 6, 2018
The Path to Resilience

Take a sneak peek into the Change Resilience Path with the Director of People Development at ADURO, KayCee Perron, and discover how she brings the Change Resilience Path to life onsite:  I...

patient and physician consultation
August 28, 2017
5 Ways to Become Your Own Health Advocate

It wasn’t long ago — before the rise of the Internet — when physicians were the only resource for medical consultation. There was no “Dr. Google” to go to for...

woman buying new cell phone
July 3, 2017
Train Your Brain to Overcome Instant Gratification

You’re at the mall and pass by an electronics store when you remember that your phone charger is starting to fall apart. So you walk into the store to get...