Shortlister hosted Kris Zitzmann, VP of Strategic Solutions, Lesley Lesch, VP of Client Success, and Aubrey Olson, VP of Product Management with Alyfe Wellbeing Strategies, to share how to build a culture of health that reaches audiences of all generations and backgrounds.
Alyfe Wellbeing Strategies is a minority, woman-owned company celebrating 25 years in the well-being industry, creating a culture of wellness in the workplace. They serve a variety of industries and are committed to collaboration and service excellence, delivering the ideal mix of high-touch and high-tech, personalized support that results in engagement for every individual.
Just as each employee is unique, each workplace has their own culture. Alyfe offers:
Custom-fit solutions to engage diverse populations across the entire organization
Personalized options and support to help each individual live life all in
High-touch support for your team, from planning through implementation and measuring outcomes
Technology solutions that support not replace expert guidance and enhance the well-being experience
Alyfe makes the complicated process of building a culture of well-being easy. Their Client Success team gets you started with:
Strategy and culture
Program goals and objectives
Implementation milestones based on launch date
Eligibility to meet reporting and data needs
Detailed year-long communication plan and easy to customize resources
Integration with vendor partner resources
The variety of workplace options offered by Alyfe speaks to their personalized support model to create a unique culture and is a key factor to a high engagement rate. They:
Understand the local culture, mission, and vision with culture assessments
Develop and support wellness champion networks and provide leadership, support, and resources to champions on the most relevant topics
Conduct locally based well-being programs
Provide onsite coaching, presentations and classes
Provide digital calendars and weekly bulletins
Collect participant testimonials and feedback
Alyfe provides live support to help individuals as they find the Y for change and empowers participants to create sustainable behavior change. Their well-being focus covers all lifestyle areas with onsite, telephonic and video options. Participants can conveniently access their digital dashboard via desktop, mobile responsive website or native app.
Tailored recommendations drive engagement by considering the participants health risks (lifestyle behavior, chronic conditions, biometric measurements) and interests (objectives, motivation, capacity).
Team and individual challenges are offered in a variety of topics: physical activity, financial, nutrition, and stress management. Device integration and manual tracking make it easy and buddy challenges build connections and make it fun.
A library of videos and articles come together for digital well-being workshops to educate participants on a wide variety of wellness topics.
Alyfe offers customized incentive plans for every type of culture, including:
Participation, progress or outcomes
Integration with other vendor partner programs
Verified or self-reported options
Digital access to forms and upload capabilities
Management of reasonable alternatives and appeals
Alyfe Wellbeing Strategies has the solution for any employer and all the tools you need to grow your wellness program and keep it fresh.
lyfe. all in.
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