Work Well

There are so many compelling reasons to have a workplace wellness program…combat rising healthcare costs, improve productivity, prevent chronic disease, increase employee engagement, foster innovation and creativity, recruit and maintain top talent…the list goes on and on.

And, if you’ve decided to offer a workplace wellness program, you might be left with questions such as: What works?  How do you increase participation? How do we know we’ve been successful?

With over 15 years in the workplace wellness and healthcare industries and as a consultant to over fifty different employers, I’ve witnessed trends and philosophies come and go.  The truth is: the workplace wellness strategy that works for your organization might not work in another organization.

That’s why I’ve combined my experience in workplace wellness with my process improvement and project management skills to create a program that will empower your employees to set the aims of your workplace wellness program as well as take ownership for its success.  Coupled with leadership modeling and support (link to lead well page), my Wellbeing Blackbelt Program mobilizes employees across the organization to stimulate grassroots efforts for workplace wellness.

Wellbeing Blackbelt Program

Utilizing the team-based approach of lean six sigma and rapid improvement, I’ve designed a six-week training program that will equip employees with a framework for understanding the problem to solve, testing different solutions, and measuring success.  Coupled with content to better understand human behavior and change management principles, this program has the ability to reinvent the way your organization looks at workplace wellness…and maybe even your work itself!

Week One - Wellbeing and Process Improvement 101

Week Two - Understanding the Problem to Solve: What’s In the Way of Health and Wellbeing at Work

Week Three - Getting to the Root of the Problem: Human Behavior and Change Management

Week Four – Testing Solutions: Peer Wellness Coaching and Goal-Setting

Week Five – Measuring Effectiveness: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Determine the Impact of Programming

Week Six – Sustaining Success: How to Remain Relevant and Engaging Over Time

Whether you already have an established group of wellness champions or need to establish one, I can partner with your organization every step of the way.

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Interested in creating a wellness vision for your workgroup or organization? Have a workplace wellness program that isn’t achieving what you hoped? Need some support in implementing the many facets of your program and measuring results?

With over 15 years of experience in wellness programming, project management, and operations support, I can help your organization with:

  • Program conceptualization and development
  • Wellness program improvement and re-design
  • Implementation support and data analysis
  • Individual and group coaching programs
  • Health education classes and workshops

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Hear From Some of My Clients

“Bridgette has an incredible ability to navigate complex and ambiguous situations towards a meaningful outcome.  She is not only a pleasure to work with, but she is a strategic and critical thinker.  She has been a wonderful partner to us--we would have made no progress without her great leadership.”

Abby M.

Colorado Permanente Medical Group, Business Management

“Thank you for taking the time to come out and show us how to easily incorporate some extra moves into our lives!”

Jean H.

Academy School District 20, Risk Management

“Bridgette assisted me in putting together a one pager for our department vision. Additionally, she worked closely with me to develop metrics for my Advanced Practice Nursing (APN) group to measure success with our Diabetic and Cardiac members’ lab values. What I enjoy most in working with her is that I give her an often vague idea and she can visualize it, put it on paper, and make it understandable. I would highly recommend her for any type of help or mentoring. She is a great sounding board. She not only listens she coaches."

Kelly H.

Kaiser Permanente Colorado Nurse Manager, Primary Care Virtual Support Team