Employee wellbeing is one of the most talked-about topics in today's world. And wellbeing does not necessarily mean just physical health. It is more about how our job, duties, stress levels, and environment impact overall happiness and health.

In this podcast, Alyssa Poggioli talks about the significance of employee wellbeing in the corporate world. She further discusses the various dimensions of wellness and puts her views across regarding corporate wellness programs and their effectiveness.

About the speaker:

Alyssa Poggiolli is a Corporate Health & Wellness Consultant hailing from Chicago, United States. She has served as a corporate fitness manager for the past ten years. And in the present day Alyssa works as a connection coach and is into leadership. Her main motive is to make people create connection and increase their emotional intelligence so they can lead with impact & love with intention.

Alyssa has spent her life dedicated to helping others get clear and redefine what their level of well-being is with a strong emphasis on Mental and Emotional Wellbeing and how it affects our relationship and leadership styles.

Besides, Alyssa spends her free time being active outside, reading books, looking for new recipes to try or watching documentaries.

Show Notes

(2:08) Tell us about your experience as a Corporate Health and Wellness consultant?

(03:47) Why is employee wellness essential for organizations?

(06:21) Is employee wellbeing multidimensional? If yes, what are your opinions on the various dimensions of wellness?

(08:00) How does employee wellbeing affect employee retention and company culture?

(09:50) What is your take on the growing popularity of employee health?

(11:15) What are your views on Corporate Wellness Programs? Are they effective and beneficial?

(13:30) what role does technology play in any of these? Does it impact employee wellness in organizations?

(14:43) How can employers measure employee wellness?

(16:02) Do you have any suggestions for us and our listeners?

(17:13) If our listeners want to reach you, how would they be able to?