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Apr 12, 2021


As a former elite athlete, New York Yankees draft pick, and national level coach, Tim Borys is an expert at eliciting higher performance from individuals and teams.

He believes that improved health, happiness and personal performance help us cultivate greatness in our lives and improve the world around us.

As CEO of FRESH! Wellness Group, Tim and his team now help people and organizations ignite their potential… in business and life.

Join us for this episode of The Workplace Communication Podcast, as Tim and I explore the business case for creating a Chief Wellness Officer role in your organization.

We discuss the compelling reasons to do, as well as the substantial costs of not making wellness a top priority in your organization.  Tim also shares some concrete “how to’s” to help get you started with your own organizational wellness plan.

Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:

🎙️ Why stand-alone wellness programs may not be doing as much good as you think

🎙️ Embedding wellness into the DNA of your company for maximum results

🎙️ Approaching wellness from a more holistic lens

🎙️ Tips to help you develop a strategic wellness plan for your organization

In his roles as Corporate Consultant, Speaker, Executive Performance Coach, and CEO of FRESH! Wellness Group, he and his team help people and organizations ignite their business and life. Tim is the author of five books, including his most recent title _“**Your Work From Home Productivity Handbook**: How to stay healthy, happy, and productive working from home...even during a global pandemic.”

If you’re ready to commit to making wellness a top priority in your organization, then this episode is for you!

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