Our current culture and environment has changed. It can be almost impossible for people to obtain the tools and help necessary to reach their highest potential. And since the beginning of 2020, we are more aware of the importance of our well-being and physical health. Many current work cultures are just surviving, not thriving, and leaders are being asked to do more and know more around their employees’ health and well-being needs and what it takes to have a healthy and thriving work force.
Our goal is to help elevate individuals and organizations above and beyond our current culture’s challenges so that we can reach our goals and live more productive and healthy existences = Elevate our health. Elevate our minds. Elevate our relationships. Elevate our work cultures. Elevate our leadership well-being. Elevate our lives.
Jenny Hendricks is the Owner of Elevated Cultures, LLC. She is a strategic engagement consultant and working closely with HR teams, has built and implemented organizational employee wellness strategies for several large organizations. Jenny has coached hundreds of people and worked with many leaders whose goals are to improve their health and fitness, lose weight, reduce stress, adapt a mindfulness practice, and improve their quality of living.
What this past year has taught is that we now understand how we’re all interconnected. Everyone’s health should be EVEYONE’s concern. Understanding how our body’s work and how to get help is a human right. We all deserve to understand:
- What we need to thrive
- How stress impacts our health, how to reduces it’s affects and build resilience
- How to build our immunity, which is especially important right now in response to COVID-19
- How to prevent chronic conditions and get regular help to support the reversal of cormobidities
- How to live more mindfully so we’re happier, we’re better listeners, we respond better to challenges, we’re better in our relationships, we’re better parents, we’re better colleagues, and better leaders
- How to utilize our community resources and find access to quality health care
Lisa Bloomquist BS, MSHR has over 20 years of experience in the Human Resources field and has been published in academic journals related to her work. She serves as a member of Loyola University’s Adjunct Faculty in Chicago where she enjoys teaching Organizational Psychology to MBA and MSHR students. Her current research focuses on the study of narcissism in the workplace. She has written three best-selling books on the topic of narcissistic abuse to help survivors find their path forward. She provides one-on-one coaching and closed community online group support for those in a relationship with a narcissist, whether that be of a personal or professional nature. Visit her at www.thepathforwardnow.com for more information.