Wednesday, December 10, 2014

New Book: Corporate Wellness: Management and Evaluation Toolkit

New Book: Corporate Wellness: Management and Evaluation Toolkit
I am glad to announce that this toolkit was just published and is available for your review and potential use at:

It contains material related to occupational stress and corporate wellness.
It contains:
1. A set of management improvement plans (with over 72 actions).
2. A stress policy.
3. Several stress performance measures.
4. Occupational Stress Audit Evaluation Questionnaires (Four audit questionnaires with over 87 questions to evaluate the stress level of people at all levels of your company, in terms of: Personal Happiness; Personal Stress; etc.).
5. Corporate Wellness Audit Questionnaires (18 audit questionnaires with over 90 questions to evaluate the Corporate Wellness of your company, in terms of: Tone at the Top; Understanding of the organization by the board; Operational philosophy; etc.).
6. Over 72 improvement actions.
7. An evaluation method that calculates an index for the person or entity taking going through the evaluation questions.

You may also check out the following documents for your business use.
1. Auditing and Improving Business Performance
2. Audit Report Model and Sample

Thank you,
John Kyriazoglou, CICA, B.A (Hon-University of Toronto),

Business Thinker, Consultant and Author of several books

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