About Andy Core - Speaker and Author on Work-Life Balance, Productivity & Wellbeing:
Andy Core is a credentialed, award-winning thought leader on increasing employee engagement, productivity, and wellness motivation. His talent lies in helping hard-working, conscientious adults thrive at work and in their personal lives.
He has a master’s degree in the science of human performance and has spent the past 15 years researching ways to become better equipped to thrive in today’s hectic society. Thus helping organizations build teams that cost less, have better attitudes, and accomplish more.
Author of several books including Change Your Day, Not Your Life, Healthy Motivation, and Master Your Body, Andy has also received numerous awards and recognition on his work. He was also the Co-host of the PBS affiliate television show “Fighting Fat”.
What Andy Core Talks About:
Life Balance – Redefining Humanly Possible
Today’s working culture can have you constantly running 90mph, hair on fire. Tomorrow will get faster. But there is good news. You yearn for more balance in your life, which is the solution to your “More.Faster.Better” dilemma. In Andy’s programs you will learn how to improve your work-life balance, productivity, health and your ability to stay motivated.
Sales Energy: Having “the Juice” to Get & Keep More Clients
Sales Professionals will create maximal, sustainable and motivated performance by using proven ideas to improve their daily system. Bottom line, this program creates more capable Sales Professionals who generate more revenue for themselves and for your company.
Your Sales Professionals will be able to:
- Convert more contacts into appointments due to increased energy, motivation and focus.
- Convert more appointments into clients by bringing the best version of themselves to more of those opportunities.
- Enhance customer service because they really can “do more with less.”
- Capitalize on more opportunities by reducing the need to miss work.
The bottom line – after this program your sales professionals will know how to achieve greater professional success, personal significance and do so without burning themselves out in the process.
Regardless of what the future holds for healthcare, worksite wellness programs are and will continue to be critical to sustaining healthcare benefits, not to mention profitable companies. The big question is not, “Should I implement a worksite wellness program|” but rather:
What does it take to effectively and persuasively pitch wellness to your stake holders?
After you get the yes, how do you set up your program so that you maximize participation and ROI?
Then, after the honeymoon period is over, what must you do to ensure your program continues to grow versus experiencing a steady decline in participation and the slow, painful death experienced by most worksite wellness programs?
In this “dig in and get your hands dirty” workshop, wellness consultant Andy Core, M.S. will give you doable, tactical answers to those questions, plus insights into his experience with companies like Gillette, Wal-Mart, Unilever, Clorox, Coldwell Banker, the U.S. Army and many others.
Leading Through Stress: How to Lead Others (and yourself) to Excel Under Stress
Leading Under Stress provides three key ideas and a formula to help you improve productivity, service and morale when you need it most. First, you will gain the research and a template to effectively employ the #1 way to improve employee engagement. Second, you gain a deeper understanding of how people react to the challenges of peak seasons and how you can help them maintain high energy and positivity throughout. Third, you will learn how the research in stress can help you better lead the discussion around change at your organization. Finally, you will leave with a formula to better understand why people often don’t do what they should and could do to improve and four steps to move them in the right direction. By learning to Lead Under Stress you can energize your teams and yourself no matter what gets thrown at you.
Your program positively affected my performance at work, primarily because I noticed an increased energy level THROUGHOUT the day