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Habits for Healthcare
The healthcare industry is struggling right now with unaffordable costs, burnout, and lifestyle-related disease epidemics, driving disruptive change as far as the eye can see. Since 2002, Wellcoaches has trained over 10,000 health coaches based on the principal that coaching habits transform us and those we serve. Now, Wellcoaches wants to deliver to everyone in healthcare the keystone habits that enable positive change and thriving, and a patient-centered coaching culture where everyone grows together.
Habit-making is how you take care of your future today – Coach Meg
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What is a Habit?
A habit is the simplest and smallest unit of behavior and mindset that improves your performance and well-being. To be sustained, a habit needs regular practice plus a good dose of both motivation and confidence. Habits become strong and automatic with repetition.
What is a Keystone Habit?
A powerful habit which starts a chain reaction that transforms other habits and changes the game. It delivers early wins and unlocks hope in the possibility of change. Keystone habits are so powerful that they not only change us but the culture around us when we engage in them together.
Wellcoaches Habits Course
The Wellcoaches Habits Course is comprised of 8 collections that can be completed at the users desired pace. Within each collection there are a number of lessons centered around a specific wellness topic. Each lesson includes a 5-10 minute video, a number of helpful resources, and goal trackers. Users can also schedule email or SMS reminders to help them follow through with a lesson. The 8 habit collections focus on:
- Behavior Change
- Emotional Balance
- Burnout Prevention
- Transformational Leadership
Available on CoreHealth
The wellcoaches habits program was developed on the CoreHealth corporate wellness platform.
"Each module has been valuable but this one has particular meaning for me right now. I am deeply grateful for it. Finding positive in my negative emotions has increased my gratitude. There has been much purpose and discovery." – Cindy