"Be Well Lead Well® will help you develop soft and hard skills to lead yourself and your teams into a new paradigm of leadership and vitality. This will transform how you view your own potential—in your health and career."Richard Kim, M.D.Assistant Professor of Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine
“The time for putting wellbeing into practice is now. Wisdom Works helped me unpack the depth of science behind wellbeing to uncover new ways of leading a wellbeing culture for our company, inside and out.”Dondeena BradleyGlobal Vice President, Nutrition & Wellbeing, Barilla
“This is the first time in nearly two decades of working in this industry that I’ve witnessed a truly holistic, integrative approach to enlightened leadership and wellbeing. Be Well Lead Well Pulse® is not your standard executive health or leadership development program. Instead, it takes the best of science – physical, intellectual, and emotional – and offers true, transformational change from the inside out, led by some of the best available talent in the world.”Mia KyricosPresident and CEO, Kyricos & Associates, LLC
"Wisdom Works has the unique combination of both the science of wellbeing and how to integrate into who we are as leaders. This is not just about good health but creating a healthy and thriving organization to win in the market.”Bill TompkinsSenior Vice President, Macy’s Inc.
"Wellbeing is critical to the sustainability of our company, as well as the personal lives of our employees. To inspire a culture of wellbeing in our business unit, we turned to Be Well Lead Well® and the team at Wisdom Works for assistance. Their work clearly helped us bridge the gap between wellbeing, effective leadership, and meaningful success."Jia GayGroup Human Resources Director, Middle East & North Africa, The Coca-Cola Company
"A great program and tool to help leaders prioritize their wellbeing in service of themselves and the teams they lead. Honored to be part of this wonderful community who will make such a difference."Jackie Alcalde Marr, MHROD, PCC, CPCCFounder, Evolutions Consulting Group
WHAT WE DO…
Is provide state-of-the-art programs, transformative leadership development, and science-backed wellbeing expertise to empower leaders to make thriving a game-changer for their brands and organizations, as well as themselves.
In an often stress-filled world, aspiring and accomplished leaders alike can grow their positive impact using Be Well Lead Well®.
A global movement of leaders passionate about making thriving a priority at work, at home, and in all walks of society.
We’re fueled by Wisdom Works, a firm embraced by Fortune 100 companies and entrepreneurial innovators alike to build their capacity for wellbeing leadership.
Wisdom Works launched in 1999 on the belief that real leadership, power, and wisdom springs from the vitality of the leaders themselves.
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Be Well Lead Well® is committed to advancing the consciousness and capabilities for more inclusive, well, and wiser leadership. In support of these efforts, Be Well Lead Well® Director and Wisdom Works CEO, Renee Moorefield curates monthly content and resources for The Wellness Moonshot: A World Free of Preventable Disease, an initiative of the Global Wellness Institute. The goal: to bring together global wellness enthusiasts, from scientists and educators to health experts and business leaders, to eradicate preventable disease worldwide. Each month, Renee explores wellbeing leadership through the themes of The Wellness Moonshot Calendar. Below is an excerpt from November’s Theme: REVIEW November 2022 | REVIEW CAN TECH SCALE WELLNESS FOR ALL? That’s the question I was most intrigued to ask Nichol Bradford as part of The Wellness Moonshot initiative’s audacious mission to create a world free of preventable disease. Nichol is cofounder of both the Transformative Technology Lab and the human potential investment company Niremia Collective. Consequently, she is uniquely suited to provide a review of the mushrooming tech industry—from AI and robotics to sensors and synthetic biology—as applied to human health and development. According to Nichol, part of tech’s appeal is that it makes what is scarce abundant; tech drives down cost, causing wellness…
Wisdom Works study seeks participants from industries serious about prioritizing wellbeing to find out if leaders are thriving. November 2022, Colorado Springs—Wisdom Works Group has launched a groundbreaking study of leadership across the $4.4 trillion global wellness economy, as well as the adjacent industries of healthcare and human potential and development. The study seeks to answer two questions: As leaders of industries built to promote health and wellbeing, are we thriving personally? Are we advancing wellbeing through how we lead? Recent research shows leaders globally are struggling both with their personal wellbeing and leading wellbeing for their teams and organizations. A Deloitte report indicates 76% of C-Suite leaders say the pandemic has negatively affected their wellbeing and that only 56% of employees said their company’s executives care about their wellbeing. Gallup research concurs: Employees who are engaged at work but not thriving in their lives have a higher likelihood of burnout, daily stress and worry, and double the rate of daily sadness and anger as employees who are thriving. Creating work environments where people can flourish and bring their best energy and performance to work requires leaders who lead and live wellbeing. Wisdom Works, a social enterprise with a mission to make…
Registration is now open for the 2023 Be Well Lead Well Pulse® Certification Programs Leaders today must guide their organizations through an unprecedented degree of uncertainty, complexity, and change in our globally connected world. And at every level, our systems are struggling to meet these challenges with generative responses, resilience, and wellbeing: A new global high of 33% of adults report daily negative experiences.That’s one-third third of all adults suffering every day—mentally, emotionally, physically. Further detail from the Gallup’s latest research is sobering: Four in 10 adults worldwide feel a lot of worry (42%) or stress (41%), three in 10 experience a lot of physical pain (31%), and 20% report not having a single person they can count on for help. There is a lack of wellbeing in workplaces, along with a rise in its significance. According to a recent report by Deloitte, 68% of employees and 81% of the C-Suite say improving their wellbeing is more important than advancing their career, yet both groups (83% of employees and 74% of executives) say they face obstacles to doing so. At Wisdom Works we believe thriving is an untapped, internal resource that enables leaders to meet these demands effectively. Thriving is essential for healthier, more…