In Philadelphia, stoop sitting is a sure sign of spring. People come out of the woodwork, taking a seat on their front stoops to watch the comings and goings and greet their neighbors. It's one way we welcome the longer days, warmer temperatures, and each other.
Here at context we're celebrating spring's arrival with new client and speaking engagements, and a side trip to Zion National Park. (What business trip doesn't benefit from a side trip?)
Please scroll through our March newsletter for interesting reads on wearable devices and fashioning a culture of health, a look into one of our latest client projects, and a glimpse at our speaking calendar.
Well Read Recommended reading and listening for the month:
Well Said "Sinister." That's how Peter Mills, founder of nGage Health, described some employers' use of health risk assessments, a tool holding a central role in today's approach to wellness. Listen to this current episode of CoHealth Checkup to hear our frank conversation about the value of health risk assessments.Listen now.
Well Done So companies considering an online well-being platform can be more confident about their investment, Virgin Pulse, a member of Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group, hired context to write a buyer's guide. With 15 categories to review and over 30 questions to ask, the guide is helping companies better evaluate potential platform partners and Virgin Pulse connect with potential customers.
Join me at these upcoming conferences, where I'll moderate a panel on executive sponsorship, join a panel on building a culture of health, and co-lead a session on communications that engage and empower.