Wendy Kuhn, Principal
Break Through Consulting, LLC
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Healthy Leadership
Healthy Leadership can lead to innumerable benefits in terms of improved outcomes, personal and team well being, and increases to the bottom line of an organization.  And, it's the right thing to do.   It doesn't have to be complicated, see Break Through Consulting's five steps to healthy leadership and management below. 
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My Philosophy

I have often seen projects, programs, and strategic plans fail or not be fully implemented.  One of the contributing factors is often a work force that is over-stressed, unhealthy, and not committed to the end result. At the same time, corporate health and wellness programs tend to be underutilized with employees not taking advantage of available opportunities.  

One common key component of successful strategic planning, successful programs, and successful project management is a fully engaged workforce.   By incorporating health and wellness into these efforts, rather than having health and wellness programs as separate functions, the employees have a voice in what is included in the program and see their ability to influence corporate strategies. They are also more likely to embrace these strategies.  In my experience, including employee wellness in corporate strategies demonstrates the organization’s commitment to their employees and leads to a more productive, healthier, more creative, and more engaged workforce. 

My focus is working with organizations to help them grow and reach the next level.
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