What’s keeping your health and wellness service from being favored by employers and human resource consultants?
Emerging Companies are under increased pressure to build momentum within the employer community.
So why is it so hard to get an employer that supposedly “liked your solution” to “buy your solution?”
Employers are regularly contacted by health and wellness companies, like yours, that claim to be the solution that they need. There are a lot of new and innovative solutions ringing their phones, daily! What employers need to know is that you:
- Understand their company and their employees
- Know how your solution will fix their problem…and not create problems
- Have a sustainable go to market strategy
- Will deliver on your results
All while making it easy for the decision-maker, the employer and especially the employees.
Without you demonstrating this, how will they know that you can do what you say!
The Good News?
Sylvia and Open Circles’ bring our unique and multi-faceted experience having designed, implemented, managed and sold health and wellness programs to global employers.
— Working with large global employers gives us insight into what employers need and require to form a partnership.
— Managing within Health Plans and Health Systems, we know how they can influence or enhance your service.
— Engaging as a Human Resource Consultant, we value the role of this relationship with employers and how it impacts you.
I’m Sylvia Doss.
Strong companies want strong, healthy employees, but finding the right wellness solutions is complex and multifaceted. We’ll explore your process and define the gaps between what you are providing and what the employer needs. We’ll advise how to demonstrate that your solution will help the employer and ultimately the employee and their families.
I believe that when employees buy into their own health and wellness, that internal motivation creates results that are significant to the organization, far superior to health care savings. I know that an effective solution will take a good performing company and make it a great performing company.
I assume you think the same thing and that’s why you’re here.
After years in the health and wellness world, I’ve come to appreciate the challenges that make it difficult for emerging companies to team up with employers and provide effective health and wellness solutions. I believe we should have access to solutions that improve our lives and that employers are a great place for that to happen.
After all, we know that healthy employees are happier, more engaged in their work, and more productive at work.
Open Circles is committed to helping smart, savvy people discover the freedom of creating optimal health. We are all here to help each other make a difference in the world and that HEALTH and WELLNESS is about bringing the most out of life so that we are mentally, emotionally and physically at ease.
Oh yeah! There’s one more huge benefit to working with Sylvia…
Are you as overwhelmed by everything we’re supposed to do or not do around food? Should we be paleo, Keto, gluten-free, plant-based, no carbs, high fat, vegetarian, vegan…or what? How are we supposed to know what’s right, who to listen to and what to believe? And how are we supposed to do any of it with our busy schedules, long commutes, and needed family time?
The Table is a dynamic community to support open-minded, curious people (like you) who want to enrich your lives and your food choices with information, inspiration and support. And receive all of that at exactly the level you want it.
Ready to learn more about how Open Circles can support your emerging company?
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