Our Mission

Workplace apathy, dissatisfaction, and indifference are major factors in both the reduction in employee retention and the increase in health issues such as a weakened immune system, heart disease, and diabetes.

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We address this neglected gap in the corporate skillset by not only helping individuals find their passion, but by providing a roadmap that will guide managers to lead a happier and healthier workforce and build a new culture of caring leaders within their organizations and communities.

We strive to enhance organizational health by providing each client with the latest evidence-based information needed to create constructive and valuable solutions to challenges to promote engagement and increased communication.

We are committed to promoting positive behaviors that will transform and invigorate employees to create a lifelong commitment to healthier lifestyles and optimal wellness.

Our mission at the Aspire2 Group is to educate, inspire, and support our clients in creating an environment that empowers, engages, and motivates employees.

Wellness Management

A successful partnership is built on trust.

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The Aspire2 Wellness Group understands the varied relationships between all stakeholders and works with you to tailor a wellness program that integrates a flexible approach to change behavior and the implementation of best practices. We help you to facilitate transparency in data, dissemination of knowledge, and fostering a partnership between employer and employee.

Change is not easy when attempting to do it alone, but it is made possible by working with our certified wellness team who have a proven track record in helping clients lead dramatically changed lifestyles by uncovering their level of commitment and vision, setting SMART goals, and encouraging them at every step to be their best self.

Employers who take assertive action toward implementing wellness programs will see:

  • Decreased healthcare costs

  • Increased retention

  • Reduced absenteeism

  • Increased productivity

  • Improved morale

  • Increased employee engagement, self-esteem, and satisfaction

The CDC states that four health risk behaviors; lack of exercise or physical activity, poor nutrition, tobacco use, and drinking too much alcohol are the main causes of illness, suffering, and early death related to chronic diseases and conditions.

A well-structured wellness program will make an impact, as the targeted interventions (not a one-size-fits-all) create lasting change that benefit not only the employees, but produce a wave of positivity that permeates throughout the local community, the state, and eventually the nation as a whole.