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Total Worker Health® Leadership Program

Create a culture of health, safety, and productivity


The Total Worker Health Leadership Program is designed for business leaders who want to create a sustainable workforce and workplace culture that is safe, healthy, and productive. In this executive program, renowned faculty from the Colorado School of Public Health's Center for Health, Work & Environment will evaluate your organization’s approach to health and safety. In a small group of fellow leaders, you will be given personalized, data-driven feedback and develop an action plan to optimize the health, safety, and productivity of your workplace. You will also have the opportunity to provide and receive mentoring, growing your network with other local business leaders.
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What Leaders Are Saying

"As a CEO who truly cares about my staff, I thought I had a pretty good awareness of how to support them through our health and safety efforts. However, what I learned through this training is how to deeply root wellness and safety in our culture by listening to staff and empowering them to help shape their work environment." — Becky Hobart, CEO, Ariel Clinical Services
 
"I recommend strongly any leaders who are interested in promoting a healthier, more positive and productive workplace to attend this workshop.  I was able to listen and learn from experts in the field of occupational health who discussed simple, practical worker health initiatives... that will make an immediate difference." —Gage Garby, CEO, Axion Health

"[This] training helped us understand that there are many factors that affect worker productivity... I personally found it interesting and helpful to recognize that the techniques that work for improving workplace safety can be used to improve mental health or personal wellness and vice versa."  —David Fiore, Co-Owner, Fiore & Sons




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   This program is supported in part thanks to a grant from Pinnacol Assurance.
  

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Mail Stop B119
Aurora, CO 80045


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