Our Total Worker Health Leadership Programs are designed for individuals who want to create a sustainable work culture that is safe, healthy, and productive. Our programs are applicable to business owners, executives, senior managers, benefits and HR professionals, occupational health and safety professionals, and public health professionals in public and private organizations in every industry.
Online Total Worker Health® Leadership 101 Training
Taught by renowned faculty from the Center for Health, Work & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health, the Total Worker Health Leadership 101 course helps you assess your current leadership strategy and build a framework for evaluating Total Worker Health in your organization. This one-hour training can be taken online at your own pace. For more information, click here.
Total Worker Health® Leadership Workshop
In this interactive learning experience, you will assess your current leadership strategy, build a framework for evaluating Total Worker Health in your organization, and set industry-specific goals and action steps to enhance a culture of Total Worker Health in your organization. This training requires participating in our online, one-hour Total Worker Health Leadership 101 course followed by a 1.5-hour in-person workshop.
If you are interested in participating in a workshop or hosting a workshop for mid to senior-level professionals at your organization, please contact Brenda Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Executive Total Worker Health® Leadership Program
Today more than ever, organizational success factors include fostering a work culture where people feel valued and employee well-being is a central business strategy. In this executive program, mid to senior-level professionals gain real-time experience, skills, and tools to elevate their organization’s approach to health and safety. The program starts with a comprehensive evaluation of Total Worker Health across the organization. In a small group of fellow leaders, leaders will receive personalized, data-driven feedback and develop an action plan to optimize the health, safety, and productivity of their workplace. Leaders will also have the opportunity to provide and receive mentoring, growing their network with other local business leaders. This program includes a full-day in-person workshop, followed by three months of personalized coaching. Taught by renowned faculty from the Colorado School of Public Health's Center for Health, Work & Environment.
If you are interested in participating in a training or hosting one at your organization, please contact Brenda Thompson at email@example.com.
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
These trainings were developed with funding from Pinnacol Assurance as well as a Total Worker Health Center of Excellence Cooperative Agreement U19OH011227, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of Pinnacol Assurance or the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or the Department of Health and Human Services.