Running with scissors is fun until you fall.
So is corporate wellness: it sounds like a tonne of fun, with stretch breaks on the clock, healthy snacks in the break room, employer-sponsored massages, health coaching, exercise classes…
By “bad” webinars, I mean, “poor quality,” for the following reasons. These reasons are presented in a list format, like many webinars giving health and wellness tips; some representative titles: “Top 5 Must-Do’s for Small Business Wellness,” “Top 5 Cost Neutral Wellness Program Strategies,” and “14 Wellness Predictions for 2014.”
I’ve listened to a lot of webinars since entering the world of health and wellness in December 2012, listening to those first live calls with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
Grab some stove-popped popcorn and read on.