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Step 4 - Develop an Action Plan

Step 4 of 6 Step Program

Each workplace has a unique environment and employee culture. Programs must recognize this and be customized to fit the workplace. Make programs as flexible as possible. It is also important to remember that when it comes to making lifestyle changes, employees will all be at various stages of readiness.  Successful programs recognize that change is a process that takes time and that there needs to be a good match between the activity and the stage of readiness for change. 

Research tells us that successful workplace health initiatives must complete three tasks in order to be successful. They need to create employee awareness, build employee skills, and create a supportive work environment. See Balanced Workplace Health Strategies for more details.

For more specific topic ideas look at Step 5 – Implement an Action Plan 

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