Andy Core’s primary focus is understanding “why do we not change when we know it is the right thing to do?” Specifically, he addresses how to overcome the barriers sabotaging your motivation to living healthier and achieving better work-life balance.
Core has a master’s degree in the science of human performance and performed research and understands how men and women respond to stress, stress testing, and what it takes to change your health behaviors for the better.
Over the last 17 years, Core has contributed to improving the overall health of some of America’s most successful companies as well as some of our most unhealthy communities. Specifically, he has field tested his concepts working directly with hundreds of top performers within Gillette, Coldwell Banker, Intel, Ernst & Young, Clorox, Tyson Foods, and Newell Rubbermaid, as well as leading healthcare organizations, associations and government agencies. His success rate at helping people go from “knowing they need to live a healthier and more balanced life” to actually living it is 13X the national average.
Combing the high energy style of a stand up comic, stories from his experience a successful wellness consultant, and the latest research, Core will ignite your motivation and show you how to execute a better way of life.
Today’s working culture has us constantly running 90mph with our hair on fire, and tomorrow will be even faster. The good news is that what we yearn for — a better balance of life and work — is actually the solution to the “do more with less” dilemma. In this program, you’ll learn how to improve your balance, productivity, and ability to stay motivated in turbulent times.
This program teaches leaders how to energize their people and themselves when stress hits. Your leaders will learn three evidence-based ideas and a formula they can use to better manage times of high workload and organizational or industry change. They’ll also discover how to communicate that change in a way that improves focus and proactive behavior
The great paradox is this: hard-working adults who strive to achieve more often end up defaulting to a daily routine that undermines their ability to succeed. But the secret to escaping the paradox is surprisingly simple: Change Your Day, Not Your Life.
Regardless of what the future holds for healthcare, worksite wellness programs are and will continue to be critical to sustaining healthcare benefits, not to mention profitable companies. In this “dig in and get your hands dirty” workshop, wellness consultant Andy Core, M.S. will give you doable, tactical answers to those questions, plus insights into his experience with companies like Gillette, Wal-Mart, Unilever, Clorox, Coldwell Banker, the U.S. Army and many others.