ALYFE WELLBEING STRATEGIES - Meet A Vendor
Shortlister hosted Aubrey Olson, Vice President of Product Development, and Kris Zitzmann, Vice President of Strategic Solutions at Alyfe, to share the worlds of opportunity Alyfe’s new Choice Challenges can provide for employers.
ABOUT ALYFE WELLBEING STRATEGIES
Alyfe is a minority-owned, women-led business that believes in hard work and high standards. They deliver tailor-made strategies that build a culture of health and create meaningful change. For 15 years, they have been supporting both public and private sector clients in various industries. Everything they do is about improving the people’s daily lives to help each individual live “life all in.”
As a people company, Alyfe delivers a variety of solutions to support ever-changing, unique employer needs that focus on a better experience for participants and employers. Solutions include:
ALYFE’S WORLDS OF OPPORTUNITY
This year Alyfe Wellbeing Strategies introduced a new digital wellness experience. The solution is designed to help individuals understand their current lifestyle behavior by adding, adapting, and maintaining habits. This experience engages participants with a fun and exciting challenge. It includes creating and customizing their in-game world, setting wellness goals, tracking their progress, learning about core wellness principles, earning achievements and rewards along the way, and much more.
This is how Alyfe’s Choice Challenges supports intrinsic motivation, leading to real behavior change:
ALYFE AS A VIP PROVIDER
As a VIP provider for Shortlister, Alyfe offers opportunities for employers to utilize these types of programs either in a broader strategy or as an ala carte solution:
More than ever, employers need the flexibility to meet changing environments and diverse populations. Creating personalized experiences with behavior change practices built-in helps users find their ‘y’ through intrinsic motivation. Better yet, incorporating that with fun, interactive game-play enables better engagement. And being able to focus on non-traditional areas gives employers something different for a period where everything seems new.