Shortlister hosted Troy Vincent, CEO, and Jeremy Knipper, VP of Technology and Product with Navigate Wellbeing Solutions, to share more about the power of engaging employees through wellbeing to help them live well and work well.
At Navigate, their purpose is simple: Do good for others. They work to better the lives of their employees, their customers, and the communities they serve – and inspire others to do the same. They are dedicated to their clients and to making great things happen for you, your participants, and the community you live in.
WELLBEING YOUR WAY
With Navigate’s configurable digital engagement platform, you get the right technology, the right information, and the right resources at the right time. With a 95% retention rate and NPS of 66, it is clear that service is the heartbeat of their company. Navigate’s functional work teams provide subject matter expertise and functional expertise, ownership, leadership, and accountability for assigned project results.
POWER OF 8
The Navigate platform, its many tools and features, and the annually updated group challenges are all based on their Power of 8 philosophy, which means they provide resources that address the eight key pillars of wellbeing:
NAVIGATE’S BEHAVIOR CHANGE METHODOLOGY
Navigate starts the process by gathering data from participants to best understand their needs.
Setting SMART Goals
New for 2020 is the collection and setting of participant SMART goals.
Navigate’s pillars of wellbeing, the Power of 8.
Build Support Structure
Working together to achieve goals can increase adoption and retention of altered behaviors.
Giving participants options for achieving goals specific to their needs drives engagement.
Get Feedback & Iterate
Creating a feedback loop is key to running a successful program.
Be inspiring, innovative and embrace change. With a 90-day implementation period, Navigate can help make great things happen for you and your team.
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