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how successful companies protect their most important asset the health of their executives

How successful companies protect their most important asset – the health of their executives

Comprehensive employee wellness – particularly for those in the C suite – is an often overlooked priority that more and more companies are discovering is a key aspect of long-term strategy for success.

how to optimize ceo and executive health

How to Optimize CEO and Executive Health with Chris Nedelmann

Chris Nedelmann, CEO of Copeman Healthcare, discusses the current opportunities to drive operational excellence and hard business results through comprehensive health and wellness management plans.

Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Research by: Holly Kennedy-­‐Symonds MHSc, Wilma Watson MCE, Chris Nedelmann MBA Context In recent years, studies have modeled the relationship between measures of job satisfaction for primary care teams and objective measures of quality based on process indicators and clinical outcomes. Multilevel analyses indicated that aggregate job satisfaction ratings are associated with higher values on both […]

J'Lyne Nye & Andrew Grose interview Edmonton's team on hot health topics

J’Lyne Nye & Andrew Grose interview Edmonton’s team on hot health topics

The duo from 630AM CHED spoke with Edmonton’s clinical team about infertility, injury prevention, physiotherapy IMS, stress management, diabetes prevention, executive health, atriall fibrillation & weight loss strategies that work.

CEO+Executive Breakfast event - edmonton

CEO + Executive Breakfast Event: Building a High Performance Culture

You’re invited to an exclusive and informative discussion on Building a High Performance Culture on January 28, 2016 in Edmonton for CEOs and their executive teams. This event runs from 7am to 9am.

CEO puts life on healthy course

CEO puts life on healthy course

Best of all, his team helped him change his lifestyle, eliminated or upgraded his medications and ultimately helped to reduce his risk of coronary heart disease by over 60 percent. Not only does he feel great, but he also feels like he is in a better position to lead his company.

Stress epidemic takes a toll on Canada’s business leaders

Stress epidemic takes a toll on Canada’s business leaders

A recent Vancouver Sun piece placed a spotlight on the stress epidemic facing Canadian business leaders. Journalist, Barbara Balfour spoke with Rick Tiedemann, Director of Business Development at Copeman Healthcare about the growing issue.

Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Team‐level job satisfaction ratings are a potentially important marker for the effectiveness of primary care teams in managing patient care. Measurement of team satisfaction is therefore an important quality indicator.

Bad-bosses-take-their-tolls-on-employees-and-companies-alike

Bad bosses take their tolls on employees and companies alike

UBC Workplace Psychology expert Sandra Robinson and Neuropsychologist Dr. Elisabeth Sherman speak to mental health in the workplace.

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how successful companies protect their most important asset the health of their executives

How successful companies protect their most important asset – the health of their executives

Comprehensive employee wellness – particularly for those in the C suite – is an often overlooked priority that more and more companies are discovering is a key aspect of long-term strategy for success.

how to optimize ceo and executive health

How to Optimize CEO and Executive Health with Chris Nedelmann

Chris Nedelmann, CEO of Copeman Healthcare, discusses the current opportunities to drive operational excellence and hard business results through comprehensive health and wellness management plans.

Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Research by: Holly Kennedy-­‐Symonds MHSc, Wilma Watson MCE, Chris Nedelmann MBA Context In recent years, studies have modeled the relationship between measures of job satisfaction for primary care teams and objective measures of quality based on process indicators and clinical outcomes. Multilevel analyses indicated that aggregate job satisfaction ratings are associated with higher values on both […]

J'Lyne Nye & Andrew Grose interview Edmonton's team on hot health topics

J’Lyne Nye & Andrew Grose interview Edmonton’s team on hot health topics

The duo from 630AM CHED spoke with Edmonton’s clinical team about infertility, injury prevention, physiotherapy IMS, stress management, diabetes prevention, executive health, atriall fibrillation & weight loss strategies that work.

CEO+Executive Breakfast event - edmonton

CEO + Executive Breakfast Event: Building a High Performance Culture

You’re invited to an exclusive and informative discussion on Building a High Performance Culture on January 28, 2016 in Edmonton for CEOs and their executive teams. This event runs from 7am to 9am.

CEO puts life on healthy course

CEO puts life on healthy course

Best of all, his team helped him change his lifestyle, eliminated or upgraded his medications and ultimately helped to reduce his risk of coronary heart disease by over 60 percent. Not only does he feel great, but he also feels like he is in a better position to lead his company.

Stress epidemic takes a toll on Canada’s business leaders

Stress epidemic takes a toll on Canada’s business leaders

A recent Vancouver Sun piece placed a spotlight on the stress epidemic facing Canadian business leaders. Journalist, Barbara Balfour spoke with Rick Tiedemann, Director of Business Development at Copeman Healthcare about the growing issue.

Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Team‐level job satisfaction ratings are a potentially important marker for the effectiveness of primary care teams in managing patient care. Measurement of team satisfaction is therefore an important quality indicator.

Bad-bosses-take-their-tolls-on-employees-and-companies-alike

Bad bosses take their tolls on employees and companies alike

UBC Workplace Psychology expert Sandra Robinson and Neuropsychologist Dr. Elisabeth Sherman speak to mental health in the workplace.