Make Wellness Mandatory for the C-Suite
More than a third of S&P 500 firms have a mandatory retirement policy for their CEO’s. Senior leaders must acknowledge their organization’s code of ethics and most top executives sign non-compete and non-disclosure agreements as the normal course of business. Given the advantages of these policies, it makes sense to add one more, out-of-the-box caveat to restart and improve corporate culture and performance – make wellness mandatory for the C-Suite. After all, wellness, which I’m defining as taking good care of one’s physical, mental and emotional health, has been proven to improve productivity, mental clarity and effectiveness. Don’t employees, shareholders and other stake owners deserve for company leadership to perform at their very best?
— Published on August 22, 2018