About I Commit
I Commit is an innovative new programme designed to encourage employees to make a Wellness commitment that will improve their physical or mental health.
Our expert team of Psychologists, Dietitians, Nutritionists, Financial Experts and Personal Trainers will help your employees achieve their targets through expert interactive advice delivered through a variety of different online tools.
I Commit includes 8 weeks of:
- High quality, step by step on demand eLearning videos
- Live interactive web chats
- Ebooks, How to Guides & Worksheets
- Quit Smoking
- Exercise More
- Being More Positive
- Losing Weight
- Start Eating Healthy
- Becoming More Mindful
- Improving Financial Well being
- Reducing Stress
- Being A Better Parent
- Improving Sleep
I Commit represents a new way of improving the health of employees, drawing on the wealth of experience from our Wellness Experts and our innovative delivery. This is not just a series of blogs…this is over 40 eLearning videos by some of Ireland’s leading Wellness Experts, this is live interactive video discussions between our coaches and participants, this is eBooks, how to guides and worksheets…this is a well constructed and highly engaging, innovative approach to employee health and wellness.
I Commit represents a new way of improving the health of employees, drawing on the wealth of experience from our Wellness Experts and our innovative and interactive eLearning delivery. This has lead to completion and participation rates that far exceed industry norms.
For the first time companies large and small can access a wide range of health and wellness topics. In the past, companies with finite budgets, may have had to choose one topic over another, while now companies can allow their employees to choose a topic based on their own personal goals, and thus generate a much larger ROI.
Increases Wellbeing & Productivity
The broad nature of the topics available will empower employees to tackle whatever health and wellness goal is holding them back, whether it be the health impacts of poor diet, sleep or exercise, or even the stress caused by parenting, financial difficulties or poor emotional well being.