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Employee health and well-being workshop

Integrating employee wellness into daily work life

As employees manage ever-full workloads in a reality where the lines between work and home life are blurrier than ever, they’re feeling increasingly overwhelmed. In fact, recent research indicates nearly half of the U.S. workforce is experiencing employee burnout. Integrating Employee Health and Well-being into Daily Work Life is an interactive program that equips organizations and their people with tools to identify employee burnout, support employee health, well-being and connection, and drive organizational productivity.

Improve productivity, connection, and engagement

Left unchecked, burnout poses a risk to retention, mission success and the bottom line. But there’s good news: by focusing on employee health and employee well-being, organizations can take steps to help employees improve productivity, connectivity, and overall engagement. 

Our workshop provides teams with insight into the causes and impacts of employee burnout and equips organizations and employees with strategies for maintaining and improving health, efficiency, and effectiveness. 

Employee health and well-being workshop outcomes

Understand employee burnout, its cause, and impacts

Learn practices for avoiding and/or recovering from the negative impacts of burnout

Identify actionable steps to maintain and improve employee health and wellbeing including engagement, and productivity 

Build community through interactive discussion

What clients are saying

The session included many valuable tips and reminders on how to maintain wellness as our heavy workload continues, and it was important for [my team] to know that their leadership supports these.

– Division Director

[Our] leadership group was spurred by this discussion to start problem-solving and planning concrete ways we can address some of the work-life balance issues we face in a more strategic way. We sincerely appreciate it!

– Director

Working with Eagle Hill is easy


We start with a quick discovery call to learn more about your unique challenges


We tailor the workshop content to best address your needs


We engage your team in the interactive, virtual session (60, 90, or 120 minutes)


Our latest research & thinking

Keep your finger on the pulse of the trends impacting your business and your industry with actionable insights and best practices based on our proprietary research.


The state of worker burnout: 2024

Eagle Hill’s survey of U.S. employees surfaces insights into the drivers, organizational impacts, and remedies for alleviating worker burnout.


Understanding government employee burnout

Eagle Hill’s survey of government employees provides agencies with deeper understanding of government employee burnout causes and remedies.


Women are back on the job, but chronic obstacles remain

By Melissa Jezior

As women return to work, new research found that women workers still face chronic workplace challenges, from burnout to lack of opportunity. How can organizations help their female employees overcome these hurdles?


The employee turnover tsunami is coming

An employee turnover tsunami is expected once the pandemic ends, where new workforce planning strategies are needed to support revised business models.


Don’t just bounce back from COVID-19. Bounce forward.

Organizations must bounce forward to meet new realities. Bouncing forward requires not evolving your business strategy for “the new normal” but reshaping how to best engage and support employees in achieving it.


Webinar | COVID-19: Supporting your employees in the new remote work environment

Well into the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve shifted from the initial shock of extreme teleworking to focusing on how to manage and maintain performance in this new environment for the long term. Join us for a discussion about performance management in remote work.


Women are back on the job, but chronic obstacles remain

By Melissa Jezior

As women return to work, new research found that women workers still face chronic workplace challenges, from burnout to lack of opportunity. How can organizations help their female employees overcome these hurdles?


Webinar | Meeting the needs of your remote workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic

In our webinar, top consultants at Eagle Hill give some best telework practices and indispensable tips on maintaining your employees’ connectedness, motivation, and empowerment, even when you’re all working apart.


Weathering COVID-19: Leadership and trust

COVID-19 is creating unprecedented stress on workers and employers, in part because only 32% of employees say their organization has trusted leaders to navigate the crisis. Here is what employers need to think about now to weather the storm.

Case Studies

Unconventional consulting leads to unbelievable results

Here are a few examples of how we provide impact for our clients. From boosting employee retention to planning market entry, our years of creative and strategic experience have helped clients across industries reach their potential.

Federal government: Narrative

Creatively improving work-life health + wellness programs

One agency needed to raise employee awareness of available support services. By working with them to craft an effective 5-year strategic plan for ongoing improvement, we helped get them on the path to a healthier workforce.

Financial services: Narrative

Improving morale and reducing high turnover

One large financial services company had a great career-mapping tool, but employee expectations weren’t aligned. We helped them close the gap by taking a transparent approach that stepped outside the box.

Federal government: Impact Statement

Addressing human capital strategy and workforce requirements

We helped one agency create their first-ever 5 year strategic plan to find new ways to attract, retain, and develop a motivated workforce—creating a winning, repeatable process for workforce planning.

Federal government: Narrative

Empowering employees to strengthen service, culture, and core values

When the number one grant-making organization in the government faced sustainability concerns, we brought employees at all levels together for collaborative solutions to increase engagement, strengthen culture, and improve retention.

Want to hear more? Let’s talk.