Mile High Tide

Our Professional Development Program for Businesses

Imagine a Better Workplace

 

3 Statistics that Reveal the Shocking Price of High Employee Turnover.

  • 6 to 9 Months

A study conducted by the Society of Human Resource Management, revealed that employers need to spend the equivalent of six to nine months of an employee’s salary in order to find and train their replacement.

  • 2 Full Years

According to business expert, Josh Bersin, of Bersin by Deloitte, a new employee can take up to two full years to reach the same level of productivity as an existing staff member.

  • 16% – 213%

The Center for American Progress reported that losing an employee can cost anywhere from 16% of the person’s salary for hourly-nonsalaried employees, to 213% of the salary for a highly trained position!  So, if an executive is making $120,000 a year, the true loss to the company could be up to $255,600

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There is a rising tide of employees that want a different work experience and it has little to do with bean bag chairs and free snacks. Employees expect a productive, engaging, enjoyable work experience. Organizations need a holistic approach to the employee experience, a new approach – putting attention on ‘me’ gives the feeling that the organization cares about them and creates a safe environment to participate and thrive.

It’s empathy and purpose. We are idealists and we imagine a world where people are inspired to go to work, feel safe and engaged while they are there and go home feeling fulfilled about the work they do. We imagine a world where people are proud of the company they work for and the company is proud of the people that work for them.

Using a combination of group training and personal coaching, Mile High Tide helps the people in the companies be their best making the company its best. That is the goal of Mile High Tide.


BwellAware

Our Personal Development Program for People

Mindset Matters… Action Required

BwellAware is a weekly interactive accountability class where goals are achieved by creating and practicing habitual behaviors in a group online environment over a set period of time.

Each week we look at what our thought and behaviors are as they relate to the eight major types of wellness we use in our everyday lives; physical, intellectual, social, spiritual, financial, environmental, emotional and occupational.  We learn, practice and share techniques to create new healthy habits that ultimately lead to our full potential to achieve our desired well’th


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Occupational Health

The ability to get personal fulfillment from our jobs or our chosen career fields while still maintaining balance in our lives. Our desire to contribute in our careers to make a positive impact on the organization we work in and to society as a whole leads to Occupational Wellness.  Understanding our current occupational habits and working towards improving those habits that enhance our occupational experience is the goal of BwellAware.

Social Health

The ability to relate to and connect with other people in our world. Our ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with family, friends, and co-workers contributes to our Social Wellness.  By understanding perspective and the battles that others fight giving us empathy is a goal of BwellAware.

Physical Health

Is the ability to maintain a healthy quality of life without undue fatigue or physical stress. The ability to recognize that our behaviors have a significant impact on our wellness and adopting healthful habits (routine checkups, a balanced diet, exercise, etc.) while avoiding destructive habits (tobacco, drugs, alcohol, etc.) will lead to optimal Physical Wellness and is the goal of BwellAware.

Financial Health

You have a relationship with money and skills in managing resources. It is an intricate balance of the mental, spiritual and physical aspects of money.  Having an understanding of your financial situation and taking care of it in such a way that you are prepared for financial changes contributes to Financial Wellness.  By understanding the habits that have created this relationship with money and rewiring this thought and behavior process to create a healthier financial outlook and reality is a goal of BwellAware.

Spiritual Health

The ability to establish peace and harmony in our lives. The ability to develop congruency between values and actions and to realize a common purpose that binds creation together contributes to our Spiritual Wellness.  Understanding the biological and physiological responses to spiritual relationships between individuals in the form of paying it forward and random acts of kindness is the goal of BwellAware.

Intellectual Health

The ability to open our minds to new ideas and experiences that can be applied to personal decisions, group interaction and community betterment. The desire to learn new concepts, improve skills and seek challenges in pursuit of lifelong learning contributes to our intellectual wellness.  Being well aware of the process between the outside stimulus and the response to that stimulus is the goal of BwellAware.

Emotional Health

The ability to understand ourselves and cope with the challenges life can bring. The ability to acknowledge and share feelings of anger, fear, sadness or stress, hope, love, joy and happiness in a productive manner contributes to our emotional wellness.  Understanding our default habits we use in our emotionally charged interactions and rewiring these habits to create the desired productive outcome is the goal of BwellAware.

Environmental Health

The ability to make our environment supportive of positive habitual changes through the awareness and focus of our desired goals while recognizing our own responsibility for the quality of the air, the water and the land that surrounds us. The ability to make a positive impact on the quality of our environment and make it a conductor of health, well’th and happiness contributes to our Environmental Wellness and is the goals of BwellAware.