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In today’s high-pressure environments, the mental health and well-being of employees have never been more critical. Research indicates that 76% of U.S. workers have experienced symptoms of mental health conditions, with 84% affirming that their workplace conditions have contributed to these challenges (Mental Health America, 2021).


What can a Chief Well-Being Officer (CWO) do for you?

  • Reduce Workplace Stress: CWOs can implement mindfulness and stress management programs that, according to the American Institute of Stress, reduce job stress, which is linked to health complaints in 80% of workers (American Institute of Stress, 2021).

  • Increase Employee Engagement: By fostering a supportive work environment, well-being officers can boost employee engagement. Companies with high employee engagement report a 21% increase in profitability, according to Gallup's "State of the American Workplace" report (Gallup, 2017).

  • Improve Retention Rates: Wellness programs overseen by CWOs can lead to improved employee retention. The Harvard Business Review notes that 87% of employees consider health and wellness offerings when choosing an employer (Harvard Business Review, 2010).

  • Enhance Productivity: Effective well-being programs can lead to significant increases in productivity. A study published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine found that employers who designed their workplace health programs with employee input saw up to an 11% increase in productivity (Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2018).

  • Decrease Absenteeism: CWOs help reduce absenteeism through targeted health interventions. According to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), comprehensive, strategically designed wellness programs can reduce absenteeism for illness and stress by approximately 25% (CDC, 2020).

  • Promote a Healthy Work-Life Balance: They can advocate for policies that promote a better work-life balance, which is crucial as 92% of employees say that paid leave positively impacts their well-being (SHRM, 2019).

  • Support Mental Health Initiatives: CWOs play a critical role in mental health advocacy in the workplace. A study from Mind Share Partners (2019) found that offering mental health training for managers led to a 56% improvement in employee productivity and satisfaction.


Why Dr. Nika Gueci as your Chief Well-Being Officer?

As a seasoned leader in promoting holistic health initiatives, Nika offers a proven approach to transforming workplace cultures to support employee well-being effectively. With over 80% of employees seeking workplaces that actively support their well-being (Gallup, 2020), Nika's leadership in implementing strategic well-being programs not only addresses this need but also enhances organizational productivity and employee satisfaction.

Nika's expertise in resilience, mindfulness, and stress tolerance aligns with the Surgeon General’s Framework for Workplace Mental Health and Well-Being, ensuring that strategies are grounded in reputable science and tailored to meet contemporary workplace challenges. Her track record includes leading transformative programs at Arizona State University, where she developed initiatives that significantly increased community and individual resilience. By prioritizing the mental health and emotional well-being of staff, Nika’s leadership helps foster a more engaged, productive, and innovative workforce. Her role as YOUR Chief Well-Being Officer ensures that organizations are not only equipped to support their employees' health but are also positioned as leaders in a global market where well-being is increasingly recognized as key to sustainable success.

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Dr. Nika Gueci as your Chief Well-Being Officer

Strategic Wellbeing Leadership Certificate

Over 80% of workers will be looking for a workplace that supports their mental health (Surgeon General’s Report, 2022).

This Certificate is designed to equip leaders with effective strategies to cultivate a thriving, resilient workforce. Rooted in the Surgeon General’s Framework, which emphasizes the importance of mental health as foundational to overall health and organizational success, this program combines insights from mindfulness, leadership, and resilience training. Through expert-led sessions, interactive workshops, and practical applications, leaders learn to effectively navigate and mitigate the mental health challenges prevalent in today's work environments.

Restore, Recharge & Thrive: Building Resilience Against Burnout

Burnout, fatigue, and exhaustion affect over 60% of employees in various sectors (Gallup). This offering is designed to counter these challenges by equipping participants with effective mindfulness techniques, resilience-building practices, and actionable strategies to enhance personal well-being.

'Participants will practical ways to mitigate the impact of workplace stressors to maintain mental clarity and reduce fatigue and burnout, explore methods to build resilience for long-term health.

Personal Development Workshop: Cultivating Connection and Well-Being

As Arizona faces a significant decline in mental health rankings, from 40th to 49th, the urgency for effective responses grows. This workshop addresses this critical need by offering comprehensive strategies to enhance individual and community well-being.


Designed to counteract the increasing workplace stress and social isolation reported globally, it aims to equip participants with the tools necessary for personal growth, fostering a culture of self-awareness, mindfulness, and empowerment. Through interactive sessions, participants will learn practical skills to enhance their mental, physical, and spiritual health, contributing to a stronger, more resilient community.

Reducing Anxiety & Enhancing Physical Well-being

Explore the benefits of resilience strategies, particularly the capacity to reduce anxiety and improve physical health. Grounded in scientific research, mindfulness is shown to significantly lessen anxiety by fostering a state of active presence and focused attention (Kabat-Zinn, J., 1994).


Learn practical techniques that manage stress and lead to better physical well-being by lowering blood pressure, reducing chronic pain, and enhancing sleep (Grossman et al., 2004). Enhance  mental clarity, achieve a calmer state of mind, and cultivate a lifestyle that supports robust physical health. 

Why We Love Well-Being

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"My own mindfulness practice is vital to being compassionate and understanding of the community I work with. It helped me find the balance between myself and my job that I really like. In interacting with my clients, I practice positive states of mind like compassion, kindness, happiness, and gratitude for the opportunity to help them understand their health condition, and be able to provide the necessary tools for them to live healthier lives."
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