Structure of Leadership Support

The who, what, where, when, why and how case for a wellness program.

Committee of Wellness

Steps and resources for creating or maintaining a wellness committee.

Health Assessments

Tools for marking baseline and benchmarking change as well as educating employees about their own health.

Outline of Plan and Action

Strategic planning of initiatives.

Operation of Plan and Action

Turning your plans into actions.

Learning and Progressing

Assessing initiatives, programs and activities to evaluate their impact and communicating the results.

Other Resources

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Structure of Leadership Support

As with most things, the first step is usually the toughest. But when getting a workplace wellness program off the ground, the first step—starting at the top—is critical. Supportive leaders will set the groundwork for a strong wellness committee so start by setting clear goals and defined roles for leadership—nail this and you’re off to a great start. Resources here include information on ROI, employee wellness definitions and program examples. 

5 Steps to a Healthy School Community


Even in these tough times, there's lots of momentum around school wellness. Alberta Health Services offers a five-step process for creating and fostering a healthy school community. 

Healthy School Policy Toolkit


If you’re looking to create, improve or maintain your healthy school community, this toolkit’s for you! It contains multiple resources—which can be used alone or in combination—to guide you in the development of best practice policies and procedures supporting a healthy school community.

ASEBP and You: A Partnership in Wellness

Report or Publication

ASEBP has a team of workplace wellness consultants that want to help YOU on your workplace wellness journey—check out this resource to read all about who they are, what they do and how they do it. Oh, and how to get in touch with them, of course!

Vision and Mission Template

Worksheet or Template

Use this helpful template to help your committee draft its vision and mission, as you get started on the path of developing a structure for school division workplace wellness.

Developing and Sustaining Workplace Wellness in a School Division

Worksheet or Template

Are you planning a workplace wellness initiative? You've come to the right place! Start off by looking at this guide to building sustainability into your employee wellness plans. This resource also includes how to structure your workplace wellness initiative at the school or division level, planning tips, and examples for how to create a committee terms of reference and write a wellness champion role description.

Workplace Wellness for Alberta School Authorities: A Planning and Implementation Guide

Report or Publication

We know that school authority leaders play a significant role in supporting the overall development of healthy school communities. With that goal in mind, the College of Alberta School Superintendents has prepared a comprehensive and integrated workplace wellness planning and implementation guide, informed by well-being research, school partner input and well-being interviews conducted with a range of system leaders from school authorities across the province.

ASEBP Professional Learning Support


Are you looking for ways to support your workplace's wellness needs through professional learning opportunities? Contact ASEBP and connect with a workplace wellness consultant to discuss a strategy that best meets your needs. 

The Idea Readiness Tool: Getting Great Ideas off the Ground

Report or Publication

Put the Idea Readiness Tool (IRT) into action with this handy workbook! The IRT helps wellness champs understand their school community’s level of willingness for adopting new ideas and offers strategies for taking action. This workbook includes the IRT’s checklist for assessing readiness and then takes things a step further with a space for outlining your idea.

Idea Readiness Tool

Report or Publication

Get ready for a tool that helps wellness champions understand their school community's level of willingness for adopting new ideas, offers strategies for taking action and most of all, conveniently named.

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