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View Johnson & Johnson Health and Wellness Solutions, Inc. videos featuring insightful and engaging content on a range of health, wellness and behavior science topics.

The Power of Rituals

Admiral Ray Smith (Retired) unearths a key tool that helps people in making long-term changes.

Secrets of High Performers

Human Performance Institute Co-Founders, Dr. Jim Loehr and Dr. Jack Groppel, recall the first time they uncovered one of the key principles in Corporate Athlete training...and it only takes 16 seconds.

Postive change that helps a person become more connected to the group

Dr. Kelly McGonigal, Health Psychologist, Stanford University, describes the impact of social influence on individual behavior.

Willpower: How do you turn on this instinct in the face of temptation?

Dr. Kelly McGonigal, Health Psychologist, Stanford University, discusses how to tap into the deepest motivations of each person.

The benefit of contagious role models

Dr. Kelly McGonigal, Health Psychologist, Stanford University, describes how role models make an important difference in behavior change.

What is the middle ground between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation?

Dr. Kelly McGonigal, Health Psychologist, Stanford University, explains the positive effect of linking behavior to something we care about.

Three key human needs to keep people engaged in a behavior change program

Dr. Kelly McGonigal, Health Psychologist, Stanford University, describes the critical factors of behavior change programs that ensure engagement.

The critical reason we must better manage our personal energy

Raquel Garzon, Senior Vice President Programs & Deliver, Director of Nutrition, reviews the importance of managing one's personal energy.

Utilizing science to drive wellness and prevention programs

Fikry Issac, MD, MPH, FACOEM, Vice President, Global Health Services, discusses his personal experiences in implementing wellness and prevention programs.

Is your physical body relevant to the business world?

Jack Groppel, PhD, Vice President of Applied Science & Performance Training, describes how focus on the physical body improves business performance.

Why does that business pro need strength training and recovery time?

Jack Groppel, PhD, Vice President of Applied Science & Performance Training, explains the application of sports science to business performance.

The sports science concept of recovery - applied to business

Jack Groppel, PhD, Vice President of Applied Science & Performance Training, explains the need to disconnect and recharge in order to improve business performance.

Shifting the paradigm from inactivity to a culture of movement

Jack Groppel, PhD, Vice President of Applied Science & Performance Training, explains that even short bursts of exercise can light up the brain (1 minute).

Driving willpower is social connections

Dr. Kelly McGonigal, Health Psychologist, Stanford University, explains how to tap into willpower when faced with stress or temptation.

What sustains behavior change?

Dr. Kevin Wildenhaus discusses a critical question faced by many in our industry.

Thriving at work - improves performance, productivity and health

Professor Gretchen Spreitzer, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ross School of Business, explains why thriving employees are important to every organization minuntes).

Empowered employees are more likely to thrive

Professor Gretchen Spreitzer, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ross School of Business, explains why businesses should create a culture of trust and respect.

Google's Zero Moment of Truth

Consumers are turning the product decision making process upside down.

My biggest surprises from ten years of research on thriving

Professor Gretchen Spreitzer, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ross School of Business, shares her most surprising research observations.

Are your employees thriving at work?

Professor Gretchen Spreitzer, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ross School of Business, explains why learning and vitality can benefit both employees and employers.

Convergence of personalized info and technology = Health Engagement

Wired Magazine Editor Thomas Goetz discusses how outcomes can improve when individuals are engaged through scalable technology.

Failing Forward

Admiral Ray Smith (Retired) explains how failing doesn't hold us back, but can propel us forward if we keep the right perspective

Achieving the Impossible (with Olympic Gold medalist Dan Jansen)

Olympic Gold Medalist speed skater Dan Jansen details his journey of breaking a world record once believed to be humanly impossible.

Building Resiliency by Looking Forward (with Olympic Gold medalist Dan Jansen)

Dan Jansen, an Olympic Gold Medalist in speed skating, discusses how looking towards the future can help in dealing with adversity in the present.

Benefits of Recovery (with Olympic Gold medalist Dan Jansen)

Olympic Gold Medal winner Dan Jansen shows the importance and impact of strategic recovery as an essential way of dealing with day-to-day stress.

The Power of Journaling (with Olympic Gold medalist Dan Jansen)

Olympic Gold Medalist Dan Jansen and Dr. Jim Loehr reveal the power of journaling and what it can mean for you.

Economic Improvement

Human Performance Institute Co-founders Drs. Jim Loehr and Jack Groppel discuss why the time to invest in your employees is now.

Energy Crisis

Human Performance Institute Co-founders Drs. Jim Loehr and Jack Groppel discuss the implications of the Human Energy Crisis and what it means to your business.

Energy vs. Time

Human Performance Institute Co-founders Drs. Jim Loehr and Jack Groppel discuss why managing energy, not time, plays a critical role in greater engagement and high performance.

The Body is Business Relevant

Human Performance Institute Co-founders Drs. Jim Loehr and Jack Groppel explain the business implications of having a healthy body and how it is also the foundation of energy management.

Resiliency

Human Performance Institute Co-founders Drs. Jack Groppel and Jim Loehr offer their insights into what resiliency really means and the impact it can have on your business and life.

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