A) Read the Case Study: SPC Healthy Employee Initiative. In at least 300 words, including at least one scholarly/peer-reviewed reference, address the following:

Using one of the models or theories discussed in this module (stages of change, health belief, self-efficacy, protection motivation, theory of reasoned action, etc.), in your post, identify the model you chose and apply it to provide a possible explanation for why staff were not participating in the campaign.

What motivational strategies did the human resources staff use in the “Let’s Get Healthy” campaign? Why do you think these strategies did not work?

Describe a different strategy that could better promote healthy behaviors among staff. For example, if a health education campaign was offered in conjunction with the “Let’s Get Healthy” campaign, would the results have been different? Explain.

Article: Case Study: SPC Healthy Employee Initiative.

B) Working together in groups, whether for a class project or in the workforce, is a key skill to master. Students often dislike group work, and employers are reporting significant gaps in new college graduates’ ability to work with others in teams. See article: Well-Prepared in Their Own Eyes

I would like you to use past experiences, what you learned in about motivation in this module, and one peer-reviewed article about group work to design a group project about a health issue that would help offer an effective learning experience. Clearly explain how would you get group members with different levels of motivation to contribute equally to the project? Consider the following issues: leadership, work distribution, frequency of participation, deadlines, project charter, communication standards and netiquette, file sharing methods, etc.

Article:Well-Prepared in Their Own Eyes