Identifying Key Players

Why it's Important to Have Key Players

Well-Being in the workplace starts with making sure departments have identified Key Players who can help lead the way in bringing well-being resources to their workforce. Key Players are defined as well-being ambassadors that make up the four city employers within the City and County of San Francisco. These include: CCSF, CCD, CRT and USD.  

By having Key Players identified for each department, the San Francisco Health Service System's Well-Being Team is able to:

  • Consult directly with departments to understand the needs of their employees
  • Develop a customized approach to well-being that is more suited for each department's environment, culture, and workforce
  • Provide support in developing a well-being strategy that is aligned with the department's priorities

Did You Know?

Ideally, at least one person from leadership is identified to be a Department Lead and at least one employee is identified to be a Champion.  Larger departments should consider multiple Champions to represent different locations/divisions, aiming for 1 champion for every 200 employees. 

 

Key Players are Essential for Well-Being@Work:

IDENTIFY KEY PLAYERS

Learn more
about the characteristics and responsibilities associated with each Key Player.

COMPLETE COMMITMENT FORM

Learn more
about the Champion role and complete the form to register as a Well-Being Champion.

 


What is a Well-Being Champion?

 

  • Resources

    Onsite Activities

    Bring well-being to your workplace by requesting onsite activities that will engage employees in well-being.

    Key Player Training

    Stay up to date with well-being resources you can implement at your worksite and meet other Well-Being Champions and Department Leads by attending quarterly training's hosted by SFHSS Well-Being Team. 

  • Recognition

    Spotlights

    Spotlights provide the opportunity to highlight programs and the individuals/groups that promote well-being.  Learn more and nominate a program at your workplace! Start by completing the nomination form.

    Department Awards

    Well-Being@Work Awards recognize departments that are taking steps toward making employee well-being a priority in the workplace.  Awards recognize departments that make an exerted effort to strategically impact the well-being of their employees, following guidelines and best practices provided by the SFHSS Well-Being Team. In order to receive an award departments must have a Well-Being@Work Annual Plan in place.

  • SFHSS Well-Being Team

    We're Here to Help

    Contact a Well-Being@Work team member for additional support in bringing well-being to your workplace: