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Change the way you deal with everyday stress

Pivot Flex is a behavioral change solution created to tackle burnout, anxiety, and stress. Members gain the tools they need to become more resilient in the face of obstacles.

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Pivot Flex is comprised of three pillars of behavioral change

Starting with individuals who want to make a change in their lives for the better, Pivot Flex successfully combines board-certified health coaches, lessons, relatable and relevant challenges, as well as daily trackers. Combined, these pillars empower individuals to understand where they’re at, helping members succeed in becoming their most resilient selves.

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The Flex Assessment

The opening assessment that members take to gauge their current levels of stress, resilience, burnout, and anxiety. Questions are adapted from validated surveys and aim to add new perspective beyond, “an individual is stressed.”

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Board-Certified Health Coach

Members receive expert support in the form of a dedicated coach, equipped to help them cope with the ebbs and flows of everyday stress.

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Tools and Challenges

Creating new habits takes time, practice, patience, and support. Pivot’s behavior change platform has been developed with various challenges and tools that empower individuals to practice and test out new techniques. Over time, these new techniques turn into new healthy habits.

Pivot Flex is for everyone

Pivot Flex is a stress and resilience solution that will provide insights into stress's everyday impact. Combined with actionable lessons and strategies, Pivot Flex helps solidify and further organization-wide resilience.

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Burnout

The state of physical and emotional exhaustion that also involves a sense of reduced accomplishment and loss of personal identity.

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Great Resignation

An ongoing economic trend in which employees have voluntarily resigned from their jobs in staggering numbers, beginning in early 2021.

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Quiet Quitting

This refers to doing the absolute minimum requirements of someone's job and putting in no more time, effort, or enthusiasm than absolutely necessary.

3 in 5

3 in 5 employees reported negative impacts of work-related stress: lack of interest, motivation, or energy and lack of effort at work

$190 billion

$190 billion additional healthcare costs per year due to work-related stress

1 in 6

 1 in 6 employees have quit a job over workplace stress

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Meet Pivot Flex

Pivot Flex is a trusted and proven partner in real, long-lasting behavioral change, providing individuals with the tools and support needed to respond to the expected and unexpected in a positive and healthy way.

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