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Southlake Wellness Business Honored for Exceptional Leadership Development Program

May 12, 2015 12:10PM ● By Kevin
Executive Medicine of Texas was recently recognized for its efforts in improving the health of busy leaders, according to a press release issued at the end of April. 

Distinguished recipients of the Leadership 500 Awards for 2015 were named for outstanding achievements in leadership development and programs at the LEAD2015 forum held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Dallas, Texas. Executive Medicine of Texas took third place in the small company category for its 
Path to Wellness program, a leadership motivation program that encourages better health through targeted educational workshops.

“Healthy companies begin with healthy leadership. We have found that corporate leaders have a tremendous influence on their staff. If we can keep them focused on better choices, those good choices trickle down,” explains Dr. Mark Anderson. “Some companies extend this corporate wellness training program beyond the leadership team and include all the employees. This has been a great way to improve health and enhance overall morale. Healthy people tend to be happier people.”

This year’s award recipients were selected based on both an application or nomination process, reviewed by’s expert leadership panel, as well as feedback from the program’s participants. The voting was promoted by the nominees as well as through social media campaigns over the course of the nomination period.

About Executive Medicine of Texas 

Executive Medicine of Texas is a leader in preventative and proactive health. Located in Southlake, Texas, they work with companies from around the globe on corporate wellness training for their leadership. Their executive physical exams and corporate wellness programs help companies of all sizes improve their health, which can also increase the company’s bottom line. Founding partners Drs. Mark Anderson and Walter Gaman aside from their busy practice, co-host the nationally syndicated Staying Young Radio Show.

Dr. Mark Anderson talks about Executive Medicine of Texas