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Janice Litvin

Workplace Wellness Speaker and Author


JANICE LITVIN is on a mission to help leaders and teams banish burnout in their organizations so their employees can come to work healthy, happy and ready to work. She is a certified virtual presenter and SHRM recertification provider who teaches that replacing your employees is much more expensive and time-consuming than helping them be well.


She draws on over 20 years in the human resources field, 10 years in the IT industry, studies in psychology, and experience changing her own behavior in response to stress using cognitive behavior therapy.


Litvin coaches leaders on keeping teams happy and productive through her unique wellness strategies. Through keynotes, workshops, and accountability groups, she provides simple, easy-to-implement techniques to manage stress to prevent burnout, engage in wellness, and fall in love with fitness. The result: lasting behavior change.


Poised to help others through the COVID-19 pandemic, Litvin pulls from the impact the 2008 recession had on her own life. Finding herself in a situation where she had to find something to do, she lost weight and became a Zumba Fitness instructor – and today leads Zoom Zumba Fitness. She is also certified in Group Fitness from AFAA (Aerobics & Fitness Assoc. of America), and has coached people on healthy eating as a Weight Watchers leader. Proclaiming she is always growing and changing, Litvin brings a positive, optimistic perspective to mental and physical health, and reminds audiences that stressors happen, but you are in control of your mental health.

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