Karla Chin

Chief Wellbeing Officer

Karla Chin

It's gonna be great!

In September of 2014, Karla Chin joined the Exude team as Chief Wellbeing Officer.

Karla leverages 15 years of professional experience, training and expertise to help organizations implement strategies and offer deliverables focused on a “whole employee” and integrative approach to well-being.

Karla started her career in the benefits industry. Her exposure to increasing occurrences of health insurance claims and critical illnesses caused her to discover her passion for wellness and desire to help improve the well-being of individuals.

Karla left the benefits industry in 2007 to launch her own wellness consulting & coaching business. She developed a thriving practice that allowed her to gain valuable experience from working with a diverse group of clients with a variety of health & lifestyle challenges.  Karla has designed and implemented a wellness training program that focuses on resilience and self-leadership. This program, give employees the skills and training to become effective self-leaders. She’s been featured on CBS News as a health & lifestyle expert, presented in front of 5,000+ individuals at globally attended conferences, and has had the opportunity to deliver her coaching services and workplace well-being services to clients from all over North America.

Certifications & training include: Certified Holistic Health Practitioner, Certified Professional Coach, Certified Birkman Method Consultant, Certified Lifestyle Educator, Certified Energy Leadership Master Practitioner, Eating Psychology Practitioner, and Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner.

Memberships include: American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP), International Coach Federation (ICF), Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) Faculty Status.


Posts by Karla

Mental Health Toolkit

Karla Chin / September 19, 2022

Five Benefits of Leadership Wellbeing Coaching

Karla Chin / May 11, 2022

Essential Employee Mental Health Solutions to Combat the Great Resignation

Karla Chin / November 17, 2021

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Mental Health Lessons Learned from the 2021 Olympics

Karla Chin / August 4, 2021

Mental Health in the Workplace: What Can Leaders Do?

Karla Chin / May 21, 2021

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5 Ways to Reduce Mental Health Stigma

Karla Chin / May 4, 2021

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The Glorification of Busy

Karla Chin / March 10, 2021

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Supporting Working Mothers During the Pandemic

Karla Chin / March 5, 2021

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Fostering Inclusion in 2021

Karla Chin / February 5, 2021

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How to Support Your Team’s Mental Health 

Karla Chin / January 13, 2021

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4 Tips for Managing Mental Health This Holiday Season

Karla Chin / December 11, 2020

How to Handle Election Anxiety

Karla Chin / November 6, 2020

Keeping Political Discussion Civil at Work    

Karla Chin / October 9, 2020

Recognizing and Preventing Employee Burnout  

Karla Chin / September 10, 2020

Managing Work-Related Stress During a Pandemic

Karla Chin / August 6, 2020

Powerful Self-Care Morning Ritual

Karla Chin / June 29, 2018

5 Minute Mood Boosters

Karla Chin / June 13, 2018

The Science of Why Smartphones Before Bed Is Harmful to Your Health

Karla Chin / April 11, 2018

Knowing Your “Tendency” Can Help You Accomplish Your 2018 Goals

Karla Chin / March 7, 2018

6 Scientifically Proven Ways to Have a Better Day

Karla Chin / October 25, 2017

A Valuable Lesson for a Happier Life

Karla Chin / May 30, 2017

Your Perception IS Your Reality

Karla Chin / December 10, 2016

Mental Exercise for Finding More Joy

Karla Chin / December 4, 2016

Developing Employee Resilience: A Win-Win Organizational Strategy

Karla Chin / October 23, 2016

Not Your Typical Meditation Practice: 3 Practical Steps to Live Presently Now

Karla Chin / September 11, 2016