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Health & Well-Being Strategy for Workplace Leaders
February 1-3, 2017
Haas Business School
This conference will help employers set their employee health and well-being strategy based on the latest science and on wisdom learned from the best practices.
This conference will help employers set their employee health and well-being strategy based on the latest science and on wisdom learned from the best practices. Unlike other conferences, this program covers nearly all relevant areas of knowledge that are critical to fully understanding how employee health and well-being is affected by the built environment, organizational policies and processes, workspace design, technology, and culture. Moreover, this program dives deep into what employers can do to promote employee health and well-being strategically and operationally while achieving higher levels of employee engagement, productivity, retention, and other high-value employee outcomes.
It features nationally-recognized experts in the fields of architecture, design science, occupational health medicine, human factors, psychology, health technology, nutrition, workplace culture and leadership—including GGSC founder Dacher Keltner (pictured). These experts will provide the latest science in their fields and translate it into an integrated strategy for improving health and well-being.
Practitioners from corporate leaders in employee health and well-being will share their wisdom from their experience in this area and provide guidance to participants to augment an integrated strategy. Practical, cost-effective solutions will be offered which have been proven to promote not only health and well-being but also promote important work behaviors such as creativity, loyalty, adaptability, sustainability and engagement.
The conference will be highly interactive and designed with the feel of a “roll-up-sleeves” workshop without the hard work. Participants will leave this conference knowing the latest state-of-the-art in real approaches to improving employee health and well-being and specific guidance for how to develop an overall strategy that will achieve the health and productivity gains employers need.