Educate. Inspire. Take Action.
Wellbeing Think Tank offers three distinct types of events:
Educational Series: These sessions are focused on providing our audience with not just education around best practices in employee wellbeing, but provide them with actionable steps they can take in their organizations wellbeing journey.
WTT Connected: These events are held as virtual meetings and offer lots of interactivity through breakout rooms. Designed for workplace wellness professionals we share research, resources and provide a community of support.
BeWell Events: These sessions are designed to offer experiential wellness activities, especially for HR and wellness professionals, to prioritize their own wellbeing. These events combine education and practice that leave the audience feeling restored.
Register for an upcoming event!
Q4 BeWell event: Eating More Plants During the Holidays (and every day) Thursday, December 14th, 12pm PT/3pm ET. Register here.
4th Annual Wellbeing Think Tank Summit – Wellness When You’re Overwhelmed. January 18th, 8am – 11:30am PT. Learn more here.
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2024 Virtual Event Series
We host events on the 3rd Thursday of every month. Events rotate monthly, here is our schedule for 2024:
4th Annual Wellbeing Think Tank Summit. Wellness When You’re Overwhelmed. January 18th, 2024. 8am – 11:30am PT. Learn more here.
Educational Intensives – 11:45am – 1pm PT
April 18th, July 18th, October 17th
WTT Connected – 1pm – 2pm PT
February 15th, May 16th, August 15th, November 21st
BeWell Series – 12pm – 12:45pm PT
March 21st, June 20th, September 19th, December 19th.
We explore a variety of topics every year that relate to individual and organizational wellbeing. You can watch select recordings of our educational sessions on our Vimeo channel. Previous topics have included:
- Addressing Financial Wellbeing Across the Intergenerational Workforce.
- Cultivating Mental Health in Challenging Times.
- Breaking the Silence of Addiction in the Workplace.
- How Workplaces can Support Parents and what that Means for Working Women.
- Experiences and Challenges of the Black Community in the Workplace.