Save the date!
Our next Wellbeing Summit will be held January 19th, 2023. Registration is now open! Details here.
You can view a recording of the 2022 Summit here.
Watch the 2021 Summit here.
Please join us throughout the year for virtual sessions focused on wellbeing topics that impact individual and organizational wellbeing.
3rd Annual Wellbeing Think Tank
Organizational Wellbeing Summit
Thank you to those who attended! We hope to see you at future events!
A portion of all proceeds will benefit our charity partner, Playworks Pacific NW.
Summit Kick Off
Cheat Sheet for the
Wellbeing starts from the top of any organization and is critical for long-term success, but what should leaders focus on in 2023 and beyond? In this session, Mr. Harber will review the six questions your C-Suite should be asking themselves to gain a greater impact on their human capital and the organization’s financial success. Employers, consultants, and vendors are under increasing scrutiny, including fiduciary responsibility and price transparency in managing their health plans and other employee benefits. You will learn approaches and strategies that will elevate your employee health strategy to better align with organizational results.
Keynote: Let’s Get to What Matters by Addressing the Heart & Soul of Employee Wellbeing
Jessica Grossmeier, PhD, MPH
Employee wellbeing has been deeply challenged, highlighting the opportunity for employers to embrace a holistic approach to workplace wellbeing. As employers step up their efforts to address workplace culture and create a more engaging employee experience in a competitive market for talent, the time is right to revisit wellbeing strategies and programs with an eye to future workforce needs and desires. This session presents a new framework for employee wellbeing that is grounded in research and will help you develop and implement a best practice approach to workplace wellbeing. Dr. Grossmeier will share practical strategies and real-world case studies to help your wellbeing efforts address key drivers of employee wellbeing, engagement, and performance.
Enjoy a bit of intentional movement or refill your coffee.
Radical New Approaches to Physical Activity in the Workplace
Michael Hosking, PhD.
Tom Richards, JD.
According to the 2018 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, 2nd edition, adults need at least 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity activity plus two days per week of moderate-to high-intensity muscle strengthening activity. Too few Americans get the recommended amount of physical activity, and the impacts of Covid-19 have compounded the crisis of inactivity. While many workplace wellbeing programs may have a physical activity component, radical new approaches are needed as efforts to date still have not made the impact that is needed. In this panel discussion we’ll chat with experts to learn about how organizations can shift their approaches to physical activity to drive results.
Summit Wrap Up
Raffle prizes and more!