Workplaces of the Future: An Ideation Session
2021 Midwest Health Promotion Conference
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CEO and Founder, Advancing Wellness
The workplace today has evolved rapidly. Today the lines between work and life are incredibly blurred. Join this ideation session to be a futurist and design a workplace of the future – beyond COVID-19! How do we take advantage of the disruption created by COVID-19 and create a worksite vision that has wellbeing as a foundational element? This session will review how the role of human capital management, technology and social trends impact the workforce of the future. The world of change opens the door to implementing new ideas!
Senior Vice President, Aon Health Solutions
Director of Health, Benefits & Community, Deluxe Corporation
At Deluxe, with new leadership came a new direction. A new organizational vision created the opportunity to redefine Wellbeing and align it with the culture they wanted to create. This people centric approach included a performance strategy that was embedded into the culture. They did this by focusing on what was “right” for them. This session will include the leadership engagement process, how internal departments were brought together to establish buy-in and support, and the barriers that need to be solved.
Chief Inclusion Officer, Interaction Traction
Embracing cultural and social identities like nationality, race, equity gender and sexual orientation is not only good for individual self-esteem and wellbeing – it’s good for the bottom line. In fact, a McKinsey & Company study concludes that diverse businesses deliver 35% better results than non-diverse businesses. However, despite the benefits of diversity, we are still divided. Recent events including COVID-19, the murders of George Floyd and others, and worldwide protests have brought into sharp relief systemic racism, fear, despair and helplessness that disenfranchises whole segments of society and places barriers in the path of well-being at home and at work. We are hosting an open conversation to facilitate critical dialogue and put our values into action. Diversity, inclusion and belonging expert, Joelle Allen, will discuss recent events and just as importantly, where we go from here.
Chief Commercial Officer, Ginger
The Tango requires nimbleness, improvisation and quick reactions based on a leader and follower — COVID is leading; society is scrambling to follow. The quick decisions and ever-changing pace has tugged at everyone’s mental and emotional wellbeing. Employers have a responsibility to ensure workers feel safe, secure, and supported, whether they are at work or remote. How can corporate wellness take the lead in addressing the rising mental health issues resulting from the pandemic? Join us in a fireside chat and participate through Q&As!
Founder & CEO, Message of Hope Foundation
Executive Director, Message of Hope Foundation
The message of the Happy Hope Foundation inspires hope and resiliency in thousands of hospitalized children delivering a boost of happiness when it's often needed most. CEO Emi Burke will share how she found new purpose while facing her young son's devastating diagnosis and connected with Executive Director, Wendy Webster, to harness this passion and realize a childhood dream.
Emi found herself in a hospital setting as a parent of a critically ill child. She was struck by how so many hospitalized children were sitting alone, devoid of hope and happiness. It was here she found her calling to harness the power of good. “I never imagined my purpose would be fulfilled through the gift of my profoundly disabled son.” Burke and Webster will share how there's opportunity to be found even when the world is in the midst of a pandemic.
The annual Midwest Health Promotion Conference hosts professionals, students and volunteers responsible for employee health to network, share ideas and discover solutions to today’s challenges. Here you’ll have access to a large gathering of your peers. People who you can relate to, learn from, and actively contribute to the best thinking in worksite health promotion.
This day-long conference attracts large and small businesses, municipalities, brokerages, government offices, schools, hospitals and health care organizations. Participants tend to be those responsible for employee health and include human resources personnel, health educators, wellness managers, exercise physiologists, dietitians, safety professionals, benefits consultants, occupational health nurses, personal trainers and wellness committee volunteers.
If you have any questions regarding the Conference, please call us at 763-287-0740 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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— Melissa D, Cigna
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